Welcome to the Society for Arts and Technology

Customized Training Program in Digital Arts

Would you like to offer one of our training courses in your organization? Are you looking for personalized training courses in digital arts? Our. team will work with you to provide a training program adapted to your needs, with individual or group lessons.

Discover the SAT

Since its creation in 1996, the SAT has been dedicated to the development of digital culture. It is the only place in Montreal (and probably in the world) to bring together under one roof an immersive theater (Satosphere), a research laboratory, a training center, a venue, a café and a restaurant.



The Satosphere is the first immersive theater dedicated to artistic creation. It forms a spherical projection screen that invites artists to explore new conceptual territories. With its dome 18 meters in diameter and 13 meters high, its 8 video projectors and its 157 loudspeakers, the Satosphere places the public at the heart of the audiovisual experience.



The SAT’s gastronomic experience. Culinary creations elaborated in open kitchens celebrate local Quebec products. Reservations available for groups.



Metalab is the research and development laboratory of the SAT. Its mission is twofold: to stimulate the emergence of innovative immersive experiences and to make their design accessible to immersion artists through an ecosystem of open-source software.


SAT Space

An avant-garde urban space open to artists, organizations and promoters for the presentation of innovative and original projects in music and digital art.


SAT Campus

With an educational model at the crossroads of technology and art, the SAT offers a program of evening classes and training for adults, as well as creative workshops and day camps for kids and teens.


Artist’s residency

The creation program at the SAT helps bring out new forms of digital creativity. The artists in residence benefit from artistic and technical support, in addition to the equipment of the SAT. Since its foundation, more than 180 immersive works have been created at the SAT.