This multi-disciplinary event drew 1,300 participants from 40 countries and presented over 150 shows, including a strong circus element.
aragraph"> This multi-disciplinary event drew 1,300 participants from 40 countries and presented over 150 shows, including a strong circus element. This past November marked the 30th anniversary of CINARS—a multi-disciplinary performance art biennial that draws international exhibitors in dance, circus, theater, and music to the heart of Montreal. The stage gives life and visibility to a range of progressive works, while the conference portion sets up networking opportunities to bolster strategic planning in the international tour circuit. With non-stop “Official” and “Off-Cinars” programming, it’s a dizzying week of hot-topic professional workshops, 25-minute excerpts, full-length features, and an exhibition hall featuring over 130 companies. Presenters and practitioners exchange thoughts on artistic trends and environmental and social conditions affecting global markets, audiences, and artists. Repeat participants se...
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