Our project entitled the Souterraine Impressions, has come to a conclusion. It involved documenting, researching, and recreating images and carvings made in 1917 by Canadian soldiers sheltered in an underground cave in France prior to the Battle for Vimy Ridge. These First World War soldiers etched into the chalk walls to pass the time, but also to leave behind something by which to be remembered – something which was never fully documented. CANADIGM recreated these carvings and linked the men who did them. This work culminated in a travelling exhibit.

Needless to say, costly and specialized equipment is required for continuing this kind of work, along with travel expenses, exhibit costs, and logistical considerations. To this end, we sustain CANADIGM through services available to public institutions and educational facilities. We look forward to providing our expertise to you to document and digitize artifacts and objects, as well as by renting the objects we have created.

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We would be happy to discuss your project.

The pandemic has restricted our plans and activities as we are following recommended safety protocols. Yet, we continue to plan future projects and hope to bring this information to you as we move forward.

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