Programs

General Terms and Conditions

The support offered by Hexagram consists of equipment loans, space preparation and basic technical assistance. It does not include ongoing support from staff. Additional costs for intensive training or coaching will be charged to applicants according to the salary rates of personnel effective at UQAM.

Needs should be assessed and planned as much as possible with the help of the technical coordinator before an application is submitted.

Propositions received after the deadline may be considered and accepted under certain conditions and to UQAM Institution Committee’s discretion.


RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Specific goals
  • Support the development of research-creation projects of members, particularly for projects in their experimentation, implementation, dissemination and documentation phases.
  • Optimize the sharing of resources available at the UQAM site amongst members of the Network.
  • Recognize and promote the research-creation activities of the Hexagram Network and its site at UQAM.
Eligibility criteria
  • Research-creation projects submitted by members must align with Hexagram’s mission and program .
  • Projects submitted by students or collaborators members of Hexagram must be supervised by a co-investigator of the Network (to see a list click here).
  • The supervision confirmation must be submited by the co-investigator supervising the residency before the end of the deadline
  • Student members' projects are eligible only if conducted within the process of research-creation leading to a thesis or research activities related to their study programs.
Criteria for project assessment
  • Relevance in relation to the mission and programming of Hexagram Network.
  • The completeness, consistency and clarity of the proposal and project needs.
  • Feasibility according to the proposed timeline, skills involved, resources requested, and funding or support already obtained towards the project.
  • The number of co-investigator members, collaborators and students involved.
  • The impact and outreach of the project in the academic or cultural milieu.
  • The projects’ contribution to promote a research and creation environment of equity, diversity and inclusion.
Specific terms and conditions
  • The duration of residencies is of a maximum of two consecutive weeks during the semester when the call is launched (12 consecutive days from the first Monday to the second Friday).
  • The same project may be submitted to more than one call for residency in subsequent semesters, providing that the terms and conditions of previous residencies were consistently met. A new form must be filled every semester of additional residencies pertaining to one project and must include a report of the projects’ progress.
  • An application may also be submitted in advance for the two semesters following the current call if a production deadline or presentation activity has already been confirmed in writing (this confirmation must be attached to the form).
  • In order to manage the workload of technical staff, occupancy of premises and sharing of equipment, the residency’s schedule will be determined by coordinators, taking into account as much as possible the dates proposed by applicants.
  • An outreach activity presented to the scientific community or the public should conclude each residency or be organized for a later date to report on the results or the work process.
  • An amount of 1000 $ may be awarded by Hexagram to student members.

ORGANIZATION OF A GROUP ACTIVITY

Specific goals
  • Support group activities between Hexagram’s different categories of members, such as symposia, conferences, research meetings, concerts, shows, exhibitions, workshops, seminars, training, etc.
  • Optimize the sharing of resources available at the UQAM site.
  • Promote research-creation activities of the Hexagram Network and its site at UQAM by supporting opportunities for members to meet with the academic and cultural communities, as well as the general public.
Eligibility criteria
  • Applications are for research-creation activities that align with the mission and program of Hexagram.
  • Projects submitted by students or collaborators members must be supervised by a co-investigator member of Hexagram (to see the list click here).
  • The supervision confirmation must be submited by the co-investigator supervising the activity before the end of the deadline
Criteria for project assessment
  • Relevance in relation to the mission and programming of Hexagram
  • Feasibility according to the proposed timeline, skills involved, resources requested, and funding or support already obtained towards the project.
  • The coherence and clarity of the request.
  • The number of co-investigator members, collaborators and students involved.
  • The impact and outreach of the project in the academic or cultural milieu.
  • The regional, national or international scope of the activity.
  • The projects’ contribution to promote a research and creation environment of equity, diversity and inclusion.
  • Group activities will have priority over residencies when scheduling.
Specific terms and conditions
  • The duration of a proposed group activity is from one to five consecutive days..
  • An outreach activity presented to the scientific community or the public should conclude each residency or be organized for a later date to report on the results or the work process.
  • Note that there is no remuneration for group activities.  

Guide and Application Form

Since it is not possible to save your answers to finish filling the form at a later time, we suggest review the questions and prepare your project submission using the following guide and copy-paste your text into the online form when you are ready to submit your application.


LIST OF REQUESTED INFORMATION

· Type of project (research-creation residency/group activity);
· Responsible co-investigator member’s information and e-mail;
· List of Hexagram members participating in the project (name, member category and university);
· List of non-members participating in the project (name and university);
· Title (250 characters maximum);
· A brief summary of the project. (1000 characters max);
· Context, program of study or research issue in which the project is embedded*;
· Links with Hexagram's mission and orientations;
· Detailed description, objectives and milestones of the project;
· Indicate the format of the planned knowledge-sharing activity (several formats of presentation, publication or exchange may be considered: a round table of invited experts and/or colleagues, an exhibition, an interview with participating members, a demonstration workshop of practices or techniques, etc.);

*Student member projects are only eligible if they are part of the research-creation process leading to the thesis, dissertation, or a supervised project as part of the study program’s curriculum.


Premises/Dates/Equipment

Your preferred premises may not be available on the desired dates.

You will have the possibility to indicate up to 3 spaces and 3 periods (start date to end date of the project) as well as specify portable equipment for an external project.

In addition, in order to allow access to a maximum of members, please note the duration usually granted for each of the spaces:

· Experimentation room maximum of 12 consecutive days
· Agora of the Science Center maximum of 7 consecutive days
· Boiler room of the Science Center maximum of 7 consecutive days
· Mezzanine of the Science Center maximum of 14 consecutive days
Post-production studios maximum of 14 consecutive days


DATES FOR CALLS

Fall programming

Programming :

September to December

Call opening :

Deadline :

22 janvier 2024

11 mars 2024, 23h59

Winter/Summer Programming

Programming :

January to July

Call opening :

Deadline :

to be announced

to be announced


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