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Research centres

The Faculty of Fine Arts has four affilated research centres. Click to visit each centre's website for more information.



The Centre for the Arts in Human Development (CAHD) is an educational, clinical and research centre serving adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs populations. The Centre provides four types of creative arts therapies: art, drama, music and dance/movement, used to promote autonomy and self-confidence, improve social skills and enhance overall quality of life for the Centre’s participants.


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The Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art seeks to foster a greater appreciation for Canadian visual culture of all eras. Established through the generous financial support of Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky, the Institute maintains a dialogue within the academic and museum communities on the evolving nature of Canadian visual arts study and supports research on Canadian art.


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The Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG) research centre is an interdisciplinary collaboration platform for research/creation in game studies and design, digital culture and interactive art. TAG brings together scholars, artists, designers, engineers and students from across faculties and disciplines. Participants are from a variety of universities, the game development industry and community based groups.



The Hexagram-Concordia Centre for Research-Creation in Media Arts and Technologies brings together 55 research members and a wide range of graduate students from Concordia’s faculties of Fine Arts, Arts and Science, and Engineering and Computer Science. Hexagram-Concordia encompasses extensive infrastructure and a diverse intellectual community engaged in internationally recognized interdisciplinary research.

Graduate study with Hexagram-Concordia researchers

If you want to pursue a Masters or Doctoral Degree with  Hexagram-Concordia researchers these are the paths currently available to you:

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