Resources for Artists
Trinity Square Video AMD VR Media Lab
Trinity Square strives to create supportive environments, encouraging artistic and curatorial experimentation that challenge medium specificity through education, production and presentation supports.
Inter / Access
Inter / Access is a non-profit gallery, educational facility, production studio, and festival dedicated to emerging practices in art and technology.
Ed Video exists to instigate the creation and exhibition of independent media art.
New Media Lab, Oboro
Active in Montreal since 1995, OBORO’s New Media Lab is a stimulating and creative environment that promotes innovative practices. Its objective in the community at large is to advance research in the arts and new technologies:
Emerging Digital Artists Award
The Emerging Digital Artists Award (EDAA) is Canada’s first digital art award designed to foster experimentation in the work of emerging artists and create opportunities for those working in digital media.
Canada Council Digital Strategy Fund
The Digital Strategy Fund encourages an overall approach that helps support Canadian artists, groups and arts organizations in understanding the digital world, engaging with it, and responding to the cultural and social changes it produces (available until 2021).
The Satellite Video Exchange Society (VIVO)
VIVO’s mandate is to directly support artists and independent community-based producers to develop, exchange, and disseminate their skills in a supportive environment through accessible services and programs
The New Centre for Research & Practice
The New Centre for Research & Practice is an international, non-profit, higher education institute in the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences, offering graduate & professional-development level certificate programs, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, residencies, and conferences in Art & Curatorial Practice, Critical Philosophy, Media & Technology, Social & Political Thought, and Transdisciplinary Research & Practice.
Digital Arts, Research-creation at the intersection of fine arts, digital culture and technology.
Center for Curatorial Studies and Art in Contemporary Culture.
Curating New Media Art
Process, Interaction, Virtuality with Pau Waelder, NODE Centre for Curatorial Studies, Berlin, studies on line.
Collecting and Conversation
Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
Following the DOCAM project, the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) had guidelines and case studies developed and published online for museums
From the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI)
Electronic media hold information that can last a lifetime. However, proper care must be taken so this information can be retrieved and read time and time again. These resources provide information and advice on how to transfer audio and video recordings and information stored onto disks or CDs and how to ensure that this media is stored properly.
Interuniversity Research Center for Digital Humanities (CRIHN), located at Université de Montréal
Based at the University of Montreal, the Interuniversity Research Center for Digital Humanities (CRIHN) has 43 regular members, 20 collaborators and 5 postdoctoral fellows from eight universities, CEGEP and Quebec research institutions. In the last few years, we have witnessed a concentration of expertise and skills in the field of digital humanities, a concentration unique in the French-speaking world and one of the most promising in the world. On the one hand, a large part of the world’s leading experts in this field is located in Quebec (and these are the members of the CRIHN) and on the other, a very large number of institutional projects in the digital humanities (digital publishing, creation etc.) are emerging around these skills. The creation of the center is now a very urgent need, felt not only by the Quebec community but also by the entire international scientific community.
The CRIHN brings together researchers, including 6 Canada Research Chairs and 4 Institutional Chairs, distinguished by their thought, original practice and numerous achievements in digital humanities. Since it was created in the fall of 2013, the CRIHN has been designed inter-institutionally to reflect the maturity of digital humanities in Quebec.
The researchers involved in our center have a very high activity rate in the sector, the CRIHN being composed of professors at different stages of their careers (new assistant professors as tenured professors with more than thirty years of career) who were also involved in multiple collaborations around mainly dissemination activities, such as workshops, seminars and symposiums.
PhD thesis (art.internet Musées, entreprises et œuvres en ligne dans le passage vers le nouveau millénaire (1996-2002)) / Art.internet: museums, businesses and online works in the transition to the new millennium (1996-2002) by Karine Léonard Brouillet, Université de Montréal: Thesis abstract with link to the downloadable thesis: