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    UQAM and Concordia both have BFA and MFA in photography, and a fair number of interesting artists came out of it.
    Using film since before it was hip.


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    I went to Emily Carr College of Art & Design for their full time photography program. It's now called Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design I think. The darkrooms were very well equipped and the access was great. I could print every day until at least 2:00 a.m. or even 3:00 depending on which security guard let me stay a little longer. It might be different now.

    The Institute is located on Granville Island in Vancouver. Not really an island per se but an old industrial park that's converted to a very funky market /live theater venues /restaurants /kids market /hotel /art studios/ and art school.

    The photo school John might be referring to in Vancouver might be Focal Point.

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    Emily Carr continues to offer night school/weekend courses as well with darkroom access. The 5 week Fiber based Printing: Advanced Black & White course that I am lusting after in their current catalogue (www.eciad.ca/cs) limits you to a maximum of 9 hours per week darkroom time - 9 hours a week , 9 hours a week , if only I could get manage 9 hours a week!!

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    UCFV in Abbotsford has photography all of which is in the darkroom it is part of the Visual Arts Degree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
    I know that Sheridan College offers photography,
    Sheridan college is discontinuing film studies. Got their "catalogue" in the mail last night. This is the final year for 2 of their programs;

    Basic photography (Film) **Last Offering**
    Intermediate Photography(Film) **Last Offering**


    The digital version is still available, but no one here really cares about that I suppose.
    They are still offering a 4x5 class(film based). There are other classes but they don't make the film/digi distinction.

    Humber College (Toronto west end) and George Brown (Toronto downtown) both offer photography courses. George Brown is a little more in depth.
    Last edited by rogueish; 12-01-2006 at 05:51 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: more info and spelling

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    I am surprised Ryerson University in Toronto has not been mentioned, they offer both a four year degree and a post degree certificate in photography. The course program shows they are not getting rid of their darkrooms yet. I plan to sign up for the certificate after I get my PR certificate squared away.

    Also Ryerson is opening a museum for the Blackstar Photo endowment they recieved as a donation a few years ago.

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    The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) in Edmonton has a two year photographic technology program - with both darkroom and digital as part of the curriculum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
    I know that Sheridan College offers photography, - snip -
    Sheridan will no longer be offering traditional film photography courses after their spring semester. Here's an excerpt from their last film based course.
    Photography Fundamentals Winter 2007 - 15380

    Photography Intermediate (Film Option)

    The price is $253.00

    FINAL OFFERING
    Acquire an intensive grounding in camera and darkroom techniques. Learn to shoot photographs indoors and outdoors, process film, make enlargements, and finish prints. You are required to bring your camera equipment to the first class. Please bring a tripod if you have one. Fee includes $49 lab fee.
    Prerequisite(s): VDES70006 Basic Photography or approval of the coordinator.
    Sheridan always been a commercial based college so this doen't surprise me in the least as the commercial world is pretty much 100% digital. Too bad.

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    Annoying grammar post: any moderator willing to replace the "University's" in the title by the proper English plural "universities" ?
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