Special events and projects produced by Studio XX, such as research, outreach and productions of Studio XX.

Exhibition : Canada 389

Canada 389

Presented at Studio XX by EAHR Concordia (Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group) in collaboration with Atelier Céladon

Vernissage : Friday December 2, 2016 | 5PM – 7PM

Exhibition : December 1st to 4th, 2016

Artists : Tings Chak | Priya Zoe Jain | Fabian Jean | Mary Sui Yee Wong

With texts by Nick Cabelli, Melinda Pierre-Paul Cardinal, Gianna Mardakis, and Gabrielle Montpetit

La Table

La Table, Julie Faubert

As part of the exhibit Occupation(s), Studio XX invites you to participate at: La table

A project by Julie Faubert (in collaboration with Aude Maltais ­Landry and Suzanne Beth)

Saturday, October 1st 2016, from 2 pm to 5:30 pm

Parc Ethel­ Stark (old Parc Claude­ Jutra, officially renamed on June 15th, 2016)

Olivia McGilchrist: Studio XX residency Informal presentation

Olivia McGilchrist, residency, 2016

Sunday July 17th, 4PM - 9PM.

WITH: visual artists & writers and videogame screenwriter
- Di-Andre Caprice Davis (Jamaica) /
Oneika Russell (Jamaica)
- Kylie Szymesko (Montreal)
Cécilia Bracmort (Montreal / France / Guadeloupe)
David Gumbs (Martinique / St Martin)

Vernissage and exhibition Electronic arts for families

Electronic arts for families with Alice Jarry. Photo:SLagueuux

Sunday April 10, 2016 | From 1PM to 4PM
@ STUDIO XX - 4001, Berri (corner of Duluth) space 201
Entrance: 2$ / adultes* 

Bring a snack to share!

Studio XX invites you to discover all the projects produced in the workshops of Electronic art for families, activities that took place from November 2015 to March 2016 !

Tell me again - Art Matters

Art matters 2016

Exhibition Running Dates : March 12 to 26
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Vernissage: Thursday March 17, 6pm to 9pm

Curated by Emma Lightstone

We are happy to be partners of Art Matters again this year. Art Matters is a student-run festival that showcases the diversity of Concordia University's artistic community. artmattersfestival.org


Labsessions 9

Thursday January 21st 2016 from 5pm to 8pm
At Studio XX
4001 Berri, suite 201, Montreal
Free admission

Artists and projects :
Dominique Ferraton et Maia IotzovaCartographie ré-imaginée
Johann Baron Lanteigne - Breach
Lucas Paris - ARRAY

Labsessions 9 : Call for projects

Labsessions, CQAM


Digital emerging artists’ project presentations
Presented by the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), the Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques (CQAM), Agence TOPO, Eastern Bloc, ELEKTRA - BIAN, Labo NT2, OBORO, PRIM, Studio XX and Vidéographe, Labsessions invite emerging artists working in the field of digital art to submit a new work-in-progress project for the 8th Labsessions event, taking place on Tuesday Januar 21th 2016, from 5-8pm at Studio XX.

Electronic arts for families

Photo: Stéphanie Castonguay

Inspired by the "Coding goûters," the Electronic Arts for families project brings together children and their parents to have fun to program and design artworks in electronic arts with artists. The activity is free (you have to registrate), in exchange for a contribution to a shared snack!

Details and activities ->

All projects will be presented at Studio XX in March 2016.


Instinct, Art And Accumulation: Gif Making / Internet Curation

Dina Kelberman Workshop

Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal + Centre CLARK + Studio XX

Workshop with Dina Kelberman stemming from the projects presented at Centre CLARK for Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
Thursday, September 17, 6-8 pm at Studio XX

!!!Free admission!!!
Required reservation: programmation@studioxx.org
12 participants max

Intervalles ∩ interstices ∩ battements : rendre visibles des espaces-temps à partager

rencontre indisciplinaires

Rencontre avec PASCAL NICOLAS-LE STRAT (Université Paul Valéry à Montpellier, France)
Atelier cartographique imaginé par l'artiste visuelle EMMANUELLE JACQUES

Vendredi 13 mars 2015 de 17h à 20h, au Studio XX

Dans le cadre du cycle de rencontres indisciplinaires de la Chaire d'études de la France contemporaine.

Invité(e)s: GENTIANE BÉLANGER - Doctorante en histoire de l'art (Uqam), SIMON HAREL - Laboratoire du soi mobile (Udem), ROGER LATOUR - Auteur et Naturaliste urbain, Ami du Champ des possibles, LUC LÉVESQUE, SYN atelier d'explorations urbaines (Université Laval)... et VOUS!

(in french)