📢 Project Call · OBORO x Festival Accès Asie

Festival Accès Asie and OBORO are expanding their longstanding collaboration and will present a joint exhibition in May 2025. 🤝

We are inviting Montreal-based artists, artist collectives and curators in visual arts, media and digital arts or interdisciplinary practices from the Asian diaspora to propose an exhibition project.

We are interested among others in innovative practices that offer a contemporary perspective on the issues facing us as individuals, as a society and as artists.

Your exhibition project may also include a performance or a proposal for a public event (guided tour, talk, workshop, master class, mediation activity, etc.).

This targeted call aims to support the exhibition of works by one or more Montreal-based artists from the Asian diaspora, including Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan), the Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia), and the Middle East.

The exhibition will span approximately 2 months, including the month of May.

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🤝 Partnership · Festival Accès Asie x  Danse Cité 💃

Pictures © Noire Mouliom ; Makeup : Gabbie McGuire

We are pleased to introduce our new partner : Danse-Cité 👏

Within its 2023-2024 season, Danse-Cité will present with Festival Accès Asie 光影 光陰 (Guāngyǐng guāngyīn) by Nien Tzu Weng – A production by Nien Tzu Weng, Danse-Cité and Festival Accès Asie.

What is Danse-Cité?

Danse-Cité’s main mission is to contribute to the evolution of dance practices and contemporary creation by supporting artists through research, creation, production and/or presentation.

Learn more about Nien Tzu Weng

« Nien Tzu Weng is a Taiwanese-Canadian interdisciplinary dance artist and lighting designer based in Montreal. She builds bridges between disciplines, pursuing an experimental approach to contemporary performance, and a laboratory-based approach to lighting design. »

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