Congratulations to the collectif KHUBE, a team composed of master’s degree students in digital creation from UQAT, Hexagram members, who won, on June 15, the prize of the “Relève étudiante” for their project Nopimik at the NUMIX Awards ceremony, broadcasted online.
ISEA 2020 – International Symposium on Electronic Arts @ Montreal
Fall intensive online course: MUSI 398 GA / EAST 398 GA [3 credits]
The intensive ISEA 2020 short program will offer undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of fine arts backgrounds an opportunity to work on self-proposed (electronic art) research-creation projects, to participate in pre-symposium lectures and workshops, and to attend one of the leading events on electronic arts. This special intensive program allows students from other universities to participate, too.
All CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY program are OPEN to UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE STUDENTS from CONCORDIA and OTHER UNIVERSITIES to participate.
FIELD SCHOOL to Manizales, COLOMBIA 2020. [3 credits]
May 7th 2019 @ 6PM
Agora Hydro-Québec in Pavillon Coeur-des-Sciences of UQAM
On May 7, Hexagram will hold an evening to present the projects of the 2019 Hexagram grant winners. All regular, collaborator and student members of the network are cordially invited to attend the grants winners’ presentations.
The Ageing + Communication + Technologies project (ACT) (www.actporject.ca), and engAGE: The Concordia Centre for Research on Aging (https://www.concordia.ca/research/aging.html) cordially invite you to their special event. B/OLD: Aging in our city is a free and bilingual two-day event taking place in Montreal, at Concordia University. It invites citizens, researchers, artists, policy makers and activists to consider what it means to grow older together in the city.
The Hexagram network is pleased to announce a new partnership with MUTEK_IMG, a forum on current practices in digital creation. As part of this partnership, Hexagram and MUTEK encourage students and researchers affiliated to the network to submit their proposals of content including presentations, case studies, panels, round tables, etc., as well as skill sharing sessions such as masterclasses and workshops for the 2019 edition, which will take place from August 20 to 25.
Concordia University position
The Department of Design and Computation Arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Material Futures to begin August 1, 2019. Continue reading