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Auditions in Montreal: Physical acting training...
Set up over 25 years ago, DynamO Théâtre’s on-going training program of 210 hours is geared to professional artists looking for a continuing training program that focuses on physical acting. The[...]
No cultural revival plan before 2021
"Concerned about the stretching COVID-19 pandemic which is hitting the cultural community hard, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Steven Guilbeault, is not considering a recovery plan for the[...]
Warehouse sale of second-hand artistic and...
Écoscéno, a Quebec-based NPO whose mission is to reduce the environmental consequences of cultural production, invites the entire community to a large warehouse sale filled with second-hand[...]
Free Machine de Cirque show in Baie de Beauport
"The circus artists will present five scenes in a variety of disciplines, including skating, acrobatic cycling, trampo-wall, Korean boarding and straps. Each chapter of the 50-minute guided tour will[...]
Listening to victims’ voices in circus
Read this Circus Talk article on the rise of a « wind of social justice » blowing on the circus industry and shining a light on the prevalence of abuse. It voices the concerns of circus artists who[...]
D’Arts et de rêves's auction is online!
59 art works are auctioned off thanks to the generosity of donors and artists. The specificity of their auction is that it gives visibility to the artists in these times when studios and art[...]
Ban on festivals lifted in Quebec
"After authorizing gatherings of 250 people in closed public places, Quebec gave the green light to the same measure in outdoor public places. The new directive means the cancellation of festivals[...]
Summer camp memories: but where is the circus?
"Samara Healey has been attending the camp Geronimo in Lachute since the age of seven. When she learned that summer camps would be closed for the summer, she admits that she was "super sad". It's the[...]
Flip Fabrique back in creation
"The Quebec City circus troupe Flip Fabrique is working on a new creation "COVID-proof", which could be presented as early as September in the National Capital. Six º will feature five acrobats led[...]
Temporary assistance for performance venues in...
"As part of the economic recovery plan for the cultural sector, the Minister of Culture and Communications, Nathalie Roy, is pleased to announce the implementation of a new temporary assistance[...]
Artist-in-Residence program at Fool's Paradise
The Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence Program of the Ontario Heritage Trust is calling for applications! How would you like to spend one to three months in 2021 in a picturesque cottage with a[...]
Now more than ever: Towards a national network of...
The National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts is a group comprised of members of existing Canadian pro-bono legal clinics. As part of Phase 1 of their project, they put forth a needs assessment,[...]