Emily Carr University of Art + Design’s first year masters cohort presents “Inventory of Language,” a group exhibition offering a window into their studio explorations within the graduate program.
The public is invited to meet the artists, see the work and enjoy refreshments at the opening event on Thursday, March 29, 2012, 6-9pm in the Concourse Gallery at Emily Carr University of Art + Design at 1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island in Vancouver, BC. If you’re not able to make it to the opening night, the show runs from March 26th – April 6th, 2012, so feel free to stop by anytime.
If you have an interest in an education at an art, design and media institution, it’s crucial that you do some research on your end. By this point, some of you have already applied to a host of art, design and media schools for the fall 2012 intake and are waiting on your letters of acceptance. The next couple of months will serve as the critical point for the big decision of where you will be attending school this coming fall. During this time, it’s best to weigh out your options with each institution and draw up a list of pros and cons. I’ve compiled a decent foundation for your list, whether you’ve applied for this fall, or are currently in research mode and are considering a possible application in the future.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design offers robust and innovative Master of Applied Arts (MAA) programs in Visual Arts, Media Arts and Design. This professional, terminal degree prepares students to engage in a range of diverse and expanding sectors of culture and creative industry. Graduates from our program will be able to demonstrate significant expertise in the application of creative knowledge in their field.
Sea Inside is currently looking for artwork, music, dance and performance related projects by Emily Carr University of Art + Design students and faculty, as well as other members of the Vancouver community who are interested in participating in the Sea Inside exhibition at the Concourse Gallery February 2012.