Montreal Digital Spring (Printemps numérique) is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to boost digital intelligence through various activities of event productions, communication, curation, networking, and mediation with 3 sections: general public, professional and youth.

Since 2014, its flagship event – the Printemps numérique (digital spring) – was held annually in Montreal from March 21 to June 21. This season is both a space for networking between the arts, industry, education and research sectors and a showcase of their productions.

The diverse programming of Montreal Digital Spring makes digital arts more accessible to a larger audience while attracting an international clientele. Throughout the year, the organization is establishing itself in the various digital sectors by organizing forums and events that foster conversations around digital trends and issues of digital transformations.

Major events

  • MTL connect: Montreal Digital Week

Montreal Digital Spring launched in 2019 the first edition of MTL connect: Montreal Digital Week, an annual event using digital intelligence as the overarching theme; this international event aims to look across the board at the main questions related to digital development, focusing on its economic, social, cultural and environmental impacts in various sectors of activity. The second edition was held from October 13 to 18, 2020, with the hosting of ISEA2020 (26th International Symposium on Electronic Art), 100% online.

The third edition will take place from October 12 to 17, 2021 in a hybrid format.

  • #intersections

Montreal Digital Spring is also #intersections, a series of events that brings together actors of digital creativity and other industries around digital transformation issues

  • Youth QC 2030 project

The Youth QC 2030 project – supported by the Quebec Secrétariat à la Jeunesse – aims to establish equal opportunities for youth aged between 13 and 29 by supporting the development of digital literacy skills, hence reducing the digital divide observed between different types of demographic groups.