CINARS, which has been organizing one of the most important international showcases for the performing arts since 1984, has decided to postpone its 19th edition of the CINARS Biennale to May 24th to 29th, 2021. For the past 36 years, The organization’s goal with the CINARS Biennale has been to create a global gathering place to showcase the talent and originality of artists from Quebec, Canada and abroad, with the goal of developing international tours. The majority of these performers have seen their events cancelled, postponed, and their revenues decline or disappear. In addition, health restrictions for international travel and cultural venues are at the heart of the issues in the performing arts. Therefore, CINARS cannot guarantee at the present moment that international performers will be able to travel to Montreal next November, nor that the event will be able to be held properly. The safety and health of all are paramount for the organization. The Biennale has al...
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