What’s new in the circus world?
Find all the latest news about the circus arts and the community in Canada and around the world.
Artistic residencies in the Accès culture network
Montreal artists, collectives and artistic companies have until August 17 at 5 p.m. to submit their residency applications to the Accès culture network. This residency is intended to be "a moment[...]
Training studios are reopening in Montreal
Starting this week, circus artists can train again in the studios of The 7 Fingers, Cirque Éloize and TOHU in a safe environment that complies with public health measures! Thanks to the support[...]
Performing Arts Technical Rendezvous 2020 soon...
The annual professional development meeting for technical directors and professional stage technicians in Quebec is coming up! Nine activities will be held in a hybrid format of distance learning[...]
Funding secured for the Being Black in Canada...
"Today, the Fabienne Colas Foundation announced new support for the Being Black in Canada program from presenting sponsor Netflix, in collaboration with National Bank, and the support of Canada[...]
Free online workshops to help you relaunch your...
Les Journées de la culture are launching a series of online workshops (in French) during the months of August and September. Designed to support cultural professionals in relaunching their[...]
La Bulle des Kombini: a COVID-free performance by...
In response to the health crisis, Les Foutoukours wanted to provide a soothing and magical experience for citizens. To this end, they created a new concept of walking animation that respects physical[...]
First Aboriginal chairman of the Board of the CCA
"Anishinaabe writer and broadcaster Jesse Wente has been named chair of the Canada Council for the Arts. “I’m very honoured and thankful and appreciative of being given the appointment,”[...]
Open letter: Fairness in cultural revival in...
Signed by nine cultural organizations, the objective of the letter addressed to the Minister of Culture and Communications Nathalie Roy is "to ensure that the revival of culture is inclusive, equal,[...]
Exceptional summer programming at TOHU
"TOHU, the circus arts centre in Montreal, has announced that they will be performing mobile shows and performances in front of St-Michel balconies this summer for residents, as well as setting up[...]
Public gatherings of 250 people soon allowed in...
"Quebec is boosting the size of public indoor and outdoor gatherings as the province continues to ease measures related to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The government announced Thursday it will[...]
Ontario-based artist brings circus arts to your...
"The coronavirus pandemic has made summer activities pretty scarce for kids. Getting together for the usual summer camps alongside other programming that would normally entertain kids – while[...]
Call for projects for emerging artists in Montreal
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Conseil des arts de Montréal, in collaboration with Culture Montréal, are launching a call for projects to emerging artists who wish to obtain[...]