It’s a big year for Canadian arts and culture on the international scene!
The richness and diversity of Canadian creativity will take front stage in Guanajuato, Mexico, this fall. From October 9 to 27, 2019, Canada will be Guest Country at the Festival Internacional Cervantino – one of the biggest performing arts festivals in the world. Over the course of three weeks, Cervantino will present a diverse range of artists from across Canada, including a strong Indigenous presence and international collaborations. The program presents a fresh and vibrant view of Canadian arts and culture, with a wealth of artists Mexican audiences won’t soon forget.
At a glance:
- 17 inspiring stage shows by Canadian artists including A Tribe Called Red (featuring Lido Pimienta), Elisapie Isaac, Dancers of Damelahamid, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre with Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory and l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal
- 9 provocative youth and Indigenous themed films including Indian Horse, Giant Little Ones and Rumble, courtesy of Telefilm Canada
- 3 weeks of immersive visual, literary and performing arts programming at Canada House, including VR artists Paisley Smith and Lisa Jackson, conversations with featured artists, and a master class with John Ralston Saul
See the Canada program on our website!
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The Canada Council for the Arts is proud to contribute to Canada’s participation as Guest Country at the Festival Internacional Cervantino, in partnership with Global Affairs Canada and the Embassy of Canada in Mexico.
Bringing the Arts from Canada to Germany
Canada is also featured as Guest of Honour Country at the Frankfurt 2020 Book Fair. The Canada Council for the Arts has special funding initiatives to bring the arts from Canada to life in Germany during the year. Visit our website to learn more about our special funding for cultural programming in Germany, and for the translation of Canadian books for German markets.
Bringing the Arts from Canada to Edinburgh
Again this year, the Canada Council is bringing the arts from Canada to life in Edinburgh, with initiatives such as CanadaHub and Indigenous Contemporary Scene at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and more! Visit our website for information on Canada’s presence at the Edinburgh festivals.
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