Biennale Cinars 2016
Activity

The Great Knowledge Café

Location

Hôtel Bonaventure - Westmount

November 15, 2016 | 02:15PM - 04:15PM

In collaboration with CAPACOA, the CINARS Biennale invites attendees to a knowledge-sharing activity to exchange ideas on 18 themes. The Great Knowledge Café is a dynamic learning place to effect change by figuring out means of communicating across the globe, addressing current issues in the arts, learning more about new development models, and much more.

To take part in this activity, prior registration near the registration area is mandatory. Registration will take place on Tuesday Nov. 15 from 8:30AM until the beginning of the activity in the Westmount Room of the Bonaventure Hotel at 2:15PM.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

• You can reserve a place at two di erent tables. One table for the rst round and one table for the second round.
• There will be between 7 and 8 places available per table for each round.
• Each round will consist in a knowledge sharing session with the experts and a Q&A period.
• Registration will take place on Tuesday Nov. 15th from8:30AMuntilthebeginningoftheactivitynear the Westmount Room at the Bonaventure Hotel.

For more information, please click HERE.

ENCOUNTER THE WORLD

TABLE 1 - HOW TO APPROACH CHINESE MARKET?
Xiaoxia liang , Shanghai children’s art theatre
CHINA

Lin Zhu, Eurovista
CHINA

TABLE 2 - HOW TO COOPERATE WITH NORDIC COUNTRIES?
Elin Norquist, Swedish Arts Council
SWEDEN

Tove Bratten, Performing Arts Hub Norway / PAHN
NORWAY

TABLE 3 - HOW TO COOPERATE WITH SWITZERLAND?
Rares Donca, Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council
SWITZERLAND

Gabor Varga , Bravo Bravo
SWITZERLAND

TABLE 4 - THE PROSPECTIVE CULTURAL PROGRAMS FOR TOKYO 2020 OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES?
Haruhisa Sunami, Arts Council Tokyo
(Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
JAPAN

Shuji Sota, ITI Japan - Japanese Centre of International Theatre Institute
JAPAN

Masato Kishi, Toshima Performing Arts Center, OWLSPOT Theater
JAPAN

TABLE 5 - HOW TO TOUR CANADA?
Sue Urquhart, CAPACOA
CANADA (ON)

Warren Garrett , Ontario Presents
CANADA (ON)

ARTISTIC CHALLENGES
TABLE 6 - NO RISK, NO ART?
Julia Amour, Festivals Edinburgh
UK

Kris Nelson, Tiger Dublin Fringe
IRLAND

TABLE 7 - HOW TO SUPPORT CREATIVELY ARTISTS WORKING FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES?
Noel Jordan, Imaginate
UK

Monique Gosselin, Le Cube - centre international de recherche et de création en théâtre pour l’enfance et la jeunesse
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 8 - HOW TO IMPROVE ARTIST RESIDENCIES?
Jasmine Catudal, La serre
CANADA (QC)

Yannick Marzin, Ma Scène Nationale-Pays de Montbeliard
FRANCE

TABLE 9 - HOW ART SUPPORT RECONCILIATION BETWEEN PEOPLES?
Ben Graetz, Ilbijerri Theatre Company
AUSTRALIA

AUDIENCE’S EXPERIENCE
TABLE 10 - HOW TO DEVELOP A DIALOGUE WITH AUDIENCES?
Jarmo Juha Penttila, Théâtre National de la DANSE Chaillot
FRANCE

Élise Glück, Théâtre Blanc
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 11 - HOW OPENING YOUR SPACE TO THE COMMUNITY?
Christine Curnillon, USINE C
CANADA (QC)

Vincent Chapdelaine, Espace temps
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 12 - HOW TO REACH AUDIENCES IN THE STREETS?
David Massingham, International Dance Festival Birmingham
UK

Sylvain Émard, Sylvain Émard danse
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 13 - HOW TO APPROACH ELDERY AUDIENCES?
Dulcinée Langfelder, Dulcinée Langfelder & Cie
CANADA (QC)

Benjamin Nussbaumer, D.School Paris
FRANCE

TABLE 14 - HOW TO CHANGE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE ARTS?
Joel Klein, Made in BC
CANADA (BC)

Nadia Duguay, Exeko
CANADA (QC)

Laura Diffenderfer , The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc.
USA

TABLE 15 - HOW TO CHANGE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE ARTS?
Joel Klein, Made in BC
CANADA (BC)

Nadia Duguay, Exeko
CANADA (QC)

Laura Diffenderfer , The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc.
USA

ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT MODELS
TABLE 16 - HOW TO DEVELOP NEW BUSINESS MODELS IN A DIGITAL WORLD?
Inga Petri, Strategic moves
CANADA (ON)

Tammy Lee, Culture creates
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 17 - HOW COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY COULD HELP PERFORMING ARTS?
Rachel Billet, La machinerie des arts
CANADA (QC)

Marie Houde, Le grand costumier
CANADA (QC)

TABLE 18 - HOW CAN A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN SPECIALIZED AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY PRESENTERS COULD BE BENEFICIAL FOR BOTH?
Pierrette Gingras, Le Vivier
CANADA (QC)

Peter Burton, Suoni per il popolo
CANADA (QC)

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