November 12 2018

Mission Lyon: a cultural cohort to disseminate Montréal art!

For the first time, the Conseil des arts de Montréal (CAM) and the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montréal (CCMM) are teaming up to give two representatives from seven Montréal arts organizations a chance to take part in a strategic forum on France-Québec business relations during a trade mission to Lyon, France from November 12 to 15, 2018

Co-organized by Acclr – the CCMM’s expert international trade team – Entreprise du futur, and the Centre Jacques Cartier, the mission will also include many opportunities for personalized meetings; it’sa unique chance to forge lasting relationships with potential partners.

Working to enhance the prosperity of Montréal’s arts community, CAM is proud to support members of our culture sector and help Montréal art spread beyond our borders.

We hope the participants enjoy a mission full of memorable cultural exchanges and new opportunities for fruitful partnerships.


The 2018 cohort
 


Cai Glover
Photo :
Damian Siqueiros

Cas public
Cas Public is dedicated primarily to creating and producing choreographic works in the field of  contemporary dance for young audiences. Its fiery choreographic language, where intense physical engagement meets an innate theatrical sense, breaks intentionally from established codes and brings a critical yet compassionate eye to bear on humanity.

 


Photo : GRIDSPACE

ELEKTRA
ELEKTRA est un organisme diffuseur d’œuvres et d’artistes qui allient arts et nouvelles technologies tout en s’inscrivant dans les esthétiques actuelles de recherche et d’expérimentation. Il offre des contextes optimaux de diffusion aux artistes alliant arts et nouvelles technologies et donne ainsi une visibilité à des projets hybrides, multi ou interdisciplinaires qui intègrent une dimension technologique aux arts contemporains.

 


Photo : Lou Scramble

Ensemble Paramirabo
Ensemble Paramirabo come together as a single voice to perform contemporary music, showcase emerging composers, and expand the boundaries of the traditional concert experience. As a creator of innovative events, the group provides young composers with a venue for refining their trademark within Montreal’s vibrant new music scene and acts as a springboard for exposure abroad.

 


Photo : Luc Vidal

Montréal Comic Arts Festival
The Montréal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) is dedicated to promoting the comic arts on Montréal’s culture scene. The MCAF strives to create a convergence and reference platform and a place where comic artists and their audiences can come together. To this end, it aims to become a professional, bilingual, and federating organization to serve as a crossroads between Europe and the Americas.

 


Photo : Caroline Robineau

Le moulin à musique
Le moulin à Musique reaches out to children through music, creating, producing, and performing musical shows for young audiences. The company’s staged performances combine music with other art forms to offer lighthearted and educational entertainment that focuses on creativity, discovery, and sharing.

 


Photo : Ulysse del Drago

Orange Noyée
Orange Noyée is a theatre company that produces shows and performs in Canada and abroad. By exploring new collective writing forms and an intimate, almost documentary approach, Orange Noyée strives to let performers play a leading role in their own creations. To play around with established codes and blur the boundaries between emitter and receiver, anything can be said without restraint.

 


Photo : Michael Slobodian

Quatuor Bozzini
Quatuor Bozzini is an original voice in new, experimental, and classical music. Their skew is radically contemporary, propelling the hyper-creative Montréal scene, and beyond. Not content to parlay received wisdom, the quartet cultivates an ethos of risk-taking, and boldly ventures off the beaten track. With rigorous qualitative criteria, they have nurtured a vastly diverse repertoire, unbiased by the currents of fashion.