Faculty of Fine Arts

Artistic expression without limits


Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts is unique in Canada, with nine departments offering an unparalleled range of programs in the visual, performing, cinematic, design and digital arts.


Future students
Students

News

  • Critical Hit reimagines the video game

    Next generation of game designers show off their stuff at Google Montreal
    Critical Hit reimagines the video game
    Aug
    20
  • Transforming Montreal’s post-industrial landscape

    A group of Concordia researchers are consulting on plans to revitalize an abandoned Montreal building
    Transforming Montreal’s post-industrial landscape
    Aug
    11

Facilities

Performance facilities
Our concert halls and theatres showcase student productions but are also available to the public for conferences, speaking engagements, performances, festivals and more.
Performance facilities
Art galleries
Campus galleries blend art, culture and technology, and examine our artistic past.
Art galleries
Facilities and studio space
Wood-working shops, digital image archives, screening rooms and rehearsal spaces are waiting for your inspiration.
Facilities and studio space

Profiles

Liz Valdez Theatre alumna & part-time faculty member
“I learn with every class.” Liz Valdez maintains that even those of us who don’t harbour dreams of stage and screen stardom can benefit from acting classes.
Liz Valdez
Marie-Hélène Busque Art history student
First Peoples' exhibition shapes student's future. Art history co-operative education student benefits from experience at McCord Museum
Marie-Hélène Busque
Quincy Armorer Theatre alumnus
Celebrating ethnic minorities in theatre. Quincy Armorer, BFA 97, has come a long way since being a fresh-faced Concordia undergrad.
Quincy Armorer
Mark Clintberg Art history alumnus
Mark Clintberg (MA 08, PhD 13) is an art historian, artist and curator. A nominee for the 2013 Sobey Art Award, Clintberg is also interested in ephemeral artworks, public art, and multi-sensory and affective approaches to art research.
Mark Clintberg
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