At Concordia, we study, research and experience art across every artistic discipline. Discover the exciting cultural events we create, curate and host.
Max Stern Restitution Project
Diniacopoulos Family Antiquities Collection
At Concordia's Faculty of Fine Arts, we study, make, curate and exhibit contemporary art across all artistic disciplines. As one of Canada's largest fine arts faculties, our students have many opportunities to meet people from diverse backgrounds and explore new perspectives.
Our academic research pushes the boundaries of scholarly thought. We have arts-based research centres that focus on technology, media, creativity and human development. We are also a workshop for Montreal's cultural industries, with faculty who are active arts professionals, connecting us to the world.
Hexagram-Concordia fosters high-level work in a broad range of interdisciplinary domains relating to new media art, design and technology.
Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG) is an interdisciplinary centre for research/creation in game studies and design, digital culture and interactive art.
Open your eyes — and your mind.
Concordia is a vital centre for the arts in Montreal. Find out how to take in the many talks, debates, exhibits, concerts and film screenings we host all year round.
Tour our galleries, theatres and cinemas, and view creative works by faculty, students and visiting artists.
Concordia's four art galleries are: Leonard & Bina Ellen, FOFA, The Communication Studies Media Gallery and Mobile Media Gallery, VAV and the MFA Gallery.
Concordia boasts one of the most diverse collections of public art of any university in Canada.
The project is aimed at recovering Nazi-looted paintings and returning them to the estate of Max Stern, the late German-Canadian art dealer of Jewish heritage.
Our new exhibition series on Guy Street spotlights Quartier Concordia and its environs.
Our spaces draw the attention of the local arts community and artists worldwide and create greater visibility for our students, who are gaining the skills to thrive in Quebec's vibrant and innovative performing arts culture.
One of the faculty's principal performing arts venues, named for the late, Montreal jazz pianist.
A fully equipped, 387-seat proscenium theatre downtown Montreal.
Our other venues, located on both campuses include the J.A. de Sève Cinema, F.C. Smith Auditorium and the Cazalet theatre.
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