As part of Ocean Week Canada, Ocean School is collaborating with MAPP_MTL to present The Ocean Station! During the day, people of all ages are invited to create their own marine creature that will be projected into a giant virtual Ocean after sunset. In the evening, test your knowledge of the Ocean and discover this collective video mapping projection.
Saturday June 4th: drawing period and kiosk: 1pm-7:30pm, projection: 9-11pm. Tuesday and Wednesday June 7-8: drawing period and kiosk: 4pm-7:30pm, projection: 9-11pm.
In case of rain, the Saturday session will be postponed to the next day (Sunday, June 5) and the June 7 or 8 sessions will be cancelled.
About Ocean School: Ocean School is a revolutionary educational platform that combines powerful storytelling techniques, immersive technologies and interactive media to foster Ocean literacy. It’s inquiry-based approach advances critical thinking, innovation and environmental awareness. This project is a joint initiative of Dalhousie University and the National Film Board of Canada. Available for free at https://oceanschool.nfb.ca/
About MAPP_MTL: MAPP_MTL was created in 2016 from the desire to offer a showcase space accessible to Montreal talent while democratizing and promoting the development of video mapping. MAPP also positions itself as an active actor in the influence of this emerging practice by offering creative workshops accessible to all and opening a true inclusive dialogue between residents, artists and their neighbourhood.