Pathways: Creative Lab With Francesca Chudnoff

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How do we create our own distinct and pliable vocabulary of movement? How can we challenge and surprise our "default" mode while working in the context of freestyle or improvisation? We can unlock all of the opportunites that are available to our physical body through playful exploration. Let's dance! Let's open our mind!

Partipants of the workshop are inivted to both attend and share our research from the workshop in an informal showing at our 10 year Kick Off and Fundraiser Party later that evening!

All funds go towards our next double bill featuring new creations by Lauren Cook and Troy Feldman and a commission by Hanna Kiel.

Saturday November 5th, 2016
5:00 - 6:30PM, Dancemakers Centre for Creation: Baker Studio
$20 (includes admission to our Kick Off and Fundraiser Party)
Open to pre-professional / professional / like to dance in your bedroom movers

Workshop payment must be recieved by e-transfer by October 30th. Workshop is limited to 18 participants, and spots will not be held until payment is received. To sign up:
1) Send us a short personal introduction to
2) You will be emailed back instructions on sending your e-transfer payment.
3)You will recieve a confirmation after payment is recieved.

Francesca Chudnoff is a Toronto based dance artist and visual junkie. She has been training and performing in a variety of movement forms since moving to Toronto at the age of 15. In 2007, Francesca was welcomed to CCDT as company member. During her time with the company, she performed in contemporary dance works by Colin Connor, Santee Smith, Andrea Nann, Melanie Kloetzel, and Carol Anderson. Francesca continued to dance with CCDT until 2009, when she was accepted into the Dance Program at Ryerson University. While at Ryerson, she had the privilege of working with some of Toronto’s leading choreographers: Hanna Kiel, Apolonia Valequz & Ofilio Portilio (Gadfly), Valerie Calam, and David Earle. She had the the opportunity to spend her summers working with Victor Quijada and Anne Plamondon of Rubberbandance Group. Working under their mentorship and direction helped her to develop her improvisational skills, movement aesthetic, and floor work. In her third year of the program she began working in creative process and training with Alias Dance Project. Francesca is currently a choreographer, interpreter and Co-Assistant Artistic Director of Alias Dance Project. Alias allows Francesca to continue to break down traditional forms of dance and play with unlikely relationships, states and situations.
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