Synapse C aims to enhance and pool arts and culture data development expertise in Québec and Canada and become an international reference in the augmentation of these data to benefit the cultural ecosystem.
Establish a data culture within the cultural sphere; play a pivotal national role in promoting data-related knowledge between the cultural, academic and business sectors; position Synapse C as a key global player in cultural data management.
The approach advocated by Synapse C is entirely based on the synergy between the partners collaborating in every step of the data pooling process. The ability of the data analysis sector, creative industries and arts to work together to build a genuine co-construction of knowledge is the key to our organization’s success. The model set out by Synapse C always gives priority to collective projects and data analyses that benefit several cultural partners.
Synapse C Team
Got data? We can make sense of them!
Viêt Cao, manager and senior analyst
514-879-0009, poste 268
Diane De Courcy, development and strategic partnerships
514-879-0009, poste 402
Juliette Denis, mobilization officer
514-879-0009, poste 403
Lorea Goudour, executive assistant
Simon Labbé St-Vincent, analyst
Éric Lefebvre, director
514-879-0009, poste 223
Emilie Liu, analyst
514-879-0009, poste 404
Eric Trépanier, business intelligence advisor
Research and transfer committee
The Research and transfer committee essentially aims to spark a conversation and establish collaborations between the cultural sphere and researchers in different fields, including artificial intelligence, data analysis, health, marketing, law, urban planning and tourism. Their combined knowledge helps better identify research focuses in data analytics and business intelligence to support the cultural sector.
The committee is also mandated to share its knowledge and learnings and disseminate the know-how it develops, in particular through conferences and training.
Renaud Legoux, co-chair, research and transfer committee,
professor in the Department of Marketing
Louise Poissant, co-chair, research and transfer committee
scientific director of the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Society and culture