HTMlles Festival

Since 1997 Ada X has produced HTMlles, a feminist festival of media arts and digital culture, in collaboration with artist-run centers, arts organizations and research clusters in Montreal and abroad. Bringing together artists, theorists and activists, each edition explores topical sociopolitical issues through a series of exhibitions, lectures, performances and workshops. More info at htmlles.net

Past editions: 2018 | 2016 | 2014 | 2012 | 2010 | 2007 | 2005 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1998 | 1997

 

Archive

Turning Points

6 November 2020

discussion festival
Zoom Link  Presented by LA CENTRALE Galerie Powerhouse Roundtable discussion facilitated by Anne-Marie Trépanier + Hannah Azar Strauss With Natacha Clitandre, Lucas LaRochelle, Alex Megelas, Sepideh Shahamati, Amanda Gutierrez, Florencia Sosa Rey, Joanna Guillaume, Veronica Mockler, Tamara Vukov and Shane Watt Friday, November… Read More

Turning Points: A mapping workshop

6 November 2020

festival workshop
Presented by La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse Workshop facilitated by Anne-Marie Trépanier + Hannah Azar Strauss Friday, November 6, 11:30am – 12:45pm Online | To register contact: turning.points.htmlles@protonmail.com In this workshop, participants will respond to a simple mapping prompt which invites them to… Read More

Three windows + Three windows described by three voices…

6 November 2020

exhibition festival
Presented by articule as part of the HTMlles festival Three windows + Three windows described by three voices... | Aislinn Thomas Exhibition November 6 – November 20 Via articule‘s window and website With 𝙏𝙝𝙧𝙚𝙚 𝙬𝙞𝙣𝙙𝙤𝙬𝙨+ Aislinn Thomas creates multiple invitations to slowness, with consideration… Read More

Ecological Disturbances: Slowing Down, Reflecting and Re-imagining 

6 November 2020

festival presentation
Presented by Groupe Intervention Vidéo as part of the HTMlles Festival Ecological Disturbances: Slowing Down, Reflecting and Re-imagining  With Vjosana Shkurti, Sierra Druley + Jean Ni, lamathilde, Anna Eyler + Nicolas Lapointe, Charline Dally Video screening Visible here from November 6 to December 2… Read More

S’éclipser | Phases of Resilience

6 November 2020

exhibition festival
Presented by Laboratoire NT2  S’éclipser | Phases of Resilience Exhibition With Elisa Gleize, Joselyn McDonald & Sarah Friend November 6, 2020 – February 6, 2020 http://seclipser.org/ Launched on November 6, 2020, at 11:37 a.m. when the sun is at its zenith. S’éclipser | Phases of Resilience,… Read More

The Mouth of Every Cave Will One Day Close

6 November 2020

festival presentation
Presented by Ada X as part of the HTMlles Festival  The Mouth of Every Cave Will One Day Close The ffiles (Amanda Harvey, Miranda Jones, Julia Dyck, Sophy Merizzi et Sophie Marisol) Audio piece From November 6 to December 2 Via HTMlles website For… Read More

HTMlles Festival – save the date!

5 November 2020

exhibition festival
Since 1997 Ada X has produced HTMlles, a feminist festival of media arts and digital culture, in collaboration with artist-run centers, arts organizations and research clusters in Montreal and abroad. Bringing together artists, theorists and activists, each edition explores topical sociopolitical issues through a series of exhibitions, lectures, performances and… Read More

Virtual Reality with Zeesy Powers

4 November 2018

educational activities festival
Workshop for families Sunday, November 4th, 2018 1 pm – 4 pm At Studio XX (4001 Berri, 2nd floor) The workshop is directed to children, accompanied by a parent or adult. In the context of the exhibition Mi(s)(xed)communications / Mal(sous)entendus at Studio XX, the artist Zeesy Powers proposes a workshop… Read More

Off-Script: Technologies and Tactics of Feminist Errancy

4 November 2018

festival other
Conference Sunday November 4th and Monday November, 5th 8:30 am – 7 pm At the Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (IGSF) “Off-Script: Technologies and Tactics of Feminist Errancy ” is a two-day conference Nov. 4-6 featuring emerging and established scholars as well as leading artists in the fields… Read More

Love Songs to Failure

3 November 2018

festival performance
Video-performance Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 7 pm – 8 pm At Studio 303 Artist: Nina Vroemen + Alejandro Sajgalik “Let’s just be friends” is typically the chorus of failed love. But for Sajgalik and Vroemen, this statement is the source! They are redefining the love song as something… Read More

Longterm Longtable

3 November 2018

discussion festival
Public discussion/performance/dinner party Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th, 2018 4 pm – 6 pm At Feminist Media Studio Artist: A.A.S.K Montreal Longterm Longtable is a community discussion series centered around three topics: accessibility, accountability, and call-out culture. The main framework of the longtable is a public discussion/performance/dinner… Read More