This is a deep dive into the topics that matter most to you. APAM has curated a range of hosts to preside over small tables and guide conversations on a diverse offering of topics. We welcome you to join the table and contribute to the discussion.

Table hosts and topics include:

+ Paul Tam (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority) and Linda Yip (Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts) on Hong Kong as a touring destination for international performing artists
+ Nick (Rongjun) Yu (SMG Shanghai Performing Arts Group) on Performance Touring and more in Mainland China
+ Neal Rempel (Winnipeg International Children’s Festival) on performance for families and young audiences
+ Judy Harquail (Canadian Association for the Performing Arts) on CAPACOA’s work and opportunities for touring in Canada
+ Felicitas Willems (Quaternaire) on the benefits and challenges of touring internationally
+ Sasapin Siriwanij on Bangkok International Performing Arts Meeting (BIPAM)
+ Stuart Every (Dolphin Creative) on Street Entertainment and Outdoor Arts
+ Viviane Paradis (Le Diamant) on Québec, a unique environment for producing and presenting circus
+ Shireen Abdullah and Vanessa Loh (Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore) on Esplanade’s international festival commissions and approach to programming and curation
+ Chris Snow (Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society) and Sam Gough (Summerhall) on Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society
+ Haggis McLeod on Glastonbury Festival
+ Jo O’Callaghan and Andy Beecroft on Adelaide Fringe
+ Lynda de Koning (PAC Australia) on the ISPA Congress in Perth
+ Angela Flynn (ILBIJERRI Theatre Company) on the Tri-Nations Conversation at Perth ISPA Congress (please note, this conversation is for First Nations participants only)
+ Alice Nash on Creative Australia‘s international engagement programs
+ Flying Fruit Fly Circus and YUCK Circus on making circus in regional Australia
+ Stephen Noonan (independent Australian artist) on Sustainable Touring

Date: Wed 28 Feb
Time: 15:50-16:45
Location: Adelaide Convention Centre