Libraries and research resources
The Faculty of Fine Arts Visual Collections Repository (VCR)
The Faculty of Fine Arts Visual Collections Repository (VCR), provides still and moving images, media services, and facilities to Concordia Faculty of Fine Arts professors, instructors, students and outside researchers. To learn more, please visit the VCR website.
For inquiries or more information, please contact Pamela Caussy, Supervisor VCR, or Charlie Ellbé, Moving Image Coordinator.
Fine Arts Reading Room
The Fine Arts Reading Room is a cornucopia of resources including a well stocked library of contemporary art-historical and theoretical books as well as a growing collection of magazines and periodicals. Situated on the second floor of the Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex (EV-2.785), it also provides a comfortable lounge area equipped with computers, a scanner, a printer and free Internet access.
Graduate student spaces
Art History Grad Lounge
Located in the Department of Art History, the Grad Lounge is a space for MA students to convene, study and take a break. The space is equipped with couches, round table and chairs, bookshelves with alumni Theses, microwave, tea kettle, desktop computers and printer. Location: EV 3.736 (Engineering and Visual Arts complex, third floor, room 736)
FB 630, Graduate student study space
Need a quiet work space? FB 630 is dedicated to Fine Arts graduate students. It has a private lounge area, a large study space, a kitchenette, a conference room, a small meeting room and a privacy booth, as well as five research labs.
Students may use the privacy booth and small meeting room on a first-come, first-served basis. The conference room is equipped with a large screen and ways to connect to your own device. You can reserve the conference room either onsite or online.
The lockers in the space are available to everyone. You just need to provide your own padlock.
Access to the FB 630 spaces is managed through the Concordia Access Card system. You must be either a Fine Arts graduate student or associated with one of the research labs.