Emily Carr

Dispute between students escalates to stabbing at Emily Carr University: police

Man is in custody after an ongoing feud between two students escalated into a stabbing incident at Emily Carr.
‘No Harassment Zone’ on transit via survey

Emily Carr students designing ‘No Harassment Zone’ on transit

Emily Carr students seek participants for an anonymous online survey that is intended to assist the researchers in gaining an understanding.

Emily Carr Continuing Studies takes drawing outdoors this summer

This Summer Continuing Studies has some great new ways for you to spend your time. Offering exciting events and exhibitions, we’re also introducing new outdoor courses that include a drawing...

"Don't count on Bill Gates for innovation," and more from Douglas Coupland: live blog

Acclaimed international writer and thinker Douglas Coupland talks about Vancouver's livability, multiculturalism, and the new Oscar-nominated animated film by Emily Carr.

FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery

A titillation of the senses; it’s a simple phrase that sums up FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery with this month's FUSE being no exception.

Enbridge, broken homes, Emily Carr and Frida Kahlo:Canadian films to watch at the VIFF

There's plenty of Canadian content to watch for at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival. A documentary that exposes the dangers of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project, a film that...

Judged in the court of Facebook

Move aside, VPD: Facebook is not just a helper in bringing Vancouver rioters to justice, but is becoming a virtual courtroom as well. Since the Stanley Cup riot, numerous pages such as Facebook riot...

Weekend movie reviews

Disney finds the cute and downplays the harsh in the new wildlife documentary African Cats. (read more)

Curating continuing studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Sadira Rodrigues is the Director of Continuing Studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. She is an art historian and curator with a masters degree from UBC. Sadira started her career at the...

Vancouver International Film Festival picks for day 14: Wednesday

My VIFF picks for Wednesday start once again with Canadian films, two very good ones that couldn't be any more different (read more)