SEPT. 14: Queer Homecoming
This year’s Queer Homecoming event features a conversation between acclaimed artist JJ Levine and Richard Burnett, BA 88.
Levine is an images-based artist whose work has been exhibited at museums, galleries and art festivals across Canada, the United States, Mexico and Europe. His most recent exhibition, Queer Photographs, is currently running at Montreal’s McCord Museum until September 18.
The September 14 talk will focus on Levine’s creative process, as well as his use of large-format photography.
“JJ Levine’s practice balances a radical queer agenda with a strong formal aesthetic,” says Burnett. “His art is about queer community and chosen family. JJ’s work is brilliant, and I think he is on the cusp of art-world stardom.”
Annual general meeting
The Concordia University Alumni Association (CUAA) is hosting its Annual General Meeting on September 14. Following the meeting, the CUAA will welcome its newly elected directors and fellow alumni at a reception.
Participants can submit their questions to the CUAA’s board of directors in advance by emailing email@example.com.
Executive MBA 35th anniversary
Two years after the John Molson School of Business marked the 35th anniversary of its Executive MBA (EMBA) program, the school is set to commemorate the occasion, which had been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Concordia President Graham Carr, Anne-Marie Croteau, BSc 86, dean of the John Molson School of Business, and Rahul Ravi, director of the EMBA program, will join alumni, friends, faculty and staff to toast the many accomplishments of Quebec’s first EMBA program.