2017 Graduating Class Exhibition ‘The Show’ All Set At ECUAD

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by Michelle Sproule | This is the very last time that the annual Degree Exhibition at Emily Carr will take place at the Granville Island Campus! Scout snuck in for a peek as the ECUAD team were putting the final touches on the show of over 300 student works. We highly recommend carving out some time to hit the Granville Island campus to take it all in for yourselves. The cumulative body of work is astounding in its breadth and sheer volume. Thankfully it’s broken up into manageable stretches so you can take everything in without feeling overwhelmed. Wander the galleries, hallways, foyers and classrooms to see contributions from graduating students who have come through ECUAD via Design, Media and Visual Arts. Official public opening goes down tomorrow (Friday, May 5) and will continue until 5pm on May 21. Take a look…

  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017
  • THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2017

May 5-21 | Emily Carr University (1400 Johnston, Granville Island) | DETAILS

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