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Studio Arts fosters a new understanding of academic research that values the distinct methodologies artists embrace in making. Faculty members conduct a broad range of research-creation, making Concordia a place of exploring potential and furthering the long tradition of artists pushing the envelope and actively shaping cultural debate on the national and international stage.

Studio Arts faculty member



Hexagram-Concordia brings together artists/researchers from Concordia University’s faculties of Fine Arts, Arts and Science, and Engineering and Computer Science, fostering high-level work in a broad range of interdisciplinary domains relating to new media art, design and technology.

Research Chairs

The following Studio Arts artist-researchers have been recognized as Concordia University Research Chairs for their research contributions to Concordia University and the wider community.

Lynn Hughes
Concordia University Research Chair in Interactive Design and Games Innovation
Lynn Hughes
Erin Manning
Concordia University Research Chair in Relational Art and Philosophy

Dr. Erin Manning

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