CINARS (International Exchange for the Performing Arts)
Launched in 1984, CINARS (International Exchange for the Performing Arts) is an arts market held once every two years in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as one of the world’s leading performing arts markets. Over 1550 performing arts professionals from some 40 countries gather at this biennial arts market for networking. During the six-day schedule, some 150 artist groups from Quebec and other parts of Canada and abroad appear for talks, workshops and performances of their works. Many North American artists come here to connect with producers, programmers and curators from around the world to expand their realms of activity to the world markets.
CINARS (International Exchange for the Performing Arts) is an arts market held once every two years in Montreal, Quebec, Canada primarily for the purpose of promoting Canada's performing arts internationally. Since the first holding in 1984 as the International Conference for the Performing Arts, it has grown into one of the world’s largest scale arts market, attracting about 1,000 performing arts professionals including artists, agents, producers and presenters from dozens of countries around the world. The market consists of its Platform and Forums components. The Platform features about 30 showcases by artists and companies from various countries in dance, theater, music and multi-disciplinary arts and booths and presentations by about 150 organizations. The Forums provide a schedule of seminars and workshops concerning issues such as fund raising and networking as well as exchanges and information sharing between performing arts professionals.
|festival name :||CINARS (International Exchange for the Performing Arts)|
|period :||2018.11.12 -> 2018.11.17|