Emily Carr University’s Time Light and Sound Series presents visiting artists, lectures, panels, screenings and performances in relation to dynamic media. The University’s Dynamic Media Bachelor of Media Arts programs include Animation, Film Media Screen Arts, and New Media + Sound Arts areas of study and practice. These events are scheduled throughout the school year, and are open to the Emily Carr community and the public.


2018 Fall Season

© Dax Norman, Sea of Eyes

Thursday, Oct 25 – Friday, Nov 2, 2018; opening TBA

RBC Media Gallery, Emily Carr campus

An all ECU-wide exhibition, creating immersion into the world of the audio-visual loop.



 Ink + Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation

Jame M. Baer, animator
Mindy Johnson, author


Tuesday, Nov 13, 2018

7p – 9p, Presentation and talk, Q+A

Book signing to follow

Reliance Theatre, Emily Carr campus


Mindy Johnson, author and animation historian, and Jane Baer, award-winning Disney animator.

Johnson’s research examines the unsung women artists whose contributions defined the legendary animated classics of our time. Mindy’s landmark volume, Ink & Paint lifts the lid on the never-before-explored world of hand-rendered artistry of Ink & Paint and tracks women’s advancement into virtually every discipline of animation, forever changing what we thought we knew about animation and cinematic history.

Presented in partnership with Women in Animation Vancouver and the ECU Career Services and Professional Development Office


Alison Snowden and David Fine, animation filmmakers
David Fine and Alison Snowden, NFB filmmakers

Mid-November, date announced soon! Stay tuned.

Reliance Theatre, Emily Carr campus

Join us for a screening of Animal Behaviour and talk with Vancouver’s own David Fine and Alison Snowden.

David Fine and Alison Snowden are award-winning animation filmmakers who have collaborated on numerous shorts in partnership with the National Film Board, and created the cartoon series “Rickey Sprocket” with DHX Media in Vancouver BC. Their creative storytelling and animation has earned them an Oscar (Bob’s Birthday) and three Oscar nominations.

Animal Behaviour included Emily Carr Animation students assisting in the production.

visit the filmmaker’s website