Job Opportunities can now be found under the Resources page

Call out for designer!

Greetings students!

I am the art director for a new publishing company who is looking for students to design the cover for two separate projects. One is for a Horror/Western genre magazine, the other is for a book based on an East Indian story.

We are looking to work together and develop a design aesthetic to well represent the company and allow students to become aware of our presence within the Montreal community. This is also an opportunity for the student to add to their work portfolio.

A $ honorarium will be given for each cover used.

Please send us:
A link or images/description of your current design portfolio and a brief paragraph explaining your interest in working with us to: and we will contact you with further information.

SPG Deadline Coming up!

Just a friendly reminder that the SPG deadline is coming up! You now have two weeks and one day left to apply. Get at it!


Will someone please help this man out? He makes really incredible art!!


I am a painter looking for some help to create an art installation in a gallery in Griffon Town, from October 1st to 10th. This is to assist me with painting and odd tasks related to the project.

This is not a paid gig, and is only in exchange for experience.

Ideally the candidate will be an aspiring artist looking to work within and get a view on an international art exhibition. The candidate needs to be hard working, self propelled and must absolutely have an attention to detail.

The artwork will be in the feel of urban/street art, and will be realistic renderings of people, however, I will mostly need help with faux finis and painting surrounding the installation.

My artwork is on my website, Please have a look and contact me if you feel you would be a good fit.”

Artist-run Rendez-vous 2014

The Fine Arts Office of Student Relations invites students to the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery

to chat with representatives from artist-run centres across the Montreal arts community this Wednesday October 1st at 6pm.

We welcome you to enjoy complimentary finger foods and refreshments, and to learn more about opportunities to get involved with a diverse selection of Montreal and Concordia arts organizations.


Artist-run centres in attendance will include:



La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse


Regroupement des centres d’artistes autogérés du Québec (RCAAQ)

Librairie Formats

Centre des arts actuels de Skol

Studio 303

Studio XX

Montreal, Arts Interculturels (MAI)



Concordia arts organizations will include:

FOFA Gallery

VAV Gallery

Fine Arts Reading Room (FARR)

Art Matters Festival

Fine Arts Student Alliance (FASA)


Hosted by the Office of Student Relations and the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, this event is totally free of charge and everyone is welcome.

When: Wednesday October 1, 6 to 8pm

Where: Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery,165 McConnell Library Building, ground floor, 1400 de Maisonneuve W., SGW Campus

For further information, please contact Julie Johnston at

Call Out for FASA Tote Bag Designer!

Must be either a vector illustration or an EPS file. The image area must be 11″ wide by 10″ tall. Must include the FASA logo. Deadline to apply is November 3rd. Send your image to or email for more information.

Get crackin’ at those images, ppl! ;)

Action Plans for General Meeting Tomorrow, Sept. 22nd

You can look at our actions plans here: Action Plans

September 22nd General Assembly Agenda

Below is the agenda for our General Assembly coming up on the 22nd of September. We hope to see you all there!Sept. 22nd GA Agenda

Upcoming FASA Event: Student/Faculty Gala

General Assembly Poster

Meet different Fine Art faculty members while listening to music and enjoying some wine and food!

Where: Reggie’s Terrace outside and in back of Hall Building

When: Thursday, September 18th, 2014; 6-9PM

Student/Faculty Gala Poster

Open Positions Within FASA!

If you are interested in any of these positions please email Jeremy at with a letter of intent. Or you can drop it off at the FASA office VA 025. Deadline to apply is September 21st. Each applicant must be available for an interview at 6:30 pm on September 22nd.


The principal function of the Chairperson is to ensure that the FASA By-Laws are adhered to and that all FASA BoD Meetings and Meetings of the Members are chaired in accordance with whatever procedure has been agreed upon by the members. The Chairperson shall act on behalf of Council when mandated to do so. The Chairperson’s principal responsibilities are to keep the discussions on topic, shorten or lengthen the discussions, answer bylaw questions, maintain a flow of the assemblies and to direct questions and ideas toward the chairperson so as to make sure no one talks to someone in the crowd directly in order to keep tensions low.

It is the Chairperson’s duty to attend all Council Meetings and Meetings of the Members except under extenuating circumstances. Council Meetings will take place on the second Monday of each month, if a meeting falls on a holiday, it will be moved to the following week. One asset to this position is a firm understanding of Robert’s Rules of Order.


The responsibilities of the Secretary is the recording of the minutes of the FASA Council Meetings and the Meetings of the Members, sending the minutes of the Meetings of Council to the Chairperson for distribution to all councilors. This also includes posting the minutes on the FASA website and printing these minutes for inclusion in the FASA books, which are located in the FASA office and the Fine Arts Reading Room.

The FASA Secretary shall act as Secretary at all Meetings of the Members and their responsibilities which are set out in the FASA Bylaws. Should the Secretary be absent, the Regular Members attending the meeting shall designate any person to act as Secretary for that meeting.

The principal function of a CEO is ensuring the yearly and sometimes bi-yearly elections run smoothly. Some of the responsibilities of the CEO are: to hire poll clerks, collect nomination forms, meet candidates before elections (to discuss process and rules), count ballots, etc.