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FIFA news:

Image courtesy of The International Festival of Films on Art (Le FIFA)

Concordia co-presents an experimental lineup for 42nd Festival of Films on Art. This year’s collaboration includes new work by alumna Anne Golden as well as screenings in the J.A. DeSève Cinema. The 42nd International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) kicks off March 14 — and once again Concordia is on the bill.


St-Patrick’s Day Parade – March 17, 2024, at 12 noon, starting on the corner of Fort Street and de Maisonneuve at 12 noon - the parade will end on Jeanne-Mance & de Maisonneuve.


The 14th edition of the International Women's Day Conference, hosted by the National Congress of the Italian-Canadians (Quebec region), will be held on Sunday, March 17, 2024, Come along to our conference "Les femmes dans le cinéma" and listen to Claudia Ferri (in virtual), Francine Allaire, Marina Orsini, and Hélène Rousse who share their journeys. Free | Limited places | Reservation is required.

514-279-6357 | 

Cinema Guzzo Marché Centrale 901 Crémazie Ouest, Montréal


Reversing the trend: Women who lead in male-dominated fields. Tuesday, March 26, 2024, 12 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.

Join us in celebration of Women’s History Month for an engaging panel discussion featuring three Concordia women who are trailblazers in male-dominated fields.

Registration: Concordia University 


Amy Blackmore has been a cultural worker in the English language arts scene for at least 20 years. At 17, she was already volunteering at the Montreal Fringe Festival. Now she's the Artistic and Executive Director of that festival and the organization that presents it, Mainline Theatre. She's also recently been named as the new President of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals. All of that, plus the many other roles she takes on in dance and theatre arts organizations: Amy Blackmore is more of a cultural warrior. Her approach seems to be about being in service to the arts. And apparently the foundation starts with growing up in the United Church.



A Montreal photographer tells the story of ruleless. Do you have a ruelle or an alleyway behind your house? What makes it special? One Montreal photographer visited hundreds of alleyways around Montreal to immortalize the life and people who make them lively. It's called "Ruelles", co written by author Sara G. Ferraris, and it's out as of this week. We spoke with photographer Ariel Tarr.

The book:

Ariel’s take on food photography and more:


A must read - you will cringe, laugh, and wonder:


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