May 1st – June 1st, 2024

Ifeoma U. Anyaeji, Colin Canary, Armando Cuspinera, Zahra Hosseini, Ayodele Mzilikazi, Elisabeth Perrault, Rebecca Ramsey, Andrés Salas and Nina Vroemen

Projects selected by Mojeanne Behzadi, Curator at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and Julia Eilers Smith, Max Stern Curator of research, LBEAG


cold feet talk like hands

May 27 – September 15, 2024

A project by B. Brookbank

cold feet talk like hands is an interdisciplinary installation that examines panes of desire, grief and longing through photography, sculpture and writing.



Dive into the second segment of the TERMS program, exploring the concept of “depression,” this time through the prism of the economic crisis of the 1930s. Read Andrée Lévesque’s essay, a professor in the Department of History at McGill University, shedding light on the repercussions of the Great Depression in Montreal. Explore a series of photographs taken by Canadian artist Margaret Watkins (1884-1969) during a stay in London amidst the Crisis years, along with the meticulous interpretation by Debra Antoncic, art historian, curator, and Director of the Riverbrink Art Museum.

Explore online now.


Concordia University is delighted to announce the appointment of curator, researcher, writer and educator Pip Day as the new director of the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery. She will begin her mandate on June 10, 2024.

With a career spanning over 25 years that has included stops in New York City, Mexico City and Berlin, Day brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this pivotal role.

The Gallery team warmly welcomes her.

Read Concordia University’s announcement

Press release


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