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    Aviva Chernick
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    Dec 05 to Dec 08
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    Dominique Fils-Aimé
    Dominique Fils-Aimé
    Dec 08 to Dec 12
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    Pierre Kwenders
    Pierre Kwenders
    Dec 09 to Dec 12
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    RIIT
    RIIT
    Dec 13 to Dec 17
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    Arts play a unifying role between cultures and people and bring citizens from around the world together. The Canada Pavilion is proudly collaborating with the National Arts Centre (NAC) to present a broad spectrum of Canada’s performing arts at Expo 2020 Dubai which is an integral part of Canada’s overall participation. It showcases the breadth, diversity and excellence of Canada’s performing arts, in music, dance, theatre and more.

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    The Canada Pavilion’s number one priority is the health and safety of all visitors and staff. Since the beginning of Expo 2020 Dubai, public health measures have been adjusted based on the latest available data and recommendations from health authorities. The Canada pavilion will continue to adjust its operations and implement strict health and safety practices in order to protect visitors and employees while still delivering quality experiences.

    The NAC is Canada’s bilingual, multi-disciplinary home for the performing arts. The NAC presents, creates, produces, and co-produces performing arts programming in various streams — the NAC Orchestra, Dance, English Theatre in collaboration with Black Theatre Workshop, French Theatre, Indigenous Theatre, and Popular Music and Variety — and nurtures the next generation of audiences and artists from across Canada. The NAC is located in the National Capital Region on the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe.