Intangible Cultural Heritage

A new network of Digital Cultural Development Agents



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Claire Dumoulin

Digital Cultural Development Agent, Conseil Québécois du Patrimoine Vivant, Canada.
MEMORIAMEDIA Review 4. Art.4. 2019


video: Conseil Québécois du Patrimoine Vivant





In April 2019, Quebec province government (Canada) has launched a network of Digital Cultural Development Agents (DCDA). These 47 agents are employed by 56 national, sectorial and regional cultural organizations, funded by the Ministry of Culture and Communications. The network emerges from Quebec’s Digital Cultural Plan, unveiled in 2014. The funding program is planned for 3 years, enough time to impulse an important digital turn within cultural organizations.



Keywords: video art, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Quebec, Canada, Digital Cultural Development Agents.