2 Jun 2020

A new entrpreneurship and innovation lab

The School's research center (CRITAC) today launches an entrepreneurship and innovation lab dedicated to the development of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in the circus, culture and performing arts industries. The three-year pilot project will lead to establishing a permanent support program.

In making the lab available, “priority will be given to the School’s 2020 graduating class in order to contribute to the circus and cultural industries’ sustainability in a completely new global reality,” says Patrice Aubertin, director of CRITAC. Although the lab was conceived well before the start of the pandemic, the pilot project’s deployment is extremely timely given the current context in which the circus world must evolve rapidly.

Read the Press Release