CALLS: Rencontres interdisciplinaires EMERGENCE/Y 2022

Hexagram’s 2021-2022 Interdisciplinary season programming on the theme EMERGENCE/Y launched last September at the Ars Electronica Festival, following an initial call for projects. Hexagram presented a series of synchronous and asynchronous streaming-based events specifically curated and produced for the Festival. Over 50 co-investigator members, student members and Hexagram collaborators, as well as their collaborators, presented their most recent work, research and contributed insightful live discussions to the four-day programme.

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CALL FOR NEW STUDENT MEMBERS

Deadline: October 28, 2021
Hexagram launches its call for applications to become a student-member of the Network. Comprised of 46 co-investigators , over 200 collaborators and student members, the Network collaborates with several cultural and research institutions in Québec, Canada and internationally to organize and promote research-creation collaborations, knowledge exchange events between experts from different disciplines, and disseminate new forms of artistic creation in the public space.

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Hexagram Network information sessions

On Thursday, October 14, Hexagram will hold two online information sessions: in French at 12am / in English at 4 pm. The meetings are open to all, especially dedicated to student members and collaborators (current and future). The team will present the structure, governance, and programming established within the framework of the 2020-2027 cycle of the strategic cluster.

LAUNCH OF HEXAGRAM INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMING OF 2021-2022

Hexagram Network – 20th anniversary

In 2021, Hexagram celebrates its 20th anniversary. The network was created in 2001 to support collaborative research-creation projects amongst its members from eight Québec research institutions, as well as with local and international partners from academic, cultural and creative sectors. Over the last 20 years, Hexagram has played a seminal role in the recognition of practice-based art and design research in Canada and abroad, as well as in promoting knowledge-sharing activities between artistic and scientific disciplines. Today, Hexagram comprises 46 co-investigators, nearly 50 collaborators and over 200 students from various disciplines including the live arts, design, and media arts, while also connecting to disciplines in the social sciences and humanities as well as natural sciences and engineering.

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