FASA is committed to approving Clubs that reach out to a large number of students within the Faculty. As the majority of the FASA annual budget is allocated to Club activities, Clubs have a responsibility to be open and accessible to all Regular Members who wish to partake in Club activities. FASA will not accept Club applications that are situated within the context of a class and whose only mandate is to put on an end of year show, as this does not allow a significant proportion of our membership to get involved.
The Clubs List is currently being updated. Check back this week when the list is complete!
InARTE is an annual online, student-initiative research-creation journal that aims to promote a culture of excellence in writing and visual art in Art Education. The journal provides students with the opportunity to publish and share their work with the community.
Animate Concordia is a place to both bring news about club events and showcase all works from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema’s Film Animation Program.The animator, animation student, and animation enthusiast’s resource guide to student work, news, events, and other extra-curricular activities in relation to Concordia’s Film Animation program.
The Fibres Student Association is group of students dedicated to promoting fibre arts within Concordia & the surrounding community. We organize hands-on workshops open to the general public, a fibre-related exhibition each year that showcases student work. The FSA also strives to connect fibre artists with each other providing an opportunity to collaborate and skill share fibre techniques and knowledge.
DASA is a non-lucrative Fine Arts group which serves the interests of Concordia University’s Design students, while also educating the larger local populace about Design. DASA organizes events, acts as the Design students’ voice and aims to build a strong and active Design community which extends beyond Concordia University’s walls.
Student Print Association (SPA) is a group of Fine Arts students who share a passion for printmaking and wish to exchange with other printmakers, fine arts students, faculty, artists and collectors. In addition, SPA wishes to raise an awareness of the diversity and richness of printmaking as an art form.
Interfold Magazine is a bi-annual, student-run publication based out of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Established in September 2011, Interfold acts as an exhibition space for diverse and progressive artwork within the university. Our initiative is to connect students with the Montreal arts community and to promote arts-related events on-campus.
The Academy of Art Video Art is a student initiative from the Studio Arts’ Intermedia program aimed at promoting Fine Arts students’ video art productions. This club’s main objective is the promotion of video art made by Concordia Students outside of the University through exhibitions, installations and galas.
We are a student-run print media collective of queer, lesbian, gay, trans*, two-spirited, bisexual, asexual, intersex, questioning, and allies. We aim to create a non-hierarchical space to discuss, share ideas and create print projects together. We explore the collaborative, community-based and democratic aspects of print, but also aim to fuel members’ personal projects.
The Painting and Drawing Student Association aims to bring together, showcase and support the talent of Concordia students working in, or around, the disciplines of painting and/or drawing. Though our various events, workshops and talks are centered on these two disciplines we welcome all who are interested!
CAST, the Concordia Association of Students in Theatre, works to support and enrich the experience of students in Concordia’s Department of Theatre. We do so by planning and hosting community-building activities—from cabarets to brunches to workshops with guest artists—and by acting as a resource organization through which students can seek information, raise questions or concerns and share their experience with other members of the Concordia Theatre community.
The Concordia Ceramics Students Association is a club that aims to build community among students in the ceramics program. We offer opportunities and events where students new to ceramics can mingle with advanced students and break down the divide and are welcomed to join in. We also aim to enrich the ceramics program for students by expanding their understanding of the larger world of ceramic art beyond school. We do this by hosting artist talks and planning trips to areas of ceramic interest such as the National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts, a yearly international ceramics conference, and by organizing juried end of the year shows where students can exhibit their art in a professional manner in an off-campus gallery open to the public.