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Ottawa Mod Lab

What is Mod Lab?

The Mod Lab is a regular meeting of artists and technologists at the Artengine lab. The group meets every second Wednesday to share ideas and work on projects together. The Mod Lab is open for anyone to come and check out, even if you just want to see what kind of projects people are working!

The Mod Lab formed in the winter of 2010 out the Ottawa Hacker Society and Artengine Producing Members. It is designed to create new connections between all kinds of people engaging creatively with technology, and also to provide an access point for those interested in our electronics lab.

The Mod Lab is extended into the virtual world through the lab mailing list. This list is both an organizing and discussion tool to further extend the open atmosphere of the lab. If you would like to sign up for the list you will receive regular updates on the activities of the Mod Lab and production activities of Artengine in general. You can also post questions, both technical and general, about projects you are working on.

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Subscribe to the Mod Lab mailing list for the most up to date information and to converse directly with ModLab participants. Read past messages in the archive. ModLab can also be found on Twitter



   * Wednesday December 1st 2010, 7 p.m.

Please join the mailing list for the most up to date information.

Meetings are every 2nd Wednesday. That may eventually change to twice a month.


Artengine M70 Lab at Arts Court, 2 Daly Avenue, Ottawa, ON which is across the street from the Rideau Centre and Novotel hotel.

Enter Arts Court from the front entrance, up all those stairs. Pass through the first two sets of doors to enter the foyer and walk straight to where the front hallway ends at the Ottawa Art Gallery. Turn LEFT and walk through two sets of doors. The Artengine Lab is on your RIGHT just after you pass through that 2nd set of doors.

Wheelchair access is possible via the door to the left of the front entrance. Ring the intercom bell at that door, and an attendant from the front desk will come down and open the door for you.

PUBLIC TRANSIT: Mackenzie King Bridge or Rideau St. stations at the Rideau Shopping Centre.


September 2010

October 2010


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