Providing a platform for community-building and knowledge-sharing at the intersection of art, science and technology.
April 11, 2017
2017 FESTIVAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
Subtle Technologies’ 20th annual festival is just a month away, and tickets and registration are now live!
Exploring the incredibly salient theme of food, farms and future ecologies, this landmark edition will provoke new modes of thinking about interconnection and agriculture at the nexus of art, science and technology.
Find the full program including pricing and registration information on the 2017 festival page.
Jan. 29, 2017
SEEKING NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Subtle Technologies seeks curious, energetic and dedicated collaborators to actively participate in the renovation, strategic planning, and leadership of Subtle Technologies.
Subtle Tech’s Board is comprised of up to 7 individuals possessing a diversity of perspectives, disciplines and expertise. We are seeking insight and input toward the visioning, development, execution and championing of a renovated strategic organizational plan.
Dec. 13, 2016
SEEKING ANIMATED SHORTS ABOUT WATER + ECOLOGY
Call for Submissions:
UNIVERSE IN A GLASS
Deadline: March 1st, 2017
Co-Presented with Toronto Animated Image Society & the Gardiner Museum
August. 10, 2016
SUBTLE TECH PARTNERS WITH INTERACCESS AND THE MUSIC GALLERY FOR MICHAEL TROMMER’S NIGHT SWIMMER
This September, Subtle Technologies will continue its collaborative initiative with its sister organization InterAccess and partner with Toronto’s centre for creative music, the Music Gallery, to mount a site-specific installation on the West Island of Ontario Place.
Night Swimmer, by Toronto-based sound artist Michael Trommer is an ambulatory listening experience, in which visitors walking the south shoreline of the island are immersed in field recordings of nighttime swims along the Georgian Bay. At once nostalgic and uncanny, listeners are presented with sonic vignettes of nocturnal wildlife, child’s play and family dogs in stark visual contrast to the largely unpeopled waters of Lake Ontario.
Click here to learn more!