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ROSEQ Summer Network 2021: Call for shows
ROSEQ's Summer Network brings together some thirty performance venues working in small halls with a maximum capacity of 300 seats. Each year, it offers a varied program featuring both well-known and[...]
Campaign to support professional arts training
Have you attended a vocational arts school such as the National Circus School of Montreal or the École de cirque de Québec? Do you know someone who studied in the arts? Do you think professional[...]
Career Resilience Program: Applications open now
The AFC are launching a new educational opportunity for workers in the entertainment industry who have been experiencing employment challenges during the pandemic. The aim is to help them increase[...]
Duo Waz'O at Talents Bleus tonight: Vote for them!
Marie-Christine Fournier and Louis-David Simoneau are fixed trapeze duo artists. Having worked together for more than seven years, they try as much as possible to develop new movements in this[...]
RIDEAU 2021 held online in the spring
The virtual edition of RIDEAU 2021, the largest francophone performing arts market in America, will take place in the spring, in two parts. From April 20 to 23, you will discover inspiring[...]
Creative Games with Caitlan Maggs
In these uncertain times, Caitlan Maggs, an experienced teacher and coach at Cirque du Soleil, invites circus artists to continue to pursue their passion and evolve as artists. Every Wednesday from[...]
Cirkus Syd presents Circus Speakers Platform
Do you know Cirkus Syd? It's a networking platform for international research development and innovation. They hold a few activities on Zoom, including the upcoming Circus Speakers Platform, a[...]
Self-employed workers won't have to repay CERB
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that self-employed workers who claimed the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) based on their gross, rather than net, income will not have to pay[...]
Relaxation of some measures in some regions of...
New public health measures will be in effect as of February 8, 2021. Some regions of Quebec will move to the orange zone, while most will remain in the red zone. Please see the Quebec government[...]
A new digital platform to promote regional...
In order to participate in the economic recovery plan for the cultural sector, the Regroupement des festivals régionaux artistiques indépendants (REFRAIN) will create the first digital platform for[...]
Artist Residency at the Centre culturel Desjardins
The Centre culturel Desjardins in Joliette launches a call for projects for a paid artist residency in March. Since the theatre is closed to the public, it was an ideal opportunity to use their space[...]
Machine de Cirque transforms La Galerie into a...
The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec will collaborate with Machine de Cirque for the shooting of a short film, inspired by their show La Galerie, which was a great success upon its release[...]