• To create, maintain, operate, and manage an Interactive Virtual Museum which would be the repository and showcase of the history of the Hispanic-Latin American community and its accomplishments and contributions to Canada.
  • To gather, curate, archive, and display Presentially, Digitally, and Virtually all elements pertaining to the presence and contributions of the Hispanic-Latin American community in Canada since the 1500s.
  • To present and display in Presential, Digital, and immersive virtual formats the arts, culture, academia, science, literature, theatre, sports, entertainment, women, youth, media, news of the times, inter alia of the Hispanic-Latin American community in Canada through new media, virtual reality and other formats and platforms.
  • To educate the Hispanic Latin American community in Canada and Canadians in general in Digital Humanities, an area of scholarly activity at the intersection of computing or digital technologies and the disciplines of the humanities.  This includes the systematic use of digital resources in the humanities, as well as the analysis of their application as they pertain to the Hispanic-Latin American presence in and its contributions to Canada
  • To encourage members of the Hispanic–Latin American community in Canada to contribute information, documents, and other material in various formats to the archives of the Museum to be stored, curated, digitized, and displayed Presentially, Digitally and in three-dimensional virtual social spaces powered by the proven and robust framework developed by the creators and developers of the FIVARS international virtual reality festival, the VRTO World Conference and lead developers behind JanusWeb.
  • To solicit funds to maintain and expand the Canadian Hispanic-Latin American Virtual Museum.
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Step into a world of art, culture, and history like never before with the Canadian Hispanic-Latin American Virtual Museum (CHLAVM), a groundbreaking virtual museum coming to life in 2024!

We invite you to embark on an extraordinary journey through time and space, exploring the wonders of human creativity from the comfort of your own home.

The Canadian Hispanic-Latin American Virtual Museum’s project entitled:
“Heritage Ceremonial Costumes: Keeping Identity Alive in Canada” will digitize and share 6 heritage ceremonial costumes made and used in Canadian performances by Canadian Hispanic-Latin American artists between the 1970s and early 2000s.

The heritage costumes represent the Andean countries:
1-  the Devil Dancers of the Oruro Festival – Bolivia
  the Afro-Uruguayan expression of Candombe – Uruguay
  the Inca celebration of the Sun God, Inti Raymi – Ecuador 

Be at the forefront of this digital revolution in the art world. Join us in celebrating the launch of the CHLAVM in 2024 and unlock a whole new dimension of art appreciation. Mark your calendars, spread the word, and get ready to embark on an awe-inspiring adventure from the comfort of your own screen. Visit our website for updates, sneak peeks, and exclusive previews. Prepare to witness art come alive in the digital realm with the CHLAVM, where the past, present, and future intertwine to create an unparalleled museum experience.