All organizations proposing activities related to digital creativity between March 21 and June 21, 2017, are inviting to register for the fourth edition of the Montreal Digital Spring by following this link : http://bit.ly/2jEBoLm

The last edition was a resounding success with 514 592 people taking part in 282 digital activities, proposed thanks to the collaboration of 269 organizations. This success has greatly contributed to position Montreal as the world’s best city for digital creativity.

You can join this movement by participating in the program of the 2017 edition of the Montreal Digital Spring. « In only three editions and thanks to a massive collective effort, Digital Spring has shed light on the strength of our fast-growing ecosystem that fosters enthusiasm among the general public in the city. Creators, producers, broadcasters and researchers can all benefit from this powerful dynamic while playing an active role in shaping a program that reflects the diversity and values of the ecosystem » – says Suzanne Gouin, President on the board of directors of Digital Spring.

« The diversity of actors involved in the Digital Spring program exemplifies the richness of the Montreal ecosystem of digital creativity– says Mehdi Benboubakeur, director of Digital Spring. Their participation is crucial to provide greater accessibility to digital art and technologies to the general public and to support Montreal’s position on the international scene ».

To be mentioned in all our communication and promotion tools, the registration of all activities shall be completed by February 28th, 2017.

The launch party of the Montreal Digital Spring 4th edition will take place on Thursday, March 30th at the McCord Museum.

After Hours at the McCord – Montreal Fashion Tech (March 30, 2017) is organized by the McCord Museum in partnership with Ville de Montréal and Montreal Digital Spring, and the contribution of Valerie Lamontagne / 3lectromode Wearables. It is the official opening night of the 2017 Montreal Digital Spring. The McCord After Hours series is presented by National Bank, in collaboration with La Presse+.

Digital Spring main partners

Digital Spring is produced in association with Journal Metro, and is supported by Concertation Montréal, Tourism Montreal and La Vitrine. This project also receives financial support from the Ville de Montréal, through a financial contribution from the Gouvernement du Québec as part of the Entente Montréal 2025, which is managed by the Secrétariat à la région métropolitaine.

About Digital Spring

Digital Spring introduces a broad audience to the works of digital creators and attracts an international clientele due to the scope and diversity of its program. This major initiative strengthens Montréal’s positioning as a creative capital, favours emerging and innovative practices, and encourages collaboration by connecting the communities that facilitate it – creation, production, broadcasting, research, industry, tourism and institutions, such as museums and universities.