- macSUP residency
- Symposium Rethinking our futures - Publication online!
- "Éveil/Alive" for circulation
- "The Dead Web – La Fin" available for circulation
- Networking and Scouting Residency for Curators
- "The Dead Web – La fin" at the Mapping Festival
- "The Dead Web – La fin" at Mirage Festival
- Diversity and equal opportunity policy
- Molior 15 years | Online Publication on Daniel Langlois Foundation's website
- MIRAGE FESTIVAL
- SIGNAL FESTIVAL 5th edition in Prague (Czech republic)
- Biela Noc 3rd edition in Bratislava (Slovakia)
- Biela Noc 8th edition in Košice (Slovakia)
- Colloquium : Contemporary Digital Art: Conservation, Dissemination and Market Access
- Molior 15 years | Fund raising
- Rhythms of the Imagination, Technological Tools and Works
- TransLife International Triennial of New Media Art 2011
- Fanfare (Ottawa)
- Captatio oculi
- Silly Circuits
- Contrainte/Restraint : New Media Art Practices from Brazil and Peru (Montréal)
- eARTS BEYOND : Shanghai International Gallery Exhibition of Media Art
- Fanfare (Montreal)
- FILE 2005
- VAE 9 – Festival Internacional de Video/Arte/Electrónico
- Rotoscopic Machines
- Totem sonique (Montreal)
- Silverfish Stream
Forthcoming /Diversity and equal opportunity policy
DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY
Molior is proud to present its Diversity and equal opportunity policy in the hopes of contributing to the betterment of issues such as representation, awareness and access to information in the digital arts sector.
Molior adheres to the principles of equity put forth by the Canada Council for the Arts.
“Equity is a principle and process that promotes fair conditions for all persons to fully participate in society. It recognizes that while all people have the right to be treated equally, not all experience equal access to resources, opportunities or benefits. Achieving equality does not necessarily mean treating individuals or groups in the same way, but may require the use of specific measures to ensure fairness.”
From its beginnings, Molior—founded by a woman—has always been aware of the crucial importance of including women among its staff, collaborators and the artists it represents. This alignment has led us to encourage a pluralism of creative expressions.
Molior commits itself to facilitate and foster the inclusion of women, Indigenous persons, persons from diverse cultural communities (or visible minorities as defined by the Employment Equity Act - S.C. 1995, c. 44) and persons with disabilities. Molior recognizes that pluralism contributes to a dynamic art ecosystem and it therefore adopts the principle of equity to ensure that all Canadian artists may have the opportunity to flourish in their creative and professional endeavours.
Molior supports the representation and awareness raising efforts initiated by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (1).
Molior pledges to raise awareness among its staff, directors and committees regarding the inclusion of cultural diversity by first ensuring that all have read the present document and by encouraging discussions about equal access to artistic production and dissemination. Through its collaborations with multiple international partners, Molior undertakes to foster artists at risk of being marginalized by promoting their visibility and stressing the importance of equality so as to ensure the continuity and dissemination of their productions.
In supporting the dissemination of Canadian works and a representation that faithfully reflects the Canadian art landscape, Molior is also committed to drawing up a uniquely comprehensive list of Canadian artists working with technological arts who are women, Indigenous, from culturally diverse communities and persons with disabilities, and to continually update it. The goal of this is to facilitate the inclusion of these artists and to favour their access to the opportunities that the organization offers.
Molior acknowledges the inequalities linked to race, gender, social and economic classes and other normative social constructions that impact the representation of artists in general, but also that of artists who create digital art. These inequalities engender an inequitable access to technology and information, a fact that is reflected in the emergence, production and dissemination of digital arts. Whenever possible, Molior undertakes to utilize the above-mentioned list to ensure a plurality of voices in any project, event or activity in which the organization participates.
NETWORK DEVELOPMENT AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION
Molior pledges to develop its contacts with organizations or groups that represent the interests of artists who are women; Indigenous; from diverse cultural communities; people with disabilities and to share the present document with them. Molior intends to draw up a plan to promote its visibility among these organization and to open a line of communication and exchange by sharing its press releases and calls for projects and by paying greater attention to their projects and staying abreast of their news output.