Virtual Exhibits

Video Story Page

The Bunker Military Museum in Cobalt, Ontario, chose Idéeclic as partner for the design and production of the virtual exhibition on the experience of war, seen from the perspective of small Canadian towns.

Home page expositionvirtuelle.ca

Idéeclic collaborated with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to design this significant project, destined to become the first interpretive and educational digital resource of the Museum. Idéeclic was mandated to design the bilingual...

Legislative Assembly of Ontario

Legislative Assembly of Ontario Virtual Tour
Since 2011, Idéeclic has worked with the LAO team to plan and development the Educational Portal; an environment for young visitors, teachers, and the general public to learn more about the Legislative Assembly buildings and the educational programs...

Musée de la Civilisation de Quebec

Place Royale, from the present to the past
In 2010, Idéeclic and the Musée de la Civilisation de Quebec partnered in the development of a unique, innovative online experience called Place-Royale, from the present to the past. This National Historic Site, located in Quebec City...

Sharing the Meal!

Sharing the Meal! is a virtual exhibit developed by the Laval University and the Musée de la civilisation de Québec, that is dedicated to capturing the intangible heritage and cultural importance of sharing meals...

Canadian Women of Innovation

In the winter of 2013 Idéeclic was commissioned by the Museum of Science and Technology Canada to develop a virtual timeline highlighting the contributions Canadian women have made to science, technology, engineering and mathematics...

Where to Draw the Line? Editorial Cartoons in Québec, 1950-2000

Where to Draw the Line? Editorial Cartoons in Québec, 1950-2000
Where to Draw the Line? Editorial Cartoons in Québec, 1950-2000 focuses on the collection of editorial cartoons – comparing the French and English perspectives on a variety of issues. This project provides access through the Museum’s search engine to approximately 20,000 caricatures...