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:, 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.



31 May 2018

community presentation
The Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), the Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques (CQAM), Agence TOPO, Eastern Bloc, Labo NT2, OBORO, Studio XX and Vidéographe are pleased to announce the 14th Labsessions event, taking place on Thursday May 31st 2018, from 5-8 pm at Studio XX with the collaboration of… Read More

I wait for the time | Rojin Shafiei

15 May 2018

community exhibition
  Residency: January 16 to June 23, 2018 Exhibition at Studio XX: Tuesday, May 15 to Saturday, May 19, 2018 Opening at Studio XX: Tuesday, May 15 at 5:30 p.m. Gallery walkthrough with the artist: Saturday, May 19 at 2 p.m.   I wait for the time is a video… Read More

FEEDBACK PLEASE! | Portfolio Review

21 April 2018

call presentation
Saturday, April 21, 2018 From 2 pm to 5 pm At Studio XX Free | Registration needed | For Studio XX’s members only Registration before April 12th For a second consecutive year, Studio XX offers local artists an opportunity for valuable feedback on their portfolios… Read More

Art Matters 2018: it’s all i have to bring today

9 March 2018

community exhibition
  Studio XX is happy to support its community, emerging artists, and their initiatives. It is in this spirit that we are welcoming the Art Matters Festival for another edition. Artists: Audrey Bilodeau Fontaine, Alyse Tunnell, Carmen Fox, Danielle Beaudet, the Contractor, Meredith Parent-Delgadillo, Sophie Wonfor Curator: Alisa Haugen-Strand Vernissage:… Read More

Mute and Cacophonous: Conversations Between the Self and Other

6 March 2018

  With Corinne Beaumier + Zinnia Naqvi + Bogdan Stoica Video Screening and Conversation Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 6-8 pm @ Studio XX Free entrance!   Corinne Beaumier, Zinnia Naqvi and Bogdan Stoica will discuss how their attachment to, and experience of, different places informs their artistic practice, as well… Read More

Riding the Wave | Pirate Radio Festival

3 March 2018

community performance
  Riding the Wave – Pirate Radio Festival Presented par the XX Files The night of Saturday 3rd to Sunday 4th, March, 2018 From 7pm to 7am @ Earth II, 135 Van Horne, local 212 Follow the livestream here!   As part of Montreal’s Nuit Blanche, the… Read More

Contested Territories and Dislocations

22 February 2018

discussion presentation
Video screening of the works of Jenny Cartwright and Solidarity Colombia Conversation with Annie Jubinville, Mathilde Capone (Solidarity Colombia) and Catherine Lussier (Comité d’Action de Parc-Extension) Moderator: Sophie Le-Phat Ho Thursday, February 22, 2018, 6-8 pm Free entrance! Contested Territories and Dislocations gathers two projects exploring different issues related to gentrification,… Read More

Performance Night with Julia Dyck + Electricity Matters

3 February 2017

Saturday, February 3, 2018 Doors open at 7 PM – Performances at 8 PM Free entrance In Transit – Julia Dyck – 8 PM Through the use of vocals, field recordings, live instruments, video, and images, this performance explores the sounds and imagery of the en route, the in-between,… Read More

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) at 4001 Berri

1 December 2017

Friday, December 1st, 2017 starting at 7pm @ 4001 Berri (Studio XX + OBORO + GIV + Studio Eric Paré – Xangle) Free entrance!  BYOB (“bring your own beamer” / “apportez votre projecteur”) is an exhibition concept launched in Berlin in the 2000s by Rafael Rozendaal and… Read More