January 19, 2021

Welcome Undergraduate Fellows 2020-21

The Milieux Institute is thrilled to announce our undergraduate fellowship recipients for 2020-21. This year’s cohort hails from more than five academic departments and is representative of the creative diversity and critical social engagement that bring the Institute to life. With students engaging in topics ranging from accessible medical design to textile exploration of astrophysical concepts, each fellow is enriching the work of both their cluster, and Milieux at large. We are proud to welcome...
December 9, 2020

Job Opportunity at Milieux: HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS

Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology Head of Communications Job Description Posted on: December 09, 2020Deadline to apply: January 11, 2021 This position is for a 6-month probationary contract to be followed by 12-month renewable contracts. Option for full-time or part-time. Milieux is looking for a Head of Communications to work closely with the director, steering committee and staff to increase the visibility and impact of institute research and research-creation at Concordia, in Canada...
December 4, 2020

Disrupting Zoom protocol: Traveling inside and out with Alys Longley and lo bil

Within the spatial confines of Zoom protocol, artists are asking what our worlds might be like if we attended more closely to our internal motivations and the potential for play.
November 5, 2020

RECAP: Learning and connecting at ISEA 2020

Because of the pandemic, ISEA took the leap into cyberspace. This adaptation freed ISEA from spatial restrictions of an in-person conference, and created the opportunity to share Montreal’s digital art community with participants, artists and researchers around the world.
October 19, 2020

ISEA Interviews: Martín Rodríguez and ‘In Search of Aztlan…’

In this interview, Matthew discusses with Martín the impetus for In Search of Aztlan... an intervention-based work using dashcam videos and radio recordings made in 2019 as Rodríguez explored the area around his childhood home along the border between Mexico and the United States.
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