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A FEMINIST WIKIFEST! ALL WELCOME
UBC, The Vancouver Art Gallery and Emily Carr University hosts: Vancouver 2015 Art + Feminism editathon on Wikipedia! See more information at their Wikipedia page entitled Wikipedia Meetup, Vancouver, B.C. Art And Feminism 2015
Everyone is welcome to contribute all of you, being seasoned wiki people, will find this enjoyable and worthwhile!
MARSHALL FELS ELLIOTT STORYBOARDING FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28TH 4:00-5:30PM ROOM 245
Marshall Fels Elliott is a storyboard artist at Atomic Cartoons, with prior experience at DHX Media, and Nerd Corps Entertainment. He graduated from ECUAD in 2008, and his short animated film After Hours (2008) screened at numerous international film festivals. Marshall's presentation is about storyboarding within the landscape of the Vancouver Animation TV Industry. His talk will illustrate the process of transforming a script into a final storyboard, as well as illuminate the experience of working as a storyboard artist. The presentation is open to all students, especially 3rd year animation majors who are embarking on the storyboarding phase of their senior animation projects.
BIO: Marshall is a storyboard artist, writer, designer, and animator. His storyboard credits include the hit TV shows My Little Pony, Max Steel, Transformers: Rescue Bots, and Rocket Monkeys. Marshall has been making his own short films since elementary school, and over the years has screened and won at a variety of festivals. In 2010 his short film, After Hours, played at numerous film festivals across North America and Asia, including the World Expo in Shanghai and the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Specialties: Storyboarding, Writing, Design, Animation, Film Editing
Visual Arts TALKS!
Here is a list of the talks we will be hosting this semester -
All the talks will be on Tuesdays at 5:15PM in Room 410B
Tiziana La Melia - February 4th
T'ai Smith - February 18th
Neil Campbell - March 4th
Allyson Clay - March 11th
Monique Mouton and Rachelle Sawatsky in Conversation - March 25th
Macaulay Fine Art presents: Brad Phillips | The Rope at the End of the Rope
Opening reception: Thursday, January 23, 6-8 pm Exhibition: January 23 - March 1st, 2014 - 293 East 2nd Avenue
CSA Space presents: Neapolitan Elbow Aaron Carter
Opening Reception Thursday 23 January 2014, 6-9pm - 23 January 2014 through 23 February 2014 Curated by Steffanie Ling
Contemporary Art Gallery,555 Nelson Street, Vancouver
Aurelien Froment, "Frobel Frobeled January 24 to March 15, 2014 Tim Etchells, Who Knows
January 24 to June 1, 2014
OPENING: Thursday January 23, 7-10 pm
The Contemporary Art Gallery presents the first Canadian solo exhibition of French artist Aurelien Froment, comprising of an ambitious new commission.
At the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival -January 16 - February 1, 2014, Performance Works. 1218 Cartwright Street, Granville Island. 19+ Visit pushfestival.ca/clubpush for full details and a complete listing of events.
Spring 3rd Year Review Panels
From Monday, April 14 to Thursday, April 17 all Visual Arts, FVIM, ISMA, CGIA and ANIM studio classes are cancelled to accommodate faculty and student participation in the 3rd year Review Panels. '
You should bring a couple of finished works to show (or excerpts/details of finished works) you have completed in 2nd/3rd year that best represent your practice. Please also come prepared with a proposal/thoughtful direction for your grad project and a plan of action to prepare for it over the summer term. '
Students interested in pursuing their preparation in a formal way over the summer (and thereby gaining 3 credits) are encouraged to enrol in FVIM 416 Online Summer. You can see the last version of it here: http://wiki.ecuad.ca/index.php/FVIM-416-SU90-_Special_Topics_in_Integrated_Media
CANCELLED> CRITICAL REFLECTIONS, PART 4: Robert Atkins
Tuesday, January 28, 7pm in the Gallery, 4East
On the Mediascape
Traverse Muntadas’ vision of the mediascape with the artist’s long-time associate, art historian and critic Robert Atkins. Unlike art characterized by conventional notions of form or pleasure, the work in Entre/Between is the outcome of research and pedagogically oriented practices. Like the physicist who studies timeless and universal physical forces, Muntadas examines the principal force determining contemporary consciousness: the media.
Robert Atkins is a UC Berkeley-trained art historian and a former columnist for the Village Voice. He is the author of such books as ArtSpeak: A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements, and Buzzwords;... From Media to Metaphor: Art About AIDS and, most recently, Censoring Culture: Contemporary Threats to Free Expression. He has organized exhibitions at far flung venues from Sao Paulo to New York, and is a Research Associate at Carnegie Mellon’s STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. ...Learn more at: www.robertatkins.net.
Janine Marchessault 2012 TRUDEAU FELLOW. 6:00 pm, Tuesday, January 21. Emily Carr Lecture Theatre, South Building Room 301
Going Public: Art, Urbanism, and Civic Engagement in the 21st Century
Please join us for an important and provocative lecture by Janine Marchessault, Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at York University and a 2012 fellow of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.
Followed by a reception in the Charles H Scott Gallery
TALK TODAY MONDAY JANUARY 20th at noon
Jonathan Middleton is the first speaker to present in Curators on Curating a series of talks where leading curators discuss their work and the work of others. Middleton is currently Director/Curator of the Or Gallery and Or Gallery Berlin. He graduated from Emily Carr in 1998 and was Curator at the Western Front from 1999 to 2005.
Please join us for the first talk in this series on Monday, January 20th at 12pm!
January 8th 6pm.
John Kelsey, January 8th 6pm. Lasserre Building Room 104, 6333 Memorial Rd. UBC
On January 8, Kelsey will discuss a broad range of issues in contemporary artistic practice in conversation with visual art faculty member Gareth James.
Kelsey's engagement with contemporary art has taken many forms. Indeed, the list of plausible names and functions that have attached themselves to John Kelsey's practice (not to mention adjectives such as "prestigious," "critical," "influential" and so on) is a long one.