ARTICLES

More than 2500 new images transferred from ENOAC to SAMUEL (Copibec)


April 15, 2016 - Since launching its public interface at the end of October 2015, participating artists have steadily contributed to enriching the Entrepôt numérique d’oeuvres artistiques contemporaines (the Digital Warehouse of Contemporary Artistic Works) better known under the name of ENOAC.

A digital bank of contemporary Quebec artistic works, the ENOAC is a joint project of four artists’ associations: Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec, Association des professionnels des arts de la scène du Québec, Illustration Québec et Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec. 1

Did you know that recently about 2,500 new images have been transferred from ENOAC to SAMUEL, the digital platform developed by COPIBEC, in order to enrich its artistic content intended for the educational system? SAMUEL offers teachers and students a varied catalog of books, periodicals, press photos, art works, lyrics and more!

That's it, the Warehouse is Open!


October 29, 2015 - ENOAC opens its public interface today with over 2384 artistic works by Quebec artists working in the fields of Visual Arts, Stage Design,Illustration and Crafts. Complementing these works are some 3594 related documents.

The Contemporary Art Digital Warehouse (Entrepôt numérique d'oeuvres artistiques contemporaines) will continue to expand its content with the participation of a growing number of artists. The project is in constant evolution. Ultimately, researchers will be able to view the full content on each of the artists.


The Origin

In 2012, in the context of the economic, media and societal changes caused by virtual media, four associations of artists joined forces to create a digital library bringing together contemporary Quebec works in visual arts, crafts, stage design and illustration.