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SPECIAL PROJECTS - CAMPUS SAT YOUTH


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The numerous special projects at Campus SAT for youth offer an educational model at the crossroad between science, technology, society and art. In 2018, over 8000 participants took part in our activities.

To be proactive, while remaining critical, are essential values when approaching the digital universe to encourage our children and teenagers to grow and shape their place in the 21st century. The educational activities brought forward in this model encourage youth not to be simple consumers of technology, but to become true creators of original content. By sparking interest and awakening curiosity, our activities encourage a proactive use of technology in everyday life, while developing artistic skills and knowledge.

SPECIAL PROJECTS - CAMPUS SAT YOUTH

RADICART – A teenage group determined to enrich the city with art
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In collaboration with the Théâtre Bluff Antioche, RadicART is an installation created by a team of young artists from Mont-De-La-Salle high school and the artist Sébastien Lafleur from the SAT. This collaborative artwork is inspired by issues of integration and radicalization among youth.

By turning perceptions around, the project aims to raise public awareness about the subject and create a harmonious and supportive community. Combining video, sculpture, and light, the construction of this multimedia installation work allowed young artists to learn about video production and editing, photography, 3D modeling, and sculpture.

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Block party – Montreal’s 375th anniversary
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"“Overcoming a wall to build bridges” is a popular education and artistic project as part of Montreal’s 375th anniversary that worked with schools from the Ville-Marie borough.

In the winter of 2017, students discovered real-time visual creation and produced a “tape art” pop-up mural (“tape art” is artwork created with different kinds of adhesive tape). The week of workshops ended with a historical activity about myths and facts surrounding the Jacques Cartier Bridge.

Following these workshops, the students from Pierre-Dupuy school reunited in May for a night of artistic creation with MU and SAT artists, including TiND and Création Ex Nihilo.

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Visits and school projects with the CSDM
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For six years, the collaboration between Campus SAT and the Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) has been offering students and teachers the chance to participate in creative digital media workshops and to visit the SAT, inspiring the next generation of creators/researchers. The discovery and creation workshops in VJing particularly allow students to experiment with real-time video mixing.

By supporting the development of schools connected to current and emerging culture, we offer students educational experiences that go beyond the traditional curriculum. In addition, through projects related to their interests, we favour the success of young people by updating the way they view their school, while offering new opportunities to express the full potential of their talents.

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Campus SAT @ Lumifest 2017
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As part of Lumifest, Campus SAT offered creative workshops at the Vieux-Longueuil fire station about video art creation. The activities took place between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m., and aimed to introduce youth and adults to experimenting with VJing and stop motion.

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The SAT Family Technology Day
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The SAT, in partnership with Accès culture, opened its doors to children, teenagers, and their families on October 21, November 4, and December 17, 2017! Between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., guided by our friendly hosts, participants enjoyed interactive digital kiosks, projections in the dome, and meetings with artists, all for free.

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Fête dansante à l’école Cardinal-Léger, arrondissement d’Anjou
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En collaboration avec l’arrondissement d’Anjou, des ateliers d’initiation à la création numérique furent offerts aux élèves de 5e et 6e année de l’école Cardinal-Léger, dans le cadre du Programme de médiation culturelle des arrondissements montréalais. À travers ce projet, les élèves ont découvert la création vidéo en direct (VJing) et ont pu créer leurs propres visuels utilisés lors d’une fête dansante avant les vacances des fêtes.

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Augmented reality circuit at comic book artist Michel Hellman’s exhibit
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A group of youth from the maison de la culture de Côte-des-Neiges learned how to create animations inspired by drawings from the comic book artist Michel Hellman, who conceived a series of drawings of the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood. The animations created by the youth were exhibited in an augmented reality circuit which was open to the public during Michel Hellman’s exhibit.

Frédéric Back and augmented reality
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A project completed in collaboration with Une école montréalaise pour tous, the SAT, and the TOHU.

The SAT and the TOHU partnered up with the organization Une école montréalaise pour tous for the creation of an augmented reality circuit at the Frédéric-Back park, produced by students from Montreal elementary classes.

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ORGANIZE A SPECIAL PROJECT IN YOUR SCHOOL OR ORGANIZATION

Would you like to put together an activity for children and teenagers in your group? Contact us at jeunesse@sat.qc.ca or at 514-844-2033, Ext. 230 for more information and to start creating your project.

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