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Check out our most recent news to get the scoop on what’s new and what’s in the works.

Second survey on the impacts related to COVID-19 on the circus arts sector

Second survey on the impacts related to COVID-19...

Today we are launching a second survey to update our data on the impacts of the pandemic in the circus arts sector and to identify the measures needed to revive our activities and ensure the[...]

A historic meeting with the Minister of Canadian Heritage

A historic meeting with the Minister of Canadian...

For the first time, on November 9, a pan-Canadian delegation representing the entire circus arts sector met with Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault in a videoconference. Fourteen[...]

A big step to support continuing education across Canada!

A big step to support continuing education across...

For several years now, we have been looking to expand our continuing education program outside Quebec. Developed in consultation with the community across the country, close to twenty workshops will[...]

New workshops now available for the winter session in Quebec

New workshops now available for the winter...

During the slowdown in professional activities, we offer you new workshops in dance, magic, GYROKINESIS®, grant writing, development plan, financial literacy, inclusive pedagogical approach, legal[...]

En Piste participates in CINARS Web

En Piste participates in CINARS Web

We have been invited to participate in the panel discussion Juggling, contortion and risk: Recent innovations in contemporary circus, on November 10 at noon EST, as part of CINARS Web.  Nathalie[...]

Encouraging support for the dissemination of circus arts

Encouraging support for the dissemination of...

Last year, we launched our study on dissemination, which affirmed the importance of putting in place a measure to support the circulation of shows as well as all forms of dissemination, in order to[...]

Anna Vigeland is our new Canadian development & training programs assistant

Anna Vigeland is our new Canadian development &...

Thanks to an increase of funding from the Canada Council for the Arts (CCA), we are pleased to announce that we now have someone on our team dedicated to pan-Canadian circus development! Anna[...]

A meeting with the Public Health leading to progress

A meeting with the Public Health leading to...

Good news for the circus arts community in Quebec! Physical contact and close physical proximity are now allowed, with no time limit, so long as all parties wear surgical masks. On September 24, we[...]

Against harassment and violence in the circus sector

Against harassment and violence in the circus...

Unfortunately, the circus arts sector is not spared by the presence of psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace. In order to support and equip our professionals, and thus promote a[...]

Submit your individualized training projects for the winter now!

Submit your individualized training projects for...

The time has come to submit the training projects you would like to carry out in the winter session for the Individualized Training Support program and the Individualized Career Support[...]

Panel discussion on changing realities in circus

Panel discussion on changing realities in circus

"For the past six months, like the rest of the performing arts world, Montréal circus has taken a hit. (…) In spite of so many uncertainties, the Quebec circus sector is uniquely positioned and[...]

En Piste takes part in St. John's International CircusFest 2020

En Piste takes part in St. John's International...

En Piste ensures a solid and supportive presence at this third edition of the St. John's International CircusFest by offering four free events: a virtual 5@Cirque, a talk with Sylvie Fréchette, a[...]

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