IN/ON/OUT Interarts Festival Returns!
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 practices… since 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.