We’d like to thank all the individuals who welcomed us into their homes with open arms and made this virtual experience of Hanging Out possible. Thanks to our partners, who were greatly involved in the logistics of these shoots.
Thank you to everyone who shared their precious testimonies during the great consultation tour led by La Boîte Rouge VIF between 2010 and 2013; your words give depth to these exchanges.
This project was made possible through the Virtual Museum of Canada's Virtual Exhibits Investment Program. The Virtual Museum of Canada is administered by the Canadian Museum of History with the financial support of the Government of Canada.
- A production of La Boîte Rouge VIF.
- Project management: Jean-François Vachon
- Design and script development: Jean-François Vachon and Olivier Bergeron-Martel
- Shooting of immersive videos: Jean-François Vachon
- Filming and post-production of complementary audiovisual content: Carl Morasse, François-Mathieu Hotte, Bogdan Stefan, Olivier Bergeron-Martel and Guillaume Internoscia
- Descriptive transcriptions: Marilyne Soucis and Jean-François Vachon
- Post-production of immersive videos: Marc-André Bernier and Jean-François Vachon
- Audio professionalization of immersive videos: Peak Media.
- Subtitle integration: Guillaume Internoscia and Maxime Girard
- Writing: Daniel Jean
- Graphic design: Pierre-Alexandre Audet
- Multimedia integration: Mathieu Arseneault
- Programming: Jonathan Dubé
- Translation: Maude Cournoyer, Mélanie Dutil, Amanda Mosher and Jessica Poitras-Quigley
- Linguistic revision: Marie-Claude Blackburn and Jessica Poitras-Quigley
- Collaborative development: Jimmy-Angel Bossum, Justine Bourdages, Joanie Desgagné, Mélissa-Jane Gauthier, Sophie Kurtness, Yvette Mollen, Marc Pedneault, Laurie Poirier, Jean St-Onge, Shana St-Onge and Mireille Vachon
- Professionals in education: Emmanuelle Aurousseau, Shannon Blacksmith-Charlish, Dominique Bégin, Loïc Di-Marcantonio, Céline Nepton, Éric Noël, Claudie Robertson and Christine Tremblay.
- Collaborators for additional content: Project “Des tentes aux maisons - volet Musée” (resp. Laurent Jérôme) CURA Tetauan. “Habiter le Nitassinan mak Innu Assi”, directed by André Casault. Project “Inuit Are Really Skillful: Inuit Perspectives on Autonomy and Guidance” (Resp. Fabien Pernet, Laurent Jérôme and Louis Gagnon) CURA Inuit Leadership and Governance in Nunavut and Nunavik, directed by Frédéric Laugrand.
Terms and conditions of use
These contents, in the form of texts, photographs, video and sound recordings, convey comments that only represent the opinions of those who expressed them. They do not in any way engage or represent the positions of the producer of this project, its partners or any Indigenous or non-Native institution.
The contents presented here have not been processed for professional use. The recording conditions contributed to generating unwanted technical characteristics (ambient noise, lighting, framing, white balance, etc.).
Any use of this content for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.
La Boîte Rouge VIF has obtained a license to use the images and comments of the participants (immersive cultural scenes) required for the virtual exhibit Hanging Out.
La Boîte Rouge VIF, the Musée de la civilisation research groups "Design et culture matérielle", CURA Tetauan and CURA Inuit Leadership and Governance in Nunavut and Nunavik jointly hold the rights of use for certain complementary content, which was recorded as part of the development of the exhibition, This is Our Story; First Nations and Inuit in the 21st Century of the Musée de la civilisation.
All subsequent use of the content of this website must be approved through written authorization from La Boîte Rouge vif (and possibly from the Musée de la civilisation). The consent of the individuals who made these testimonies or who appear in any images may be required.
La Boîte Rouge VIF, the Virtual Museum of Canada, the Musée de la civilisation and the research group "Design et culture matérielle" recognize that the words collected and the images (photos and videos) resulting from exchanges among members of Indigenous communities during the research and production phases remain the physical and intellectual property of these individuals.