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$ 5 M for physically distanced performances
Having been a great success in 2020, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec's Physically Distanced Performances measure is renewed this year thanks to $5 million in funding from the[...]
A cabaret by Le Monastère in webcast
From April 15 to 22, it will be offered free of charge, however donations are also warmly accepted and encouraged. All funds raised will support the programming of the outdoor circus activities,[...]
L'Aparté continues its mission against...
Since September 2018, L'Aparté has been offering assistance to all people in the cultural sector who are the object of or have witnessed harassment (psychological or sexual) or workplace violence[...]
Launch of Artopole - Maison d'entrepreneuriat...
Last week saw the inauguration of Artopole - Maison d'entrepreneuriat artistique, which is the result of the mutualization of Bureau de Prod and AARTEN.
Lab culturel is recruiting its sixth cohort!
Lab culturel is the only Quebec-wide incubator exclusively dedicated to the realization of innovative digital initiatives in culture. This year, it invites organizations and artists to work on the[...]
Registration for the National Circus School's...
Circus, dance and acrobatic sports enthusiasts between the ages of 9 and 17 are invited to register for the National Circus School's intensive summer camps this July. Registration is open until April[...]
Enrolment for the 2021-2022 physical-actor program
Established over 25 years ago, DynamO Théâtre's the physical-actor program is geared for professional artists who want to take part in an ongoing training program on physical acting. Auditions will[...]
3 million emergency fund for artists and cultural...
The Fondation des artistes is renewing its emergency fund for artists and cultural workers with $3 million in support from the Quebec government. This assistance is open to circus artists, as well as[...]
New fund to support artists and cultural workers...
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) is awarding a grant of $315,000 to the Fondation des artistes du Québec (FDA) for a new psychosocial assistance measure. This assistance will[...]
Clarification of the public health rules in force...
As of this Sunday, April 11, the curfew in Montreal and Laval will be changed to 8 p.m. for an indefinite period. Theaters will remain open. The more severe restrictions in Quebec City, Levis,[...]
Two circus acts at the Talents Bleus finale!
Of the four finalists in the Talents Bleus television competition during the program La Semaine des 4 Julie on Noovo, two are circus acts! The duo Mathieu Cloutier and Myriam Lessard, both graduates[...]
Theatres close in Quebec City, Levis and Gatineau
Quebec City, Levis and Gatineau will be put on pause, due to the exponential increase in cases of COVID-19, starting at 8pm tomorrow April 1st until April 12. During this period, the curfew will be[...]