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November 9 2022
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Call for choreographers for a Cambodian residency

Festival Accès Asie is developing a new partnership with the Neang Kong Kental (NKK) Dance Center in Cambodia, which will […]

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November 8 2022
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Khosro winner of the Charles Biddle Prize!

It is with great emotion and pride that we announce that Khosro won the Charles Biddle prize in the regional […]

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November 3 2022
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Charles Biddle Prize: Khosro Berahmandi is finalist!

For 13 years, the Charles Biddle Prize has highlighted the exceptional contribution of individuals who have immigrated to Quebec and […]

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November 1 2022
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Public Survey – We need you!

We are looking for spectators willing to participate in a study about their experience at one or several editions of […]

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September 21 2022
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We are going to Japan!

As part of our collaboration with the Image Forum Festival in Tokyo, we present during their 36th edition From Montreal […]

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July 26 2022
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Fleur de lys, fleur de thé is coming to Saguenay!

Fleur de lys, fleur de thé is back! This year, we bring the regional component of Festival Accès Asie to Saguenay to present seven activities and shows for the whole family!

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June 30 2022
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Khosro Berahmandi is retiring as Artistic Director

After more than 25 years of service, our beloved artistic director Khosro Berahmandi is leaving us to enjoy some well-deserved rest! Which is why we are currently looking for someone dynamic to fill his role.

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June 20 2022
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Thank you for more than 4,000 spectators!

Another edition of Festival Accès Asie has come to an end! In total, 4097 of you attended this year’s events!

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April 4 2022
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Launching of our 2022 program!

You’ve all been waiting for it: our 2022 program has finally been revealed! Discover the 19 events that will make up our 27th edition.

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March 2 2022
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Let’s confront racism together!

Les 21 et 22 mars prochains au Montréal, arts interculturels, le Festival Accès Asie vous convie à deux jours d’activités axées sur la lutte contre le racisme et le partage des histoires et expériences individuelles de personnes racisées.

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February 28 2022
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Finalist of the CAM Grand Prix! 🎉

We are super-excited to announce that the Festival has been selected by the Conseil des arts de Montréal as a […]

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February 10 2022
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FESTIVAL ACCÈS ASIE – 27th Edition
May 5 to May 29 2022, in Montreal

From May 5 to May 29 2022, the 27th edition of Festival Accès Asie will celebrate a new year of Asian arts and cultures in Montreal, showcasing a festive programme during Canada’s Asian Heritage Month.

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November 24 2021
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Fundraising for the 27th edition

The holidays are coming and we are all looking for the perfect gift for our loved ones … 💝 We, […]

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October 13 2021
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Interval – Production and Presentation Short-term Residency

CALL FOR ARTIST SUBMISSIONSProduction and Presentation Short-Term Residency – IntervalDeadline: November 29th, 2021 at 11:59 pm Interval is a short-term artist residency program […]

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August 12 2021
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Fleur de lys, fleur de thé is back in Gaspésie!

The Festival team will be back in Gaspésie, thanks to La Vieille Usine, our loyal partner for the organization of […]

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June 3 2021
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You were 4,500 spectators this year!

Your loyalty and support of Asian arts are proof that Festival Acces Asie and our dedication to diversity in arts ​ have a bright […]

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March 16 2021
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Read Khosro Berahmandi’s message for this 26th edition!

As the tradition wants, you can read below the message from the artistic direction to announce the Festival Accès Asie […]

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March 15 2021
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Symposium video recordings

Presentations from the 2nd National Asian Heritage Month Symposium are available! To respond to the challenges related to the development […]

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March 13 2021
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Watch the video tribute to the 25 years of the Festival

In May 2020, Festival Accès Asie celebrated its 25th birthday. As part of these celebrations, we contacted 25 people to […]

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