Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
1399 Johnston St.
(T) +(1) 604 844-3800
(F) +(1) 604 844-3801
General Email: email@example.com
Web Address: http://www.eciad.ca
Main Program Contact:
(T) +(1) (604) 844-3800
BA/BS/BFA, Other: Bachelor of Media Arts
Character Animation, Experimental Animation, Computer Animation/Digital Art, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Multimedia/Games, Web Graphics/Design, Web Animation, Animation History/Theory, Workshops, Distance Learning, Vocational Training
Public or Private Institution:
Number of Students:
Number of Foreign Students:
Teacher / Student Ratio:
18 students to 1 instructor
Year Program First Started:
Fees / Tuition Information:
Full time programs Domestic tuition: CDN $2976.00 2 semesters (36 credits) International Tuition: CDN $9808.00 2 semesters (all programs) Part-time Programs Domestic tuition: CDN $250.00 per 3 credit course International Tuition:CDN $990.00 per 3 credit course
Financial Aid Information:
The Institute awards 5 entrance scholarships to students entering Foundation year based on their academic and artistic merit. 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students may apply for competitive merit based academic scholarships throughout the duration of their studies.
All applicants to Emily Carr Institute, whether for full-time or part-time studies, must submit a portfolio as part of the admission process.
The portfolio represents the state of your creative development. It demonstrates your achievement, potential, and commitment to studio art, media, and design. When preparing your portfolio for Emily Carr Institute, give special attention to the guidelines.
For more information: http://www.eciad.ca/eciad/admissions/index.html.
Facilities / Equipment:
Animation desks with disks DPS Perception Video Recorders (PVR) DPS Velocity Video Recorder Sound production stations Pentium PC
The Animation program at ECIAD focuses on a student
Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design is a learning community devoted to excellence and innovation in visual arts, media arts and design. The Animation curriculum focuses on a student's development as an innovative, well-rounded animation artist working with film, electronic, and digital media as well as traditional studio arts.
Leslie Bishko Associate Professor, Animation B.F.A. (Hons. Animation), U. of the Arts, Philadelphia M.A. (Art Education/Computer Animation), Ohio State U. Cert. Laban Movement Studies, U. of Utah
Marilyn CherenkoAssociate Professor, Animation Arts. B.A., University of Victoria Diploma with Honours, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
Martin Rose Associate Professor, Animation Diploma, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
Dennis Burke Associate Professor, Sound B.A., Simon Fraser University M.F.A., Simon Fraser University
Ken Wallace Associate Professor, Visual Arts Diploma, Vancouver School of Art Diploma, Banff School of Fine Arts Diploma, Alberta Institute of Art
Since the first graduating class in 1929, alumni of the Vancouver School of Art and the Emily Carr Institute have been making outstanding contributions to the cultural life of the city, province, and country. Major Canadian painters, sculptors, film-makers, potters, photographers, architects and designers began their careers in the Institute's studios.
Please see: http://www.eciad.bc.ca/eciad/alumni/index.html
Career Placement Information:
Students and alumni who are looking for work can attend workshops and individual appointments with an employment specialist. Focus is on connecting Emily Carr students and graduates with employers in the cultural sector and elsewhere. Career services provides students with cutting edge work search tools, and continually builds strong links with local and international employers. Students in the animation program make industry contacts through professional practice courses in 3rd and 4th year.
For more information, see http://www.eciad.bc.ca/eciad/services/index.html.
Last Edited: Monday February 24, 2003