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Festival Eurêka! is an invitation to discover, experiment, exchange and reflect on technological, social and environmental issues that we face today. During this free and fun festival, the public is invited to meet with researchers, engineers, technicians, and students and engage in conversations about science in 2019. Thanks to interactive activities, Eurêka! successfully shares their enthusiasm for science and brings together “those who perform science and those who experience it in their daily lives.” Eurêka! Festival 2022: TBD Location: The Old Port Montréal

Festival Eurêka! is an invitation to discover, experiment, exchange and reflect on technological, social and environmental issues that we face today. During this free and fun festival, the public is invited to meet with researchers, engineers, technicians, and students and engage in conversations about science in 2019. Thanks to interactive activities, Eurêka! successfully shares their enthusiasm for science and brings together “those who perform science and those who experience it in their daily lives.” Eurêka! Festival 2022: TBD Location: The Old Port Montréal A Montreal-based cultural initiative founded in 1999, ELEKTRA festival is dedicated to immersive experiments and installations. The festival makes it possible to discover the diversity of performance practices, particularly audiovisual and robotics. For its 20th anniversary, ELEKTRA looks back on its greatest successes of the last 20 years. The 2019 festival will once again present the iconic pieces that made the success of ELEKTRA, accompanied by new works by emerging artists. Elektra Montréal 2022: TBD Location(s): USINE C, Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), La Cinémathèque québécoise, Elektra Gallery, Ellephant, Oboro, Perte de Signal, & more.

Festival Eurêka! is an invitation to discover, experiment, exchange and reflect on technological, social and environmental issues that we face today. During this free and fun festival, the public is invited to meet with researchers, engineers, technicians, and students and engage in conversations about science in 2019. Thanks to interactive activities, Eurêka! successfully shares their enthusiasm for science and brings together “those who perform science and those who experience it in their daily lives.” Eurêka! Festival 2021: May 15, 2021 Location: The Old Port Montréal A Montreal-based cultural initiative founded in 1999, ELEKTRA festival is dedicated to immersive experiments and installations. The festival makes it possible to discover the diversity of performance practices, particularly audiovisual and robotics. For its 20th anniversary, ELEKTRA looks back on its greatest successes of the last 20 years. The 2019 festival will once again present the iconic pieces that made the success of ELEKTRA, accompanied by new works by emerging artists. Elektra Montréal 2021: TBD Location(s): USINE C, Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), La Cinémathèque québécoise, Elektra Gallery, Ellephant, Oboro, Perte de Signal, & more.

Festival Eurêka! is an invitation to discover, experiment, exchange and reflect on technological, social and environmental issues that we face today. During this free and fun festival, the public is invited to meet with researchers, engineers, technicians, and students and engage in conversations about science in 2019. Thanks to interactive activities, Eurêka! successfully shares their enthusiasm for science and brings together “those who perform science and those who experience it in their daily lives.” Eurêka! Festival 2021: May 15, 2021 Location: The Old Port Montréal A Montreal-based cultural initiative founded in 1999, ELEKTRA festival is dedicated to immersive experiments and installations. The festival makes it possible to discover the diversity of performance practices, particularly audiovisual and robotics. For its 20th anniversary, ELEKTRA looks back on its greatest successes of the last 20 years. The 2019 festival will once again present the iconic pieces that made the success of ELEKTRA, accompanied by new works by emerging artists. Elektra Montréal 2021: TBD Location(s): USINE C, Society for Arts and Technology (SAT), La Cinémathèque québécoise, Elektra Gallery, Ellephant, Oboro, Perte de Signal, & more.

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