As Digital Spring winds to a close for this year, digital creativity is remains omnipresent from one end of town to another. A hub for digital art, Montréal is a veritable showcase for innovation and folks of all ages can plug into this amazing energy. Here are some ways to enjoy the final days of Digital Spring for the whole family. Eureka Festival, Old Port of Montréal | June 10 to 12 Québec’s biggest science party, the Eureka Festival attracts thousands of science enthusiasts and amateur geeks to discover 100 original activities and cool digital experiences Couch Play at Game Play Space | 21 June Couch Play at Game Play Space invites gamers to discover this incubator of independent studios and given them feedback on their video games, joystick in hand. International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) | until July 3 Who says art and robots don’t go together? The 3rd edition of the International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) continues until July 3 at Arsenal under the theme, “AUTOMATA: Art made by machines for machines”. Immerse yourself in a world of robotic art, virtual reality, augmented reality, sculptures and digital video. Virtual Reality Garden at the Phi Centre | until July 3… / Read More →
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While some less cool cities might see it as just graffiti, Montreal knows street art brings a vibrant texture to our neighbourhoods. So we embrace it with pride. Our summer festival MURAL brings street artists from all over world to use the bricks of our buildings as their canvas, and as a result a stroll up Saint-Laurent Boulevard is like walking through an art gallery. At night the Quartier des Spectacles becomes decidedly futuristic when the digital projection mappings transform facades of entire buildings into hypnotizing swirls of sound and colour. It’s something you have to see to believe, so come check it out in Montreal soon! Book an art-filled adventure in Montréal: http://www.montrealoffer.com
For decades Montreal has been a hotbed for beautiful and challenging contemporary art – this year’s Biennale de Montréal art festival celebrates that history alongside the brightest works of art today and delves into what art may soon become…
Summer hits the city centre as French music festival FrancoFolies gets underway with all kinds of free outdoor shows, complimented by bike-worthy weather, a world-class beer fest, streets and parks filled with art and music, and more.
Montreal’s reputation as a hub for all things digital is about to become even more well-known with the launch of the first Montreal Digital Spring festival. The city’s digital arts and culture community – from artists to video game designers – unites to present 77 new cutting-edge experiences in electronic art and music…