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As an effort to support local arts community to earn experience in overseas promotion and expand international networks, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) hereby invites eligible local performing arts practitioners to submit proposals for this scheme to attend the CINARS Biennale 2018 during 12-17 November in Montreal, Canada.
This scheme invites local independent performing arts producers with experience in overseas promotion and production, producers/administrators from performing arts groups, as well as independent performing artists to submit their proposals. A maximum of 12 successful applicants will be provided up to HK$30,000 to subsidise their roundtrip air tickets, accommodation, travel insurance and the production of promotional materials.
Application forms are now available at the HKADC Administration Office (10/F, 1063 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong) or can be downloaded from the HKADC’s website (http://www.hkadc.org.hk). Applications must be deposited into the application collection box at the aforementioned address on or before 6 pm on 8 June 2018 (Friday). Applications submitted by post must be postmarked on or before the deadline. Late submission or submission by fax or email will not be processed. Please note the HKADC will not process the application and its related documents with insufficient postage and pay for the relevant postage. Submission by courier is also accepted if the pickup date shown on the bill issued by the courier service provider is on or before the deadline.
For enquiries, please contact Mr. Ho (Tel 2820-1091 | Email email@example.com ).
Founded in 1984, CINARS is held bi-annually in November as an international renowned performing arts event well-attended by performing arts groups and agencies from across the world. CINARS has a special focus on four arts forms including dance, music, theatre, multidisciplinary arts and circus respectively. In a week-long period, CINARS attracts over 1500 attendants from 40 countries and cities, staging over 170 productions from Canada and other regions. CINARS also serves as a platform connecting performing arts presenters, agencies, arts groups and artists from different parts of the world.