The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary Canadian and international art, produces related publications and organizes a program of artist and curator talks, public debates, concerts and film screenings. It is also home to a permanent collection that comprises nearly 1,700 works by mainly Canadian artists, created over the course of the 20th century. In 2012, the Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery celebrated its 50th anniversary.
The FOFA Gallery is an exhibition and research space that reflects the creative diversity, activities and interests of the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Located in the heart of Quartier Concordia in downtown Montreal, the gallerypresents exhibitions and art projects that represent the range of art media and artistic concerns explored by Fine Arts faculty, staff, students and alumni.
The Annual Undergraduate Students’ Exhibition and the Graduating Students’ Exhibition (open to Fine Arts graduates at any level in their completing year) are two opportunities for students to show their work at the FOFA Gallery. Students are also welcome to submit group and solo exhibition proposals for the Main Gallery, the Projection Room and the Gallery Vitrines, located in the corridor adjacent to the Gallery.
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex, EV 1-715
Sir George Williams Campus
1515 St. Catherine St. W.
The Communication Studies Media Gallery and Mobile Media Gallery hosts exhibitions and initiatives that emphasize ephemeral, itinerant, transitory events that are often location-specific and time-based.
The VAV Gallery is a student-operated, student-funded exhibition space operated primarily by and for undergraduate students. The gallery aims to showcase the excellence and diversity of visual arts produced at Concordia.
The VAV provides many artists with their introductory experience with exhibition, and thereby serves as an integral component of professional education and development in the Fine Arts. The VAV provides resources to develop individual application packages, as well as volunteer opportunities for administrative and archival tasks.
Exhibits are held from September to July. Besides the regular exhibition schedule, the VAV also hosts a variety of special events and projects throughout the year, including workshops, lectures, panel discussions and venues of the Art Matters festival and the Annual Undergraduate Show.
Visual Arts Building | VA-100
Sir George Williams Campus
1395 Boul. René Levesque W.
The MFA Gallery offers graduate students an on-campus venue for exhibitions and thesis shows. The gallery features diverse work across all media and subject areas taught in the Department of Studio Arts.
Opening hours vary, so please visit the blog for news about artists and exhibitions.