CUPFA Job Listings


TOWN HALL 2, January 24, 2018

RSVP by Wednesday January 17.

Horaire des fêtes / Holiday hours

Veuillez prendre note que notre bureau sera fermé du 22 décembre au 7 janvier, inclusivement. Nous serons de retour au travail dès le 8 janvier.  En cas d’urgence durant le temps des fêtes, vous pouvez nous envoyer un courriel.

Please note that our offices will be closed between December 22nd and January 7th, inclusive. Our office will reopen on January 8th. For any emergency during the holidays, please email us.

Happy Holidays! Joyeuses Fêtes!

CUPFA’s First Holiday Dinner – December 22

Official Signing of 5th Collective Agreement

Friday, November 10, 2017

Pictured from left to right:
Seated: Robert Soroka, Alan Shepard
Standing front row: Denis Cossette, Laurie Milner, Brigitte Racine, Lorraine Oades, JoséEve McCarthy, Nadia Hardy, Carolina Willsher
Standing back row: Scott Chlopan, Jorgen Hansen, Pierre-Luc Bouchard, Patrice Blais, Sonia Coutu, Roger Côté

Photo © Concordia University, photo by Lisa Graves.

Words and Public Space, Andrew Forster, Erin Moure & Sherry Simon, Nov. 9

Words & Public Space: What happens when you turn a polylingual novel outward and make it speak to readers on the street?

Please join Andrew Forster (artist), Erín Moure (translator and poet) and Sherry Simon (Concordia U, French) for a discussion on words and public space and a presentation of the artifact-book-translation Paraguayan Sea by Wilson Bueno (Nightboat Books, NYC).

Date: November 9, 2017
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: FOFA Gallery,
1515 St-Catherine st. West
Montréal, H3G 2W1
Cost: Admission is free

Event co-sponsored by CUPFA

BONNIE BAXTER wins Charles-Biddle Award 2017

Fine Arts professor and interdisciplinary artist BONNIE BAXTER has been awarded the 2017 Charles Biddle Award, which recognizes the cultural contribution of a person who immigrated to Quebec.

SOUTH ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL, Oct 27-29 / Nov 3-5, de Sèves Theatre

The South Asian Film Festival of Montreal — organized by Dipti Gupta — highlights significant issues and themes being explored by South Asian and diaspora filmmakers. Filmmakers from India, the US, Canada will be present for panel discussions after each screening.

October 27-29, November 3-5
de Sèves Theatre
Webster Building

For more information including the schedule, see:



In these three videos, students from Arts and Science, John Molson School of Business, and the Faculty of Fine Arts speak about their experiences with part-time faculty at Concordia who are innovators in the classroom, professionals with important community and industry ties, and champions of student welfare.

Lucinda, Camille and Daniel from CUPFA on Vimeo.

Isabella and Pamela from CUPFA on Vimeo.

Abel and Paul from CUPFA on Vimeo.

Director – Monique Moumblow
Director of Photography – Bryan Wilkat
Assistant Camera – Annie Hunting
Audio Recording – Steve Bates and Annie Hunting
Editor – Lorraine Oades
Original Music – David Szesztay
Executive Producer – Lorraine Oades
Producer – CUPFA

Science Cafe on PKD with Dr. CHIARA GAMBERA

For more information, and to RSVP, go to:

ADRIAN NORVID Perfomance, FOFA Gallery, Oct. 19 & 20, 4pm

The Little Black Bumhole Opera
Presents Adrian Norvid
Performing as Lord Muck
In Opus Chokeus
A dark as molasses sonic exploration of Parlance, Utterance and Vehemence, including: the varieties of Scottish Shortbread and the laying waste of a perfectly good yard of tartan; beating on various not entirely resonant surfaces and a lot of fiddling with buttons and knobs; a brief, entirely misconstrued excerpt from the Who’s 1970’s rock opera Tommy and a dirty little bit of burned toast by way of conclusion. One and all are welcome but be forewarned, all views are partially obstructed and there is nowhere to sit. There is no intermission either but it is not too hard to sneak out, as Lord Muck will barely be registering your presence.
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CUPFA TOWN HALL, Oct. 10, 5 – 7:30 pm








RSVP by Oct. 4 at

Cinema Event Co-Organized by MARY ELLEN DAVIS