People often ask, "What can I do with a degree in Fine Arts?", when in fact the question should be “What can’t I do?” Apart from the deep, broadly-based general creative education that you will receive at Concordia, there are many transferable skills that can be applied to a wide variety of jobs. All areas of study within Fine Arts develop analytical, interpretive and communication skills which are attractive to potential employers. Your options are as wide and varied as your interests and talents.
Consult out CAPS (Career and Placement Services) website for details on the many skills and job opportunities that a degree in Fine Arts can offer.
Where Are They Now?
Perhaps the best indicators of our success are the accomplishments of our grads. Here are a few notable alumni:
- Constant Albertson, Art Education: Ceramic sculptor, professor University of Maine
- Emily Falvey, Art History: Curator Contemporary Art, Ottawa Art Gallery
- Pierre Paul Savoie, Contemporary Dance: Founder PPS Danse, choreographer Gemini Awards gala
- Muriel Gold, Creative Arts Therapies: Order of Canada, producer/director, educator, author
- Peter Crnokrak, Design and Computation Arts: award winning designer, featured in the book 100@360: Top 100 New Designers in the World
- Plants & Animals, Electroacoustic studies: Juno-nominated trio
- Yung Chang, MHSoC: Director Up the Yangtze,voted one of the Toronto International Film Festival’s “10 Best Canadian films"
- Michel de Broin, Studio Arts: 2007 winner of the $50,000 Sobey prize, Canada's premier contemporary art award
- Christine Jones, Theatre: 2010 Tony award recipient for set design in the Broadway hit American Idiot
- Richard Reed Parry and Sarah Neufeld, Music: 2011 Grammy award winners for their Arcade Fire album The Suburbs
Click here to read the profiles of our Fine Arts alumni. Visit the Alumni Relations website for more alumni news and events.