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Submissions

York Corridor Vitrines York Corridor Vitrines. Remnants of a Separation (2015), Aanchal Malhotra.
Main Space Main Space. Belle de jour III: Dialogues with Notman's Portraits of Women (2016), Marisa Portolese.
FOFA Courtyard, Image Grid & St-Catherine street Vitrine FOFA Courtyard. the parachute unfolds: follow the thread, (2016). pk langshaw.

Submitting to the Gallery

FOFA Gallery is an exhibition and research space that reflects the creative diversity, activities and interest of the Faculty of Fine Arts.The gallery is committed to supporting and profiling the research and exhibition practices of the Faculty of Fine Arts including current graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni from the Art Education, Art History, Contemporary Dance, Creative Art Therapies, Design and Computation Arts, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Music, Studio Arts, and Theatre programmes.

In addition to traditional presentation methods (solo, group, thematically based exhibitions) the FOFA Gallery is also favorable toward proposals that engage academic interests or disciplines represented in Concordia’s larger community. Applicants are also encouraged to propose interdisciplinary and media art presentations, residencies, artist projects and other practices that extend the notions of curatorial and artistic practices, and of the Gallery itself.

Application and selection process

Projects are selected for exhibition on the basis of the overall quality and innovative character of their work. Proposals for specific calls for submissions, group and solo exhibitions in visual arts, curatorial practices and the performing arts will be reviewed once per academic year, with a submission deadline of February 20. Exhibitions vary in length, but are generally between 4 and 8 weeks in duration.


General Call for Submissions
Deadline: February 20, 2018


FOFA Courtyard: Open Invitation for Cultural and Community Projects

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