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Charles Rennie Mackintosh, The Wassail, 1900

The Department of Art History offers a number of unique resources for faculty and students alike to conduct research or showcase new work.

View from the Grey Nuns Reading Room, Concordia University

Student spaces

There are a number of spaces where art history students can go to read, study and research in quiet.

Art History graduate student lounge
Exhibition view of Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future at the Guggenheim Museum, 2019

Art History Grad Lounge

Located in the Department of Art History, the Grad Lounge is a space for MA and PhD students to convene, study and take a break. The space is equipped with couches, a round table and chairs, bookshelves with alumni theses, computers and a kitchenette. To obtain a key, please contact the Department Assistant.

Location: EV 3.702 (Engineering and Visual Arts complex, third floor, room 702).

See also: FB 630 for more graduate student workspaces
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