Discover a variety of artistic initiatives and media art forms from art galleries, festivals, print and broadcast media.
Browse the numerous publications, initiatives and spaces available to Concordia's creators and consumers of art.
A community art studio welcoming everyone as artists to make art and connect with others in a welcoming place.
A student-run festival that showcases the diversity of Concordia University's artistic community.
A new platform containing a wide array of programs aimed at supporting recent Fine Arts graduates.
An institute for research-creation at the intersection of fine arts, digital culture and information technology.
A student-run exhibition space supported by a Concordia Fine Arts Undergraduate student fee levy.
A gateway to research and learning activities at Concordia University, where researchers can engage the public in experiential learning.
The primary venue dedicated to showcasing the current artistic and research practices of the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Exhibitions, events, activities and publications that promote a greater awareness of art as a critical form of knowledge.
The largest and oldest student-run film festival in North America, run in collaboration with Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.
A non-profit network that screens independent political film and video that touch on themes of social justice, environmental and cultural identity issues.
Concordia University's one and only radio station, run almost entirely by volunteers.
A new arts-based transdisciplinary studio; the idea is to reveal, play with and subvert regulatory forces in order to make room for more equitable alternatives.
A student-run fine art print media collective of queer, lesbian, gay, trans, two-spirited, bisexual, asexual, intersex, questioning and allies.
A student-run library and resource centre offering access to computers, printing and loans from a collection of historical and contemporary art publications.
A student-run association showcasing the talents of undergrad Art History and Fine Arts students via an annual journal publication and conference event.
A student-run, undergraduate feminist art and art history publication that encourages feminist dialogue within the field of art.
A bilingual literary and visual arts magazine dedicated to publishing the best short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and visual art Concordia students have to offer.
A bi-annual, student-run publication that showcases the diverse and progressive artists within the university and serves as a catalogue of the local arts community.
A student-run literary magazine for Concordia's francophones and francophiles.
An independent, student-run, not-for-profit newspaper aimed at publishing stories not usually covered by mainstream media, with a focus on advocacy journalism.
A student-run newspaper that provides coverage of campus events, student politics, local news, sports, music, life, arts and opinion pieces.
Creative English magazine publishing short stories, poetry, reviews, photography, artwork and more from Concordia students, alumni and professors.
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