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Gauge Canadians’ attitudes on returning to...
Last may, "Business / Arts, the National Arts Centre and Nanos Research have come together to gauge Canadians’ attitudes on returning to indoor and outdoor arts and culture events across Canada.[...]
Calls for Quebec-Cuba and Quebec-Haiti projects
The calls for projects for Quebec-Cuba and Quebec-Haiti cooperation are launched by the ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie (MRIF), in collaboration with the ministère de[...]
Circus against all odds: so many projects to be...
This article from La Presse (in French) depicts a few of the circus initiatives born in Montreal during COVID-19. You will find Anouk Vallée-Charest, and artists Marie-Ève Dicaire, Santiago[...]
Circus Harmony's The Balancing Act
"Circus Harmony presents: The Balancing Act: Walking the Pandemic Tightrope on October 10th at 7pm featuring Circus Harmony students and alumni sharing how they are keeping their balance in this[...]
Mitch Garber to step down as chairman of Cirque...
"Mitch Garber announced on Monday that he will be stepping down as chairman of the board of the Cirque du Soleil. This comes on the heels of an ownership change at the financially troubled circus[...]
1 million dollars given to help the Canadian...
AFC, a charitable organization with a mission to help Canadian entertainment professionals maintain their health, dignity, and ability to work, gave $1 million in direct financial assistance to[...]
Teleworking Week starts today in Quebec
"The first ever Teleworking Week kicks off this Monday with virtual conferences on topics that are very topical." "Implanted in disaster situations, telework must now be reviewed and well organized[...]
Battements de cirque under TOHU's big top
"Montreal circus arts centre TOHU has announced a new show that starts tomorrow called Battements de Cirque. Created by Anouk Vallée-Charest, an international circus artist who’s previously[...]
Glimpse into the professional life of 20-year...
Cosmo – also known as Melissa Aston - gives us an insight into the professional life of a clown, before and during the pandemic. Read the article in North Shore News. Cosmo’s Pop-Up Circus will[...]
In Ethiopia, the circus is looking for a second...
"The circus arts arrived late in Ethiopia, in the last decade of the twentieth century. It started in 1991 in Addis Ababa. A small troupe of children with their teachers began to perform in front of[...]
Relaxed distancing measures in arts and sports in...
Following the success of the special measures granted to the film and audiovisual sector during the cultural revival, the Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du[...]
A short video on circus arts in the public space
While the Festival des arts de ruelle (FAR) has been invading Montreal's neighbourhoods with its contagious madness for the past four years, several artistic initiatives, like Bonheur mobile, has[...]