Our Alumni include practicing artists, designers and educators.
Lukas Armstrong, design + consulting (LADC) is a multi-disciplinary studio, practicing design across a range of scales and building types including residential, commercial, institutional and industrial.
Tobias Atkinson is a Vancouver BC based artist and woodworker.
Rebecca Brewer’s paintings bridge figuration and abstraction in fresh, unexpected ways. She won the RBC Canadian Painting Competition, which brought her work to wider attention.
Ying-Yueh Chuang received a diploma of Fine Arts from Langara College, a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design,and a Masters degree in Ceramics from NSCAD University. She has exhibited locally and internationally and has been the recipient of many grants and awards.
Reynar has been recognized with various awards and grants for his research and work including a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Grant (SSHRC), Sustainable Concordia Grant and a John B. Aird Award for printmaking.
Jesse Garbe is an artist that is based in Vancouver in Super, Natural British Columbia. Garbe’s recent work examines our relationship with nature.
Jeremy Hatch is a Vancouver-based artist, he constructs large-scale cast porcelain sculpture and has received several research/production/travel grants.
Jeremy Hof is a multidisciplinary, Vancouver-based artist whose practice encompasses painting, drawing, sculpture and installation.
Amy-Claire is based in both Vancouver and Los Angeles, California. She is a visual artist with a diverse practice involving painting, video, projection, installation, and performance.
Steven Hubert is a Powerpoint artist from Kelowna, BC. His work in painting, sculpture, and video has been shown at CSA Space, Or Gallery, Helen Pitt Gallery, WWTWO, VIVO, Shudder Gallery, LES, and Ministry of Casual Living.
Ingrid is a designer who likes working in the land, responding to sites around the world - integrating new media & new technology - creating permanent public works, site-specific installation, intervention, ephemeral sculpture, video and permanent site-specific sculpture.
Wes Cameron and Matthew Robertson have developed a practice that includes large-scale sculptural production, curatorial projects, gallery direction and functional-object making. Invoking themes of sport, leisure, travel and adventure to humanize a conceptual approach.
With her curatorial projects, collage, book media and miniature sculptures, Jesse address themes of place, collective and personal memories, tourism, language, landscape and value with an emphasis on cultural history and identity.
Mariko Paterson is a ceramic artist from Vancouver, her extensive exhibition schedule mirrors her working travels with a show in almost as many locations.
David is a Ceramic Artist and Designer with a studio in Vancouver's Chinatown. His work explores the divinity of natural and his explorations have touched on the inherent beauty and divine perfection of the organic environment and call into question our relationship to the natural world.
Carl is a paint supervisor and a scenic artist feature on films, such as Planet of the apes-The Hidden Fortress and Pirate's of the Caribbean, and TV shows.
As part of my education at Langara I developed a strong work ethic and an interest in making art
"I look back on my years at Langara with fondness. Not only did the program provide me with a solid introduction into the process of making art, it was also a positive learning environment. The teachers at Langara are sincerely dedicated and interested in seeing the students develop and grow. As part of my education at Langara I developed a strong work ethic and an interest in making art. Through classes and workshops Langara gave me the tools and knowledge that I needed to be able to continue my education and pursue a career in the arts."