Nettie Wild
Nettie Wild is one of Canada’s leading documentary filmmakers. Her highly charged and critically acclaimed films have brought her audiences behind the frontlines and headlines of revolutions and social change around the world. Nettie is best known for her award winning documentary features: KONELINE: our land beautiful (2016); FIX: The […]

Time, Light & Sound Series: Nettie Wild

KONELĪNE: our land beautiful is a sensual, cinematic celebration of northwestern British Columbia, and all the dreamers who move across it. Some hunt on the land. Some mine it. They all love it. Set deep in the traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation, KONELĪNE captures beauty and complexity as one […]

Time, Light & Sound Series: KONELINE

Join us for a presentation on basic vegan nutrition and learn how to avoid the most common nutrient deficiencies – common to both vegans and omnivores. Dr. Jasmine Hall will show you how to meet your nutrient and caloric requirements on a gluten-free, whole foods, plant-based diet. As well, private […]

Vegan Congress Presents: Powered by Plants

The drop off days, if you or your friends are interested, will be on the following days from 10AM to 4PM at B2190: Monday, March 4 Tuesday, March 5 Wednesday, March 6 Thursday, March 7 Friday, March 8 Monday, March 11 The items that WILL be accepted are clean and […]

Clothing Swap

Masterclass Lecture Series
Join us over the Fall 2018 + Spring 2019 semesters for a Masterclass lecture series with Sam Carter: Look and Visual Language – Canadian Design Stories Masterclass 4: Over 95 Years-Emily Carr University + Art and Design – A Curation of Canadian Design History from the ECUAD-Archival Collection of Sam […]

Masterclass Lecture Series: Sam Carter

The principle of “Respect for Persons” implies that individuals who participate in research should do so voluntarily, understanding the purpose of the research, and its risks and potential benefits, as fully as reasonably possible. (TCPS2, 2014) When researchers compose an informed consent form, or anticipate how a consent request will […]

Research Conversations: Designing Consent

Kiran Bhumber is a media artist, composer, musician and educator based in Vancouver, Canada. Kiran constructs interactive installations and performance systems that allow performers and audiences to engage with themes relating to cultural memory, embodiment and nostalgia. She has performed and presented her works throughout North America, Asia, Europe and […]

Time, Light & Sound Series: Kiran Bhumber & Nancy Lee

Three local artists will discuss the role of library and archives research processes in their creative practice to contextualize the relationship between information seeking and making art. The panelists are Alison Bosley, Carlos Colin and Heather Kai Smith. Alison Bosley is an artist originally from Eaglesham, Alberta currently studying and […]

Library Research and Creative Practice Panel Discussion

Join us for a week of workshops and activities focused on wellness, joy and compassion! The Wellness Commons will take place in the East Concourse Gallery + Oasis Student Wellness Lounge from March 4-8! Including daily breakfast, chair massages, mindfulness meditation, undesk-yourself workshops, and more! Check out the posters below […]

Wellness Commons

Flavourcel Collective
Flavourcel Collective is a Vancouver-based animation group formed with the aim to uplift its members and the communities it belongs to. Flavourcel is comprised of local talented animation artists brought together by their enthusiasm for the fun, the weird, but most of all for the art of animation. The Collective […]

Time, Light & Sound Series: Flavourcel Collective