Request for Proposals: Design & web development of an online exhibition
Request for Proposals
Design & web development of an online exhibition
Submission deadline: Sunday March 7, 2021
We are currently accepting proposals from full-service web agencies to design and develop an interactive virtual exhibition that showcases early Telidon artworks.
In Spring 2023 InterAccess will be launching an online exhibition of Canada’s earliest born-digital artworks. These artworks were created using Telidon, a pre-web, telephone/computer graphic system developed by the Canadian government in the late 1970s. From 1981 to 1987, Canadian artists harnessed Telidon as a ground-breaking experimental tool to push the borders of its technical, educational, and creative potential.
The revived Telidon artworks, recently recovered by a cross-country team of digital archaeologists, will be presented to the public as part of the the Telidon Art Project.
For full details, please view the RFP.
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Image credit: Untitled by Stephen Dennis (circa 1984).