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Artis­tic Direc­tor Stéphanie Morin-Robert, Tech­ni­cal Direc­tor jaymez, Graph­ic Design­er Abby Fal­vo, and front of house man­ag­er Rebecca Sawdon are set to bring back IN/ON/OUT INTER­ARTS FES­TI­VAL an inclu­sive mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary fes­ti­val run by artists, for artists — for its sec­ond edi­tion in Win­nipeg from March 30th to April 2nd, 2023 at Cer­cle Molière (340 Provencher Blvd). The mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary fes­ti­val, tak­ing place over three evenings as well as a two-day work­shop series, will con­tin­ue to focus on sup­port­ing and show­cas­ing artists explor­ing the inter­sec­tion of tech­nol­o­gy and var­i­ous per­for­mance styles.

Morin-Robert on the festival’s sec­ond year, We are thrilled to be launch­ing our fes­ti­val’s sec­ond edi­tion. Our pro­gram­ming is filled with artists who are both in-your-face tal­ent­ed and who con­tin­u­ous­ly inspire us to grow our own pro­fes­sion­al artis­tic prac­ticessince our entire team is com­posed of peo­ple who are also artists themselves.”

Host­ed by the Stéphanie Morin-Robert Per­for­mance Soci­ety and Cer­cle Moliere, and part­ner­ing with Video Pool Media Arts Cen­ter, Young Lungs Dance Exchange, NIMAC, and Col­lec­tive Borad­cast Com­pa­ny, IN/ON/OUT INTER­ARTS FES­TI­VAL brings togeth­er both local Win­nipeg and oth­er Cana­di­an artists who are push­ing the bound­aries of performance.

Some of the inter­dis­ci­pli­nary artists include Van­cou­ver born sen­sa­tion­al the­atre mak­er Ben Gorodet­sky, Cana­di­an Com­e­dy Award win­ning clown Alas­tair Knowles of James & Jamesy, lead­ing tech based artists Peter van Haften, Michael Mon­ta­naro and potatoCakes_​digital, and award-win­ning Mon­tréal based chore­o­g­ra­ph­er Helen Simard.

The pro­gram­ming also includes local ris­ing standup come­di­an and emerg­ing A/V artist Emmanuel Lomuro who will be pre­mier­ing his first one-per­son show titled: You’re Fired! From Cit­i­zen to Refugee”.

Lomuro on the oppor­tu­ni­ty to cre­ate and pre­mière his first solo show, I’m real­ly excit­ed for this oppor­tu­ni­ty to expand my abil­i­ties on a new stage. This fes­ti­val will def­i­nite­ly test my cre­ativ­i­ty but I’m excit­ed to share my sto­ry, pro­vide some laugh­ter, and share this moment with the per­form­ing arts community.”

The fes­ti­val will take place at Cer­cle Moliere (340 Provencher Blvd) in the heart of Winnipeg’s fran­coph­o­ne com­mu­ni­ty, encour­ag­ing an increase in bilin­gual pro­gram­ming and participation.

Atten­dees can reserve tick­ets for both free and paid pro­gram­ming on the festival’s web­site: www.inonoutfest.com

We wel­come all to join the IN/ON/OUT INTER­ARTS FES­TI­VAL to sup­port the advance­ment of col­lab­o­ra­tive inter­dis­ci­pli­nary per­for­mance, and to pro­mote a broad spec­trum of access for pub­lic appre­ci­a­tion of the arts. This fes­ti­val is made pos­si­ble with the finan­cial sup­port of Cana­di­an Her­itage, Cana­da Coun­cil for the Arts, Win­nipeg Arts Coun­cil and Man­i­to­ba Arts Council.

IN/ON/OUT INTER­ARTS FES­TI­VAL is locat­ed on Treaty One Ter­ri­to­ry and on the orig­i­nal lands of the Anishi­naabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dako­ta and Dene peo­ples, and on the home­land of the Métis Nation. We acknowl­edge that our water is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.