Interaccess electronic media arts centre

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Interaccess electronic media arts centre
Status active
Country Canada
State or District Ontario
City Toronto
Date of founding 1983/07/01
Last Updated 2012-08-16
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Membership fee $100/month or less

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Our History

InterAccess was incorporated in 1983 as a non-profit, artist-run access centre, under the name Toronto Community Videotex. It provided artists with access to the Telidon system, a two-way interactive videotex system now lauded as "the Internet before its time." The name change in 1987 reflected a subsequent shift in emphasis on access to Macintosh-based graphics, multimedia production and a dial-up network known as Matrix.

Some recent events (August 2012):

  • Workshop: Reactive Works - Audio & Video Control with Arduino and PureData
  • Designing with Depth: Kinect for the Kinda Non-Mechanical Audience
  • Workshop: Intro to Analog Robotics with Michael Awad