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07.06.2010 NETWORKING – Vieux Snoreaux, p’tits nouveaux (4th edition)

A one-of-a-kind encounter between young professionals and experts of the cultural sector. Organized in collaboration with Mentorat culturel.

Monday, June 7, 2010
Le Square Restaurant
162, Prince-Arthur Street West, Montréal
 
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You dream of sharing tips with an established musician on the music scene? Of talking about what’s hot and what’s not in dance with a succesful choreographer? Of learning the tricks of the trade with a renowned stage director? This is exactly what the Vieux Snoreaux, p’tits nouveaux nights are all about!

This activity was created by Culture Montreal’s Emerging Artists and Practices Committee, in partnership with Mentorat Culturel, to allow you to hear stories and receive first-hand tips from experienced professionals in your discipline.

On June 7, 2010, 9 young artists and cultural entrepreneurs met with their “one-night mentors” for a friendly supper at Le Square.

The “matches” :
•    Olivier St-Pierre (musicien) et Alain Auger (compositeur et musicien)
•    Marie-Ève Lord (production musicale) et Roberto Lopez (musicien – producteur)
•    Catharcy (auteur-interprète) et Annie Morin (auteur-interprète)
•    Erik Virtanen (production cinéma) et Lucille Veilleux (consultante, production conseil en cinéma)
•    Daniel Goldsmith (écrivain) et Ian McGillis (écrivain)
•    Mathieu Chouinard/Marc-André Charron (Satellite Théâtre) et Hélène Blackburn (Directrice artistique et chorégraphe, Cas Public)
•    Nelson Béguin (Nayan.com – arts engagés) et Eva Quintas (photographe, directrice de projets à Culture Pour Tous)
•    Rachel Joseph (chanteuse pop-jazz) et Pierre-Paul Savoie (directeur artistique et chorégraphe, PPS Danse)

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

Vieux Snoreaux, p’tits nouveaux is held many times a year. All creators, artists and cultural workers starting a career can apply! Tell us who you would like to meet and we will do our very best to make your wish come true!

For more information, contact :

Annie Billington
Communications Assistant
Culture Montréal
514 845-0303, ext. 25

A bit more about us

Culture Montreal is an independent organization and place for reflexion and action that contributes to building Montreal’s future as a cultural metropolis through research, analysis and communication activities. Its mission is to assert the central role of the arts and culture in all areas of Montreal’s development: economy, buisness, politics, land-use planning, education, and social and community life while encouraging cultural diversity, emerging artists and practices and public art.

We wish to thank all our members as well as:

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Micro Culture, pour parler culture quartier par quartier
Agenda 21. Culture aujourd'hui demain.

Our organization is a member of:

  • Les Arts et la Ville
  • Bureau du Cinéma et de la Télévision du Québec
  • Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain
  • Coalition canadienne des arts
  • Conseil des relations internationales de Montréal
  • Diversité Artistique Montréal
  • Héritage Montréal
  • Le Réseau des conseils régionaux de la culture