The Cronenberg Project, Including Body/Mind/Change, Wins the 2014 Ontario Museum Association Award for Excellence in Special Projects

By Cory Angeletti-Szasz ● October 17, 2014 18:00


TIFF’s The Cronenberg Project is the recipient of the 2014 Ontario Museum Association (OMA) Award for Excellence in Special Projects, for the combined nominations of the exhibition David Cronenberg: Evolution, David Cronenberg: Virtual Museum and the interactive Body/Mind/Change initiative, a co-production between TIFF and CFC Media Lab.

Body/Mind/Change, a digital extension of David Cronenberg: Evolution, immerses audiences in a “Cronenbergian” world inspired by the film Videodrome, re-imagined for the 21st century and brought to life across three platforms — online, mobile, and real-world.

The award was presented on October 15, 2014 at the OMA awards reception held in Alliston, Ontario. The OMA Award of Excellence in Special Projects is presented to individuals, institutions, corporations, or agencies that have developed an innovative initiative, or new approach or technique that advances the museum profession.

Click here to read the posting on the Ontario Museum Association’s website.


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