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April 2021

Groundbreaking exhibition celebrates past, present and future Inuit art

Co-curated by Concordia’s Heather Igloliorte, INUA opens virtually at Winnipeg’s new Qaumajuq centre.

Brittney Canda, BFA 17, wins U.K. Music Video Award for best choreography

Her work is also nominated for Music Video of the Year at this year’s Juno Awards.

Film shortlisted for Oscar nomination has Concordia connection

Night of the Kings was co-produced by alumnus Yanick Létourneau’s Peripheria production company

Meet the grad bringing mentorship to the arts

Mentorly co-founder Katherine Macnaughton, BA 07, connects creative and business worlds.

Family ties to Concordia inspire $20,000 gift in support of Stingers hockey

Mike Devereux, BA 04: ‘Concordia was the place where I grew up.’

Concordia Library unveils its anti-racism virtual exhibition series

Take a Moment for Representation: ‘An occasion to explore how images and texts have a role to play in the fight for a more inclusive and just society.’

What does it mean to decolonize a gallery?

May 18: Join us for a conversation with Heather Igloliorte, Associate Professor in Art History and Eunice Bélidor, BFA 12, the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Curator of Quebec and Canadian Contemporary Art (1945 to Today), at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

6 women in executive positions at Concordia share their journeys

WATCH: This Women & Leadership webinar explores the dangers of the “glass cliff”, the importance of networking, challenges encountered by Indigenous women in executive positions, strategies to overcome gender bias, and the difference between a mentor and a sponsor.


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