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Online Events and Courses

Artist Project's nine-week series of online exhibitions, Screen Time, continues with a curated collection of works by a new group of artists. With the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, we’ve moved the annual Artist Project show to a nine-week series of online exhibitions, running April 1 - June 2, 2021. Every Thursday at noon, a new themed exhibition launches featuring seven artists with a daily artist feature on our social media channels. From painting and drawing, to sculpture, prints and photography, the shows will support an incredible breadth of work, all available for sale directly from the artists. During this time when we’re spending so much time at home, consider supporting an independent artist and treating yourself to a fresh perspective with an original work of art.

You know when you look at something for the first time and think you have it figured out and then look at it again and suddenly see all kinds of things you never dreamed? Yup, this exhibition is all that and more. Incredible paintings that seem simple at first glance, graphic sculptures made of film strips, some of the most complex compositions we’ve ever seen. Keep coming back to these works and they’ll give you something new every time. Includes works by: Hugo Cantin, Dominique Hamel, Miles Ingrassia, Ryan Jester, Gordon Leverton, Luc Tessier, Zach Tuinman.

Online Workshop:

Artist Project is pleased to present a workshop series focused on skill-building for artists and the art-curious. Across 3 interactive virtual evening workshops in April and May, learn firsthand from independent artists and art industry experts on a range of subjects. Creating Opportunities Beyond the Gallery (International Exhibitions, Commissions, Artist Residencies and more).

Wednesday May 12, 5:30-7PM (ET), Fee: $20


Learn Photoshop - Dawson College online:

Photoshop Beginner course for May 15th is still a go if enough people sign up.

The class is in the afternoon, from 1:30pm to 4:30pm. Registration is between May 13th and May 15th. Course Price: $66.00

This course explores basic and introductory Photoshop techniques and concepts such as drawing tools, type tool, layers, masks, remove backgrounds, create custom shapes and some effects. You will also learn how to save and export your files to be displayed on different medias, such as the web and printing.

Prerequisites: Basic computer operations

Platform: Macintosh or Windows

Software: Adobe Photoshop

Duration: 33 hours

Methodology: Lectures and demonstrations, followed by hands-on practice in a virtual computer lab.

Required Material: 2GB (or higher) Flash (USB) Drive

NOTE: Our non-credit courses are not graded. A Certificate of participation will be awarded to students who attend and participate in a minimum of 80% of the classes.


Join graduates worldwide for the first open meeting of the Concordia University Alumni Association (CUAA).

May 25, 2021, 6 – 6:45 p.m. Eastern Time

Hear Vice-President, Advancement, Paul Chesser, BA 94, GrDip 97, and Vice-President, Sustainability & Services, Michael Di Grappa, BA 84, in discussion with CUAA Director, Lesley Antoun, BEng 95. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with your alumni association and participate in a lively discussion between Concordia’s senior leaders.

REGISTER ONLINE NOW. Audience participation is encouraged! Send questions in advance to .


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