Full symposium publication now online. The Surrounding Sound symposium brought together a series of presentations and conversations that explored the complex relationship between sound and space.
August 16th and 17th, 2014
at the Canada Science and Technology Museum
Landline is a free app for audio archiving site-specific experiences.
Created by artists: Megan Smith, Michael Grant & Jean-Marc Le Blanc
Our new Open Workshops are designed to share information with the cultural community about everything and anything you might be interested in. Get your basics in soldering or learn about Google Sketch Up and then come to the Mod Lab and build a new interactive circuit or use the 3D printer to bring your design to life. more >>
A sound walk that explores the relationship between music and architecture. more >>
Combining contemporary soundscapes with our most ubiquitous form of transportation, Artengine brings you Nite Ride - a permanent sound installation for car stereos. more >>
The newest piece of equipment in our evolving M70 Lab is the Zing30 Laser Cutter. With a 12" x 24" cutting area this versatile new tool can cut and engrave a wide variety of materials from plastics to wood to paper to leather. Come check out the new tool during our regular Mod Lab meet ups. more >>
Every year Artengine invites a writer or critic to delve more extensively into issues of art and technology on our Driving Creativity Blog. Check out posts from Megan, and other past residents (Megan Smith, Rhiannon Vogl and Jaenine Parkinson) here on our blog.
Dragon's Tea Trio in Concert!
Sat, Mar 7, 7:30 PM
Tour of Collecting our Thoughts
Mon, Mar 9, 12:15 PM