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Eric Craven


Eric Craven is the Community Development Librarian at the Atwater Library and Computer Centre in Montreal, where he also did his graduate studies in Information Science at McGill University. Eric’s work focuses specifically on using digital media to disrupt normative expectations and perceptions in the community. Eric has spent the past 7 years as a coordinator of a Digital Literacy Project to create programming that directly responds to community needs, helping participants learn to express themselves, and to help them build their own communities and work towards their own goals through creative digital media projects. Eric has devised several community new media projects focusing on seniors and digital music, as well as worked with a wide range of academic and community stakeholders bringing different groups of people together, ages 6 through 96, to express themselves through digital art and media. Eric is also a musician and composer who has been working in the Montreal music scene for the past two decades. 

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