Announcing the return of our new annual gathering around Art and the Book, Volume 2 MTL — applications for tables are now open!
ARCMTL also made the news! Check out this report by Radio-Canada that includes a visit to our archive centre (halfway through) and a chat with longtime colleague and poster artist Pat Hamou, who is a regular at our Grande print and poster art fair — which took place just this past spring as part of the Montreal Printed Arts Festival, held by ARCMTL and our partners Atelier Circulaire and Zocalo.
Grande 2019 brought together more than 50 artists and organizations selling posters and printed art. You can see photos of the Grande and its artists on our image blog here, and more photos of the overall Montreal Printed Arts Festival here.
Print Augmented, a Distroboto project, was also presented by ARCMTL as part of the festival. You can see a photo gallery of images taken during these workshops here as well as a guide to creating AR art prints on our blog here.
Introduction Augmented reality is the effect of superimposing content over reality by viewing it through a mobile device, or special glasses or other screen. The effect only works if the viewing device knows how to identify a “target” and has an app installed which can then generate the related augmented reality content. Creating an augmented reality artwork is as simple as downloading an app that can relate an image ofContinue Reading >
In March 2017, we celebrated Distroboto’s Sweet Sixteen with a concert at Casa del Popolo, where the project was born in January 2001. L’expérience Distroboto est étroitement liée à la culture indépendante montréalaise et a été un succès dès ses débuts. Seize ans plus tard, les machines ont vendu plus de 100 000 œuvres réalisées par plus de 1200 artistes locaux et internationaux ! Pour souligner cet important anniversaire, durantContinue Reading >
Volume 1 MTL : Art and the Book, October 15 – 21 2018. Volume 1 MTL was the first edition of ARCMTL’s newest project: a week dedicated to art publishing and artists’ books. Workshops, conferences, discussions, presentations and a fair bringing together more than 50 publishers and creators were held in Montreal in October 2018. Here’s an overview of the various activities that made Volume 1 MTL a great success!Continue Reading >