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La Croustade produced a 12-episode circus web...
"Éline Guélat and Vincent Jutras have sweet tooth. After meeting at the National Circus School in 2016, the two artists founded their own company, La Croustade, in 2018. Projects were going well[...]
Customized 12-week at-home circus fitness program...
Members of the group Circus for Change, Aaron Koz, Max March-Steinman and Bethany Shao, have put together an online guide for aerial artists to build a customized 12-week at-home circus program to[...]
Cirque Éloize shoots its very first web film
"The pandemic having forced the end of all its shows, Cirque Éloize was looking for a way to bring some joy to the lives of its artists and the public. The Quebec company will present its very first[...]
The Quebec government grants an additional $3...
"Minister of Culture and Communications Nathalie Roy announces that she is increasing the core funding granted to 107 arts training organizations by $3,059,118 for the fiscal year 2020-2021, as part[...]
Call for outdoor projects for summer 2021
TOHU, Montréal’s contemporary circus presenter seeks short circus shows and acts, including those already created and those currently in development, aswell as circus-based street performance[...]
Call for nominations: Research ethics committee
The National Circus School of Montreal and its research center (CRITAC) are currently in the process of setting up a research ethics committee (CER). As part of this committee, they wish to recruit a[...]
Call for collective participations QUEBEC ON STAGE
Each year, CINARS organizes a series of collective participations in certain international events under the banner QUÉBEC ON STAGE. These activities aim to promote Quebec productions abroad and[...]
The public is seduced by online culture
"The COVID-19 pandemic has forced theaters, festivals and orchestras to opt for webcasting. And the good news is that audiences are generally, and sometimes massively, in attendance, according to the[...]
Olivier Sylvestre: "I can't wait to get back on...
Le Journal de Québec portrays the life of Olivier Sylvestre, a circus artist specializing in the German wheel, who used to work for Cirque du Soleil, and who has had to take a job in a café in[...]
Omnium Circus met la diversité au premier plan
The U.S. company Omnium Circus, a bold new circus, will present their show online, a virtual celebration of diversity, on December 12, in association with Circus Talk and Disability Unite. Pay what[...]
Support for Québec artists for the Edinburgh...
The Culture Service at the Québec Government Office in London is starting to prepare to support Québec artists who will be programmed in the Edinburgh Fringe in the summer of 2021 (whether in[...]
The National Circus School of Montreal's 2021...
It is now possible to register for the higher education (DEC-DEE) and the Circus-high school education. Given the current context surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the health measures put in[...]