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Let’s Play in Toronto!

by cecile

We all know the importance of parks within cities. But they also provide us with new ways to imagine them. (Also, we love trees. Hello!)

On Saturday, February 24th, our co-founder Mouna Andraos will be the keynote speaker at Park People’s Park Summit, Canada’s largest celebration of parks.

This year’s theme, Let’s Play: Montreal in Toronto will be hosted at Toronto’s Daniels Spectrum for a seriously inspiring look at play in parks and public spaces; it’s Canada’s largest gathering of park leaders and champions, planning and design professionals and city builders.

In her keynote, Mouna will present Daily tous les jours’ work creating large-scale interactive installation all across the continent. She will also discuss various strategies the studio has taken to integrate artwork in public spaces.

Let’s show Toronto how Montreal does it!

More infos can be found on Park People’s website
More details about this event here

Eyeo Festival: We Can Dance

by studio

Melissa and Mouna’s talk for the Eyeo Festival at the Walker Art Center is now online. They share their learnings in making people dance together in public spaces – how technology can help (or not), and the importance of having collaborators (who can dance). Also, memorable quotes from Molière and Men Without Hats. Enjoy the stories, enjoy the moves!

La conférence We Can Dance de Mouna et Melissa au Eyeo Festival est en ligne. Elles y racontent leurs dernières aventures à faire danser les gens ensemble dans l’espace public. On y découvre comment la technologie participe (ou pas) et l’importance d’avoir des collaborateurs (qui savent danser). Aussi, des citations mémorables de Molière et Men Without Hats. Bon dimanche!

Eyeo has a great line-up of artists, coders, designers working at the intersection of data, art & technology, check out all the talks here.

Eyeo est un réseau inspirant qui réunit artistes, programmeurs, designers oeuvrant à l’intersection du data, de l’art et de la technologie, toutes les conférences sont à voir ici.