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News – Digital Arts Engine

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The Faculty of Arts is very pleased to announce the creation of the Digital Arts Engine – a micro-funding competition for Arts Undergraduate students that offers the chance to combine the best of humanistic scholarship and creativity with digital technologies.

Constructing Sound Spaces: Open Orchestra

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  How do you bring together musicians across the barriers of time and space? Open Orchestra provides an answer through the creation of an virtual simulated rehearsal environment, that allows individual musicians to practice as part of a pre-recorded ensemble.

Interrogating the Broader Context of Film: The Moving Image Research Laboratory

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Posted in Audio / Visual, Major Projects, Networks & Publics, People, Projects, Visualization

    Newly established at McGill with funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, the Moving Image Research Laboratory combines two state of the art labs with the onsite expertise of its three founding members, Michael Cowan, Thomas Lamarre  and Alanna

Navigating the Digital Humanities: An Evening with the Experts

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Presented on 8 November 2012 by the  ABQLA (Association des bibliothécaires du Québec/Québec Library Association) College and Research Libraries division and the Digital Humanities at McGill, the “evening with the experts” was held at McGill’s Islamic Studies library and featured