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  

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Margaret Grenier, Michele Emslie and Jim Smith at the launch of the International Market Development Committee

Sharing our pluralism of artistic voices with the world

13 November 2018 – Today, CAPACOA announces the formation of its International Market Development Committee, a sector-led consultative and coordinating entity that will strive to develop opportunities for Canadian artists and enhance reciprocal exchanges with key markets.   Read more

Preview of the article in the International Arts Managers magazine

Downward Slope?

November 5, 2018 – Attendance at performing arts facilities is down from 71% to 60% according to the Access and Availability Survey. Yet, other cultural facilities such as libraries have profoundly transformed their user experience and are now reaping surprising benefits. Are there lessons to be learnt? Surely.   Read more

New Zealand and Australia Performing Arts Tour

October 15, 2018 - New Zealand and Australia Performing Arts Tour Our kiwi partners, the Performing Arts Network of New Zealand (PANNZ), are working with the Adelaide Fringe in South Australia to offer an exiting programme for international presenters to travel to both New Zealand and Australia.   Read more

Doctors can soon prescribe visits to museum.

  October 12, 2018 – As we learned in various studies, Art Heals. That’s the philosophy behind a new initiative from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, which will allow doctors to soon be able to prescribe a visit to a museum.   Read more

Digital Innovation Council for the Performing Arts

"The CAPACOA Conference offers a critical national opportunity for presenters to engage with developing trends and challenging issues in the performing arts, enabling them to be leaders of change for their audiences and communities."

Karilyn Brown, Performing Lines Australia

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