The Art Hives Network connects small and regenerative community arts studios together in order to build solidarity across geographic distances. Also known as "public homeplaces," these third spaces, create multiple opportunities for dialogue, skill sharing, and art making between people of differing socio-economic backgrounds, ages, cultures and abilities.
The National Centre for Dance Therapy (NCDT), a division of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, is dedicated to the promotion of dance/movement therapy. The NCDT, which combines clinical research, training and therapy, aims to improve the well-being of individuals through the benefits of dance, thereby reinforcing the utility of this art form for the community while promoting and developing Les Grands Ballets’ focus on health.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts collaborates with multiple creative arts therapy and education researchers at Concordia University. These projects run through the new Michel de la Chenelière International Atelier for Education and Art Therapy. This new space makes the museum the largest art-education facility of any art gallery in North America.
Located on Concordia's Loyola campus, the Centre is under the auspices of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies in the Faculty of Fine Arts. Unique in Canada, the Centre uses creative arts therapies to promote autonomy, improve self-confidence and social skills, and enhance overall quality of life for its participants.
The overarching goal of this project is to unearth, dismantle and prevent rape culture within universities, and ultimately in society, through evidence-based research that will inform sustainable curriculum and policy change.
Le CREGÉS réunit les mondes de la recherche, de la pratique professionnelle et de l’action citoyenne autour d’un projet commun, la gérontologie sociale.
Integrating new technologies, traditional media and historical fine arts practices, the Faculty of Fine Arts is home to artists, scholars and researchers active on the international and national stages and engaged in their local communities.
The Department of Creative Arts Therapies is commited to maintaining the integrity of therapeutic art modalities while fostering a working understanding of the principles of the allied arts in therapy.
The PERFORM Centre provides an integrated and comprehensive environment to promote healthier lives through changes in behaviour and lifestyle by offering research opportunities, education, and preventative-based programs.