We welcome you to attend the 2012 Degree Exhibition at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. The annual Degree Exhibition highlights students’ creativity and innovation across design, media and visual arts in our Bachelor and Masters’ programs. We are pleased to announce two students, Sean Arden in the Graduate program and Nick Kalish in the Undergraduate program have completed Stereoscopic work which will be exhibited at the show. Please note the screening times and dates for the exhibits.
Industry professionals are welcome to attend Preview Night on Friday, May 4th from 6-9pm or the Opening Reception on Saturday, May 5th from 5pm-10pm.
The event is FREE, and no RSVP is required.
BFA Film/Video + Integrated Media
Hotbox, 2012, 18 min Short Narrative
Preview Night: May 4th, 6pm (doors open 5:30), 18 minute film followed by Q&A.
Opening Reception: May 5th, with screenings at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
Intersections Digital Studios, 2nd Floor, North Building
Hotbox is a psychological character study that explores the boundaries between film, theatre, and the mind. It is a short film that consists of one actor performing an on set monologue, captured in stereoscopic 3D.
For more information please visit http://www.synapsecinema.com/hotbox
MAA (Masters of Applied Arts)
Transference, 2012, Stereoscopic Installation
Preview Night: May 4th, 6-9pm
Opening Reception: May 5th 5-10pm Exhibiting daily until Sunday, May 20th 6:00pm
Charles H Scott Gallery, Main Floor, North Building
For more information please visit http://adventuresinstereo.tumblr.com/