CAPACOA @ CINARS 2018
 

 

 

CAPACOA will hold its 31th conference in conjunction with the CINARS Biennale and MUNDIAL MONTRÉAL.

 

Delegates will take advantage of bigger than ever international networking opportunities, world-class performances, and thought-provoking professional development.

 

Learn more about CAPACOA @ CINARS  

News

Attendance Trends: Where Are Performing Arts Audiences?

March 12, 2018 – As the demographics of the Canadian population change, so are their habits for accessing live performances and other forms of entertainment. In this last article of the "Attendance Trends" series, we will look at preferred locations for live performance attendance.   Read more

Mobility, Taxation, and Cultural Diplomacy Updates

March 6, 2018 – Trade and cultural diplomacy have been recurrent topics for both the Canadian government and the arts sector lately. As the Canadian Arts Coalition highlighted last month, there have been a suite of good news in both areas. Here are the latest news on these and diverse but related fronts.   Read more

Arts Marketing and Development Conference

March 5, 2018 – Arts Reach will present its Canadian Arts Marketing, Development and Ticketing Conference on June 11-12 in Toronto. The theme for this conference is Building Resilience For Today And Tomorrow!   Read more

Attendance Trends: Captivating Millennial Audiences (part 2)

January 30, 2018 – In a previous article, we established that the Millennial generation is particularly diverse with regards to social values and immigration, and that Millennials are equally or more culturally active than any previous generation. Millennials also have a few singularities when it comes to motivators, barriers and value perception. Here are key findings from research conducted in Canada and in the United States.   Read more

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Karilyn Brown, Performing Lines Australia

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