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Canada a space for imagination

CALL FOR PROJECTS : RESULTS

Third call for projects


LIST OF PROJECTS SELECTED
(Paris, France)
Applicant organization: Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
Description: The Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, in cooperation with the CMA, would like to host three Canadian interns to work as guides on the “Imagine Canada” exhibition that will open in December 2003. As is customary with the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, the exhibition will include a variety of interpretation activities to enhance the exhibition’s content and facilitate visitors’ understanding.


  • Entretiens du Centre Jacques Cartier

  • (MONTREAL, Canada)
    Applicant organization: Université de Montréal
    Description: Four inter-related components: scientific symposiums jointly developed by researchers from the Rhône-Alpes region and Canada; symposiums on major societal issues of today and tomorrow; meetings exploring all facets of social economics; a cultural component showcasing the best the two regions have to offer in the areas of performing and visual arts. in Canada. October 4 to 8, 2004, the 17th Entretiens du Centre Jacques-Cartier will take place in Montreal and Quebec City.


  • Festival du Film du Canada

    (Paris, France)
    Applicant organization: Cinema Mac Mahon
    Description: Contemporary issues are constantly explored in film and showcasing Canadian film to French society is the most immediate and profound way to relate the two countries in their 400-year history together. We are proposing your involment in our 2 week Canadian Film Festival in Paris.


  • Forum international de jeunes en insertion – phase organisationnelle

    (Campbellton, Canada)
    Applicant organization: Association des Anciens, Anciennes et ami-e-s du Collège communautaire de Campbellton Inc
    Description: The project consists in organizing an International Forum that will take place near Paris, at the Institut National de la Jeunesse et de l’Éducation Populaire (INJEP) in the region of Marly-le-Roy. The International Forum will be preceded in Canada by a National Forum that will take place in Campbellton, northern New Brunswick, and will bring together cooperative youth from all of Canada’s provinces and territories.


  • L'Acadie au Festival Interceltique de Lorient

    (Dieppe, Canada)
    Applicant organization: Société Nationale de l'Acadie
    Description: : Acadia’s participation as guest of honour in the 2004 Interceltic Festival of Lorient.


  • Les écrivains acadiens à Lille

    (ROSULT, France)
    Applicant organization: DECALAGE
    Description: Acadians are not very well known in France, and their artists even less so, even though Acadia is brimming with exceptional vitality. Visits by writers could help fill this void.


  • NICA 2004 – À la découverte de l’Acadie

    (Madran, Canada)
    Applicant organization: NICA Inc (Nuit internationale du conte en Acadie)
    Description: An English version of this decription will be available soon.


  • Normandie/Canada/Amériques, un demi millénaire d’histoire commune (exposition sur deux sites)

    (le Havre/Dieppe, France)
    Applicant organization: Ville du Havre/association des amys du Vieux Dieppe, amis du Musee
    Description: The two exhibits will complement each other based on: for Le Havre, an integrated kind of “chronological” approach, covering all the territory of the American continent. It involves a panorama (establishing landmarks). For Dieppe: In contrast, the exhibit will investigate both a territory and the themes on the monograph’s principle. The approach will be more thematic than chronological. Their goal is to present—using a design that marries the pleasure of discovery with scientific precision—Norman or French collections, as well as objects that have been “repatriated” for the first time from America (including for Canada: Ursulines Museums, Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, Museum of Civilization,…).


  • Tisser des liens d'amitiés

    (Charlottetown, Canada)
    Applicant organization: Comité de parents de l'école François-Buote
    Description: This educational travel-exchange project will see 33 high school students (15 to 18 years old) and seven escorts travel to the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie to participate in international Villette classes. They will also travel to Pau in southern France, where they will stay with host families in the community. The group of young people will stage a variety show in conjunction with the citizens of Pau during their stay. Finally, the group will travel to Barcelona, Spain, to participate in a gathering of world cultures.


  • Youth Community Citizenship

    (Vancouver, Canada)
    Applicant organization: Environmental Youth Alliance
    Description: The goals of the Youth Community Citizenship project are to: <sum> to facilitate cultural, professional, research, and educational dialogues between Canadian and French young people 15-35 who are ‘animators’ of youth participation and citizenship on a broad array of issues affecting local and regional life <sum> out of these dialogues create partnerships between youth organizations and local youth councils in Canada, France and other European countries <sum> promote promote a new vision of Canada through a multimedia exhibit profiling Canadian youth projects focussed on building youth citizenship through enhancing the environmental sustainability of their urban communities


  • Z voyage exposition construction normande

    (Darnétal, France)
    Applicant organization: école d'architecture de Normandie
    Description: This project is the second phase of the École d’Architecture de Normandie’s “Norman construction” project, which was selected under the December 9, 2002 - January 31, 2003 call for projects. Its main purpose is a trip to New Brunswick by 15 students, accompanied by five teachers, in order to transport the exhibition created from the research conducted during the first phase of the project on half-timber architecture in Normandy. The trip is scheduled for April 22 to May 2, 2004, since six months are needed to finalize the exhibition. Nathalie Gagnon from Parks Canada, who met with the educational team during its exploratory trip to New Brunswick in April 2003, has agreed to coordinate the trip and the various Canadian partners. A partnership with the Université de Moncton is currently being negotiated.


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