Events

The centre presents participatory workshops, exhibitions, discussions, performances and screenings as part of its programming. Occasionally, Ada X also accepts member proposals for special projects that are consistent with its feminist mandate and values.

Types of projects include: net.art, electronic art, audio pieces, radio art, video art, installation, interactive work, location-based media, 3D animation, the art of gaming, virtual reality, digital storytelling, short film, bio-art, public interventions, open sources innovations, practices rooted in the community, performance and interdisciplinary practices, short-workshops, artist talks and round tables.

To submit a proposal, consult the call for projects submission guidelines.

Archive

LES COURANTS | Apocalypse: OPEN * until the end – Josée Brouillard

17 September 2021

educational activities exhibition
This exhibition is the third phase of Les courants, an introductory digital arts program for young people and families in Rivière-des-Prairies. Exhibition dates: September 17th to October 31st, 2021 Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm – 5pm At the Maison Pierre-Chartrand 8000 Boulevard Gouin E, Rivière-des-Prairies, Montréal To book… Read More

Pas d’apparat corps

14 October 2021

discussion festival performance
Filmed performance + discussion with Calla Durose-Moya and Guillaume Vallée, moderated by Kim-Sanh Châu Thursday October 14th, 2021 7 pm – 8 pm Online | Register via this link Pas d’apparat corps is a multidisciplinary performance first created for livestreaming, and incorporating dance, video, Super8, and… Read More

Dismantling Your Électroniques

27 November 2021

discussion workshop
Workshop with Lou Fozin Saturday, November 27th, 2021 2pm – 4pm At Ada X Through a discussion and workshop, Dismantling Your Électroniques encourages participants to make the connection between everyday digital objects and the minerals that form them. Using an augmented reality installation by Lou Fozin, participants… Read More

Memory Work

18 June 2021

discussion presentation
Memory Work: Conversation between Aarati Akkapeddi and Zinnia Naqvi Friday, June 18th, 2021, 12pm – 1pm Free | Register via this link https://zoom.us/j/96012195922?pwd=dUJ6ck9iVFh3MUwva0J0QU1RMGJlZz09 Online Aarati Akkapeddi will present the work that they’ve developed during their residency at Ada X. Using their family archives as… Read More

TECH TECH TECH | Event 1

25 May 2021

discussion presentation
Join us next week, Tuesday May 25! TECH TECH TECH : ethical alternatives to digital giants + Koumbit : for freedom and solidarity online Hosted on Big Blue Button CONNECT HERE Want to get a better sense of the project so far?… Read More

Thinking in circles: weaving weeds – coding brains

27 May 2021

artist residency discussion
Discussion with Liane Décary-Chen and Lucas LaRochelle Thurday, May 27th, at 5pm Free | Register via this link Online > https://zoom.us/s/93454640999 Liane Décary-Chen and Lucas LaRochelle will talk about the process behind Gentle Bot Seeks Same, a project developed by Liane as part of her… Read More

Artist Talk | Salima Punjani, Tamar Tembeck, Patricia Rivas

29 April 2021

discussion
Thursday, April 29th, 2021, at 5pm Zoom Webinar – Registration via this link. The event will be in mostly in English. Close captioning will be available. As part of Salima Punjani’s exhibition Progression, Ada X invites the artist to talk about her practice in a discussion… Read More

Progression | Salima Punjani

22 April 2021

exhibition
Progression | Salima Punjani Exhibition from April 22nd to May 21st Tuesday to Friday, 12pm – 5pm At Ada X, 4001 Berri street, #201 Register for an exhibition visit via this link. Click on this link to consult the access guide. *** ONE PERSON… Read More

Elevate the well-being of your digital consciousness

24 March 2021

performance workshop
Workshop / performance Wednesday March 24, 2021 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. FREE | Register here Bilingual FR / ENG Explore the possibilities of your digital self with the Cosmopolitan Babes! This playful workshop / performance offers a creative response to the current context, giving participants… Read More