Call for Projects

Ada X regularly launches calls for proposals for its programming, its residencies, and festival. Successful projects are chosen by a jury composed of members of the organization’s programming committee. Stay tuned!


Ada X’s residencies offer artists opportunities to experiment and create a new work (e.g. digital art, installation or performance). For a period of six weeks, resident artists have access to a private workstation within a shared work area. Residents receive an artist fee, and enjoy free access to Ada X equipment and workshops. The works produced during the residencies are presented to the public. For a look at past residencies, click here.

Programming (Events and Workshops)

We are looking for digital art projects that are creative, critical, witty, weird and poetic for our public events and/or our workshops. We seek proposals from artists who identify as women, non-binary, trans or queer, as well as from curators, activists, collectives and community organizations.
Examples of media / formats: net art, electronic art, audio, video, installation, bio art, public interventions, practices rooted in the community, performances, workshops, discussions and round tables – or something so out there that we haven’t even heard of it… For a look at different types of programming events at Ada X, click here.

HTMlles Festival

Ada X launches a thematic call for proposals for HTMlles Festival every two years. For a look at previous editions, click here.


Call For Proposals The HTMlles 12 : Terms Of Privacy

12 November 2015

The HTMlles: Feminist Festival of Media Arts + Digital Culture 12th Edition, November 3 – 6, 2016, Montreal Deadline: January 4, 2016 Since 1997, The HTMlles has brought together artists, scholars, and activists passionate about critically engaging new technologies from a feminist perspective. The festival takes place biannually in… Read More

Annual General Meeting : Notice to Attend

4 November 2015

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Studio XX will hold our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday November 4, 2015, in our offices at 4001 Berri (corner Duluth), Suite 201, Montreal. (Sherbrooke Metro). STUDIO XX IS LOOKING FOR THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS! On the agenda will be an overview of the past year’s activities as well… Read More

Call For Proposals 2015-16 Studio XX Programming

28 May 2015

Studio XX is seeking critical, creative digital arts submissions for our public events and/or training workshops. Deadline : Sunday, August 16, 2015. Founded in 1996, Studio XX is a bilingual feminist artist-run centre for technological exploration, creation and critical reflection. XX supports independent media arts production and offers a platform… Read More

Call for entries : programming committee

19 February 2015

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Studio XX is currently looking for new members for our 2015-2016 programming committee. Are you an artist, curator, writer, student, critic, theoretician, or activist who is passionate about digital arts? Come and join our artist-run centre. Deadline to submit your candidature: March 15, 2015 Founded in 1996, Studio XX is… Read More

Call for Papers | ZER0 FUTURE: Is The Future Obsolete?

14 April 2014

Deadline: Monday, April 14, 2014  The McGill Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) is pleased to invite presentation proposals for a one-day conference entitled “ZER0 FUTURE”. The conference is associated with The HTMlles 11 “ZER0 FUTURE” feminist festival of media arts + digital culture, produced by Studio XX held… Read More

Call .dpi 30 : Cybersurveillance

28 March 2014

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Man up! Owning and Pwning the Policing of Gender Online Guest Editor : Dr. Kate Milberry Deadline :  Friday, 2 May 2014 This issue seeks to understand how the “informatization of the body” (van der Ploeg 2003) – once hailed as liberatory – became the life’s blood of ever… Read More

Call for Proposals The HTMlles 11 : ZERO FUTUR(E)

26 September 2013

The HTMlles – Feminist festival of media arts + digital culture 11th edition, November 2014, in Montreal Deadline: November 17, 2013 Taking place in Montreal, The HTMlles is an international biennial festival that brings together artists, scholars and activists who are passionate about critical engagement with new technologies… Read More

Call .dpi 28 : Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet

10 July 2013

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Themed Section: Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet Guest Editor: Jennifer Chan In the Themed Section of its 28th issue, .dpi is looking at the internet as a heterogenous space that allows for the deliberation and challenging of gender ideals. On the internet, like-minded users find communities of interest… Read More

Electronic journal .dpi re-imagined | Call .dpi 27: Hacktivism

20 February 2013

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Themed Section: Hacktivism Guest Editor: Christina Haralanova Proposal deadline: March 11, 2013 Founded by Studio XX in 2004, electronic journal .dpi   has recently undergone an important process of transformation with the goal of reaffirming and re-focusing its role as a feminist journal on art and digital culture. Read More

Call for Proposals The HTMlles 10 : Risky Business

15 February 2012

Feminist festival of media arts + digital culture 10-18 November 2012 Deadline: Monday, 2 April 2012 The 10th edition of the HTMlles will take up the notion of risk. To risk: to gain or to lose (it is uncertain), to expose oneself to a possibility… Risk is… Read More

.dpi 21 Launch + Call for submissions .dpi 22

16 June 2011

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Freedom: In Action | Deanna Radford .dpi 21 is the second issue in a three-part series focusing on the theme of freedom while exploring the practices of several contemporary media artists and authors as they participate in actions for freedom. **Call for Submissions .dpi 22 Theme: Free Culture… Read More

Launch .dpi 20 + Call for submissions .dpi 21

8 April 2011

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LAUNCH .dpi 20 INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE LIBERTY IN NETWORKS: PARTICIPANTS AND PURPOSE Editor-in-Chief: Aude Crispel .dpi 20 is the first issue in a three-part series focusing on the theme of liberty. This issue examines liberty- a fundamental principle of our independent and/or democratic societies – as a concept systematically disavowed… Read More