• Workshops program
  • Digital Art
  • Artists
  • Immigrants
  • Risograph
  • Animation
  • Graphic design
  • Augmented reality
  • PWYC program
  • Montreal

MigrArt : Digital training program for immigrant artists of first and second generation

Under the DémART - MTL 2019 program, Techno Culture Club and the artist Feliz Tupe are working collaboratively to offer a serie of digital art training program to to immigrant artists of first and second generation from April 13th to July 4th, 2019 at Centre du Plateau.

Techno Culture Club is willing to increase digital competencies for first and second generation canadian artists by offering a serie of digital training programs with a low-cost (pay what you can).

With 3 training programs included 4 practical sessions, these programs is aimed to equip artists with digital literacy skills and access to digital equipment in order to develop and inform new artistic practices.

These programs, artists will learn technical skills of 2D/3D animation, using a Risograph or augmented reality by practicing with 2 softwares (Blender and Inkscape). These open-source tools are often used in media arts, graphic design and 3D modeling. A Risographe is a printer that uses the technology of screen-printing. It is the most eco-friendly printer, using biodegradable inks based from rice oil & soy, with registered recycled ink cartridges, and uses between 70-97% less energy than the average printer

They will also have full professional documentation of their work as well as an opportunity to exhibit in a final exhibit scheduled on July 19th 2019 at Centre du Plateau.

Calendar

  • Inkscape for Risograph : Every Saturday from April 13th to May 5th 2019 - 1-5pm
    Register : click here
  • 2D/3D animation with Blender : Every Sunday from May 12th to June 2nd 2019 - 1-5pm
    Register : click here
  • Augmented reality with Blender : Every Thursday from June 13th to July 4th 2019 - 5-9pm
    Register : click here

    These programs are open to every immigrant artists of first and second generation. First or second generation is including people whom was born outside of Canada or is a canadian citizen by parents born abroad.

Each program is on online reservation only and an "pay-what-you-can" program (suggested contribution C$20-80).