Arts, Culture and Heritage
CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT
We are experts in the development of projects on arts, culture and heritage. Our services for cultural institutions consist of:
We are currently working with the Elgin County Museum on an exhibition to relive Canada’s centennial from a regional perspective and to explore issues of cultural identity in the context of the country’s 150th anniversary. It will be the Museum’s opening exhibition in its new location (September 2017).
Last year we created and coordinated Click!, a collective photography project for Museum London, in the context of the exhibition Transamericas: a sign, situation, a concept. We also collaborated with the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario in the campaign to save Camden Terrace, and continued with the promotion and distribution of the Dominion Public Building project, including its exhibition on Rogers TV.
We have worked closely with many cultural institutions throughout the years. The Armando and Anala Planchart Foundation, Proyecto Reveron and UCV –Central University of Venezuela- are among the private and public institutions that have supported our projects, and have consequently benefited from their distribution in terms of public awareness and engagement.
In the late 2000s, we provided services to the Institute of Cultural Heritage in Venezuela. At the time, the institution was implementing the first Census of Cultural Heritage, an innovative program to promote both tangible and intangible heritage. We produced a series of videos and documentaries that were presented at UNESCO in Paris, and also broadly exhibited in regional and local venues.