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Cultural Center of the Philippines to host first MIPAS

The Cultural Center of the Philippines will host the first Manila International Performing Arts Summit (MIPAS) from September 19 to 22, 2019. 

With the theme Generation Next: The Future of the Performing Arts, multi-platform Summit brings together the arts and business sectors from all across Asia Pacific and the world. It aims to leverage excellent Performing Arts productions and talents in the Philippines and the Asia Pacific Region to raise awareness and broaden the market internationally.

International linkages in the performing arts in the Philippines before the press: (from left) Eva Marie Salvador, Department Manager, CCP Arts Education; Ariel Yonzon, Department Manager, CCP Production and Exposition Division and Nikko Zapata, Division Chief, CCP Arts Education

Three flagship events will happen during the summit: the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotion (FACP) Conference, the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centre (AAPPAC) Conference and the Manila International Performing Arts Market (MIPAM) + CREATE Philippines.

 CCP announces the coming of the Manila International Performing Arts Summit 2019 through its Corporate Communications Head Irene Obligacion

Now on its 37th year, this year's annual conference will be held at the CCP. This is the first time in FACP history to have a back to back conference with the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centers (AAPPAC). The conference this year makes it more special because the CCP is celebrating its 50th anniversary. CCP is known for preserving, developing, and promoting arts and culture in the Philippines.

Bridging the local artists and foreign performers by technocrats: (from left) Eva Marie Salvador, Department Manager, CCP Arts Education; Ariel Yonzon, Department Manager, CCP Production and Exposition Division and Nikko Zapata, Division Chief, CCP Arts Education

“We are encouraging everyone especially people who are involved in performing arts including the orchestra, venue, production management, operation, stage production as well as educators to listen to our distinguished speakers. Not only you will learn from them but you’ll be able to widen your network thru interacting with other attendees from all over the world.

CCP Arts Education Division Chief Nikko Zapata elucidates the logic behind the Manila International Performing Arts Market (MIPAM) + CREATE Philippines    

I’m hoping to see all of you in the home of performers of Manila, the Cultural Center of the Philippines,” said FACP Chairman Masami Shigeta on their website.

The collaboration between the CCP and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in the celebration of the 50th year of the Cultural Center of the Philippines according to CCP Arts Education Division Chief Nikko Zapata

The Federation for Asian Cultural Promotion (FACP) is an association for individuals or corporations who are involved or interested in the performing arts.

Ariel Yonzon, Department Manager, CCP Production and Exposition Division explains before the press the role of the Asia Pacific Performing Arts Center (AAPPAC) plays in the business development of the Manila International Performing Arts Summit (MIPAS) 2019    

The federation is a non-profit, non-political organization which works to promote networks for performing arts managers in the region and to foster understanding of the rich cultural heritage of Asia around the world.

Multimedia platform Jamtrax joins in the discussion of the role of the golden anniversary of CCP in the market distribution of the Manila International Performing Arts Summit (MIPAS) 2019

A group of professionals, impresarios and performing arts managers from Manila, Taipei, Seoul and Tokyo founded the FACP in Manila in 1981. It now draws participants and observers from almost every city in the region and from every corner of the world which share an interest in the development of cultural exchange in the Asia-Pacific.

The integral role of the entertainment and lifestyle press plays in the success of the coming Manila International Performing Arts Summit (MIPAS) 2019 in September

The FACP holds a number of conferences, as well as an annual conference hosted each year by a different Asian city. The annual conference is aimed at facilitating international touring and artistic issues and challenges facing the arts industry. It provides a friendly meeting place and platform for arts and artist managers, cultural entrepreneurs and leaders.

Eva Marie Salvador, Department Manager, CCP Arts Education explains the importance of the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotions (FACP) in the business links among local and international artists

Meanwhile, AAPPAC was established in 1996 and comprises 78 members from over 20 countries. Membership comprises major performing arts centers in the Asia-Pacific.

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The association offers easy access to key players in the arts industry, and provides up-to-date news and information of the arts scene in the region. Invaluable opportunities are also available for members to network and share their experiences and knowledge through annual conferences and meetings.

 CCP Vice President and Artistic Director Chris Millado delivers an inspiring speech about the significance of market discussion in the sales of artistic products

New and emerging arts centers can look forward to training opportunities and management exchanges with experienced key staff and decision-makers from established arts centers.

The spirit behind the Manila International Performing Arts Summit (MIPAS) 2019 in September (from left) Eva Marie Salvador, Department Manager, CCP Arts Education; Ariel Yonzon, Department Manager, CCP Production and Exposition Division and Nikko Zapata, Division Chief, CCP Arts Education

AAPPAC membership is open to performing arts venues, as well as festivals, agencies and other interested arts organizations.

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