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Corporate member 

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To be recognized as a corporate member, an incorporated or legally constituted entity (with the exception of artists’ collectives) must have a main mission that lies in the area of the circus arts according to one of the following sub-categories:

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What type of organization do you have?

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Definition:
Organization whose main mission is to create, produce or revive circus works.

Eligibility requirements:
• Be legally constituted for at least one year under the law prevailing.
• Have created, produced or promoted at least one circus show or have provided services to the circus arts community during the past year.
• Be recognized by peers.

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Definition:
Organization whose main mission is to produce shows.

Eligibility requirements:
• Be legally constituted for at least one year under the law prevailing.
• Have created, produced or promoted at least one circus show or have provided services to the circus arts community during the past year.
• Be recognized by peers.

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Definition:
Organization whose main mission is to promote circus shows or numbers before audiences.

Eligibility requirements:
• Be legally constituted for at least one year under the law prevailing.
• Have created, produced or promoted at least one circus show or have provided services to the circus arts community during the past year.
• Be recognized by peers.

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Definition:
Organization that provides services and whose main mission is to support the circus community.

Eligibility requirements:
• Be legally constituted for at least one year under the law prevailing.
• Have created, produced or promoted at least one circus show or have provided services to the circus arts community during the past year.
• Be recognized by peers.

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Definition:
Organization whose main mission is to offer courses, activities, internships or workshops in circus arts from the perspective of social education.

Eligibility requirements:
• Be legally constituted for at least one year under the law prevailing.
• Have created, produced or promoted at least one circus show or have provided services to the circus arts community during the past year.
• Be recognized by peers.

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Enrolment procedures

To become a member, organizations must complete the application form, pay the applicable dues and attach the following documents:

• Proof of incorporation (letters patent and general by-laws).
For an artists’ collective, overview of a creative or promotional project.
A resolution by the board of directors or a letter from the organization’s senior management with the names of three representatives from the organization.
Proof of achievement of the organization’s mission in the context of creation, production, promotion or services. This could be a contract or a letter of agreement signed by a third party.
• An attestation from peers (letter for obtaining a grant, prizes, letter of recommendation from a peer, etc.).
For creative, production and promotion companies, visual evidence (portfolio, video link and/or website) of works they have created or promoted.

Incomplete applications will not be processed.

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