Fine Arts faculty describe impact of new $2-million gift from video game studio Behaviour Interactive
Campaign for Concordia support to fund new research chair, provide assistance to students
Discover how Montreal’s Behaviour Interactive has impacted the Department of Design and Computation Arts at the Faculty of Fine Arts with a major gift of $2 million to the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen Now.
The generous donation from Canada’s largest independent video game studio will help fund a new research chair in game design and encourage both undergraduate and graduate students with much-needed financial assistance.
Featured in this video are three associate professors of design and computation arts:
- Pippin Barr, associate director, Technoculture, Art and Games Research Centre and undergraduate program director, Computation Arts
- Rilla Khaled, director, Technoculture, Art and Games Research Centre lab
- Jonathan Lessard, primary investigator, LabLabLab