Dance With Me Curatorial Partnerships And The Future

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The Institute for Dance Studies, University of Toronto, with support from The Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies and Canadian Association for Theatre Research presents:

DANCE WITH ME- Curatorial Partnerships and the Future
Monday, May 29th, 2017
Wokshop* begins at 7pm
Performances begin at 8pm
Great Hall, 1087 Queen Street West, Toronto

​*the workshop will be open to CATR conference attendees ONLY. However, the performances are open to the public.

FREE for CATR Performing the Anthropocene Conference attendees.
Performances open to the public: 20$ or PWYC at the door.

This one evening event celebrates artistic, curatorial and producing partnerships working towards pluralism in presenting, artistic creation, participation and audience development in and through dance. Featuring a workshop and showing based on Jumblies Theatre’s Talking Treaties project followed by excerpts from Jenn Goodwin's all our days are full of breath: a record of momentum and Breakin’ Convention (UK) and Harbourfront Centre’s Open Art Surgery 2017.

The evening will begin at 7pm with a workshop (optional) hosted by Ange Loft and Lilia Leon that will introduce the process used during Talking Treaties.

Performances will begin at 8pm with Talking Treaties workshop participants sharing what was generated during the workshop.
​Excerpts from all our days are full of breath and Open Art Surgery.

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The Institute for Dance Studies is a research hub within the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto. We are committed to dialogues and activities surrounding dance that are inclusive of Indigenous / Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, racialized persons / persons of colour, LGBTQ individuals, and women. Our scope of dance is global and inclusive of traditional, theatrical, popular, community, social, somatic, recreational, pedestrian, folk and forms that do not fit into these categories. We are advocates for the advancement of the discipline and encourage re-imaginings of the contours of dance studies.
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