Studio XX empowers women in their use of technology by offering a wide range of workshops throughout the year such as website development, sound and image processing, electronics, 3D animation, programming, digital storytelling and more. Our workshops focus on transmitting expertise, knowledge and enjoyment. Studio XX offers advanced professional development workshops as well as short introductory sessions. Courses are designed in relation to the development of technologies as well as on the needs of artists and members from all backgrounds. Studio XX can also create specialized courses based on member requests.

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Digital Audio: Creation and Production

Photo : 86400 Seconds Time Zones

Instructor : Chantal Dumas
Tuesdays, January 17th to February 7th, 2017, from 5:30 to 9:30
Deadline for registration: January 14th, 2017
4 weeks (16 hours)
$ 115 (taxes included)

Media arts for families and light

Photo : Josée Brouillard

With : Josée Brouillard
Saturday January 28th, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM
Free | Registration

Participants will explore the phenomena affecting the propagation of light through a circuit where a light-emitting diode will be switched on and modulated. In the end, they will create a DIY where light is the main actor.


DIY Electronics for Artists

arts électroniques

Instructor: Stephanie Castonguay
Saturdays and Sundays February 4th, 5th and 11th, 12th, 2017 at Studio XX. From 1PM to 5PM
Saturday February 18th, 2017 at Fab Lab du PEC. From 1PM to 5PM
5 weeks (20 hours)
Deadline for registration : January 30th, 2017
$ 85 (taxes included)

Media arts for families at Musée des ondes


With Émilie Mouchous

Sunday February 26th, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM

Free | Registration

At the Musée des Ondes Berliner, we will visit the current exhibition Montreal in Space. Afterwards, we will manipulate radios in order to generate Morse code and then communicate with our cell phones....

Media arts for families and 3D printing

2D print with 3D printer

With : Simon Greffard et Raphaël Demers

Saturday March 25th, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM

Free | Registration

Participants will be invited to explore the different possibilities for 3D printing by subverting the primary function of a 3D printer, so instead of producing a 3D plastic object, we will produce something two-dimensional: a collective experiment of 2D drawings on canvas using a 3D printer.

Media and Kinetic arts for families

Photo: Alice Jarry

With : Alice Jarry

Saturday April 25th, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM

Free | Registration

With the aid of motors, arduinos and various reflective materials, participants will explore the light and sound potential of small kinetic sculptures.

Media arts for families and video installation

native girl chapter 1_ Riva Mumma, video installation, new roots, National Galle

With : Olivia McGilchrist

Saturday May 20th, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM

Free | Registration

In this workshop, we will experiment with video mapping on 3D shapes and multi-screen video installations with poetry evocative of the theme of water.

Media arts for families and bioart


With : Sarah Choukah, Whitefeather & Tristan Matheson

Saturday June 3rd, 2017 from 2PM to 4PM

Free | Registration

The workshop will feature an introduction to bioart using the unicellular organism Physarum polycephalum. Participants will build basic electronic circuits using the live and colourful Physarum. They will also be invited to build a maze and document the Physarum's feeding habits as part of a collective bioart project.

Create your website with WordPress (beginner)

WordPress logo

Instructor: Antonia Hernandez

Mondays from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM, November 7 to December 12, 2016
Deadline for registration : October 31th
6 weeks (21 hours)

$ 200 (tax included)

Safety Strategies : Space, Gender and the City


Caroline Alexander and Cynthia Hammond

Saturday, October 22, 2-4pm @ STUDIO XX 

Sunday, October 23, 2-4pm @ Concordia University EV 3.760 (accessible to people with limited mobility)
Engineering-Visual Arts pavilion, 3rd floor
Guy-Concordia metro

*same workshop but in 2 different locations

What are the personal, spatial, and performative strategies of finding safety in the city? In two workshops, participants create “memory maps”: subjective drawings based on personal experience and spatial memory. These maps visualize the embodied knowledge of gendered urban risk and safety, and will be exhibited in spring 2017.

"Listen up!" Public speaking workshop for self-identified women artists

 "Listen up!" Public speaking workshop for self-identified women artists

Presented by Studio XX and OBORO
Facilitated by Studio XX team

Thursday, June 16, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm
@ STUDIO XX - 4001, Berri - Space 201

! Free admission !

* FULL *

This workshop seeks to provide self-identified women artists with the tools to be better able to present their work in public with clarity, confidence, and strength.