Save the date, Montreal! This fall, the Quebec Drama Federation (QDF) is teaming up with the English Language Arts Network Quebec (ELAN) for an evening of networking, performances and a vernissage of theatre designers!
DATE: September 19
TIME: Schmoozer @ 5:30pm, Launch @ 7:30pm
LOCATION: MainLine Gallery (3905 St-Laurent)
Join the Montreal theatre community for an evening at the MainLine Gallery where artists and arts lovers of all disciplines and backgrounds will have the opportunity to converse, connect, and take in a preview of what’s on in the theatre world this fall season!
ELAN’s Schmoozer will begin at 5:30pm. Refreshments will be served and folks from across artistic communities will have the chance to meet and mingle! Please RSVP in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking “Going” on the official Facebook event page!
QDF’s Fall Calendar Launch will begin at 7:30pm offering audiences an exclusive sneak peek into what’s coming in theatre across Quebec this fall.
To shine a spotlight on our community’s skilled and talented theatre designers, QDF is also curating a vernissage of designers’ work which will be on display all night.
The QDF (Quebec Drama Federation) exists to support English-language theatre companies, artists and their artistic expressions in Quebec. This support manifests itself through leadership, collaborations with partners and stakeholders in the community, promotion of the artists and companies, professional development and identification of the role of theatre in the community at large. It also provides resources and means through which success and recognition of English-language theatre companies and artists in Quebec, to the rest of Canada and on an international scale, is achieved.
ELAN (English-Language Arts Network) is a not-for-profit organization that connects, supports, and creates opportunities for Quebec’s English-speaking artists and arts communities. ELAN members are individuals and organizations from a wide array of artistic disciplines, cultural and geographic backgrounds, and linguistic and cultural communities. Together this network reflects an evolving Québec identity and celebrates the province’s cultural, artistic, and social diversity.