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Concordia’s Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex (EV) is a focal point for the university’s downtown campus, providing space for first-rate facilities and equipment for traditional media and digital technologies. The building’s massive 6,000 sq. ft. mural was designed by former Concordia student Nicolas Baier in association with Cabinet Braun-Braën.

Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts is unique in Canada, offering an unparalleled range of programs in the visual, performing, cinematic, design and digital arts.

More than 3,700 students are enrolled in 58 undergraduate and graduate programs in an environment that reflects the openness and diversity of contemporary culture. Committed to integrating new technologies, traditional media and historical fine arts practices, faculty members are artists, scholars and researchers who are active on the international and national stage and equally engaged in their communities.

The Faculty has nine departments and four research centres in the heart of Montreal, surrounded by museums, galleries, cinemas, theatres and concert halls.

Among the excellent facilities available to students and faculty members is the Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Complex, opened in 2005 and home of the Faculty's landmark research centre for new media and technologies, Hexagram-Concordia.

With the moves of the theatre, contemporary dance and music departments to the downtown campus in 2009 to 2010, the Faculty is achieving its goal of consolidating all its departments in Quartier Concordia.

Each year, our graduates join a large, active and thriving group of over 12,000 alumni who work, teach and create around the world. Visit our news and events page for news about faculty, alumni and students and their contribution to our cultural landscape.

View some of our videos and visit the Fine Arts Facts page to find out more about the Faculty.


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