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(NYC/Toronto), February Toronto Something About Gender II, dancer in Claudia Wittmann's Butoh/Grotowski workshop/performance, Winter Toronto Roberts Street Social Centre, Movement Maps as part of the Portable Library Project curated by Tara Bursey, October Halifax XPACE Cultural Centre, dancer/choreographer in Draft Four : performance installation in collaboration with Alicia Grant, curated by Serena Lee and Derek Liddington, Spring Toronto Nuit Blanche Devereaux, performer in Walking Women in collaboration with Alicia Grant, Summer Toronto Lower Case Gallery, Movement Maps as part of Portable Library Project curated by Tara Bursey, Summer, Vancouver 2008 Festival of New Dance, dancer/choreographer in It/Out/In in collaboration with Alicia Grant, summer St.
John's Newfoundland Nuit Blanche, dancer in The War is Over choreographed by Matthew Romantini, Fall Toronto Powerplant, performer in Lee Walton's Life/Theatre performance part of “Not Quite How I Remember It”, Summer Toronto Bravo Fact, dancer in Slip choreographed by Yvonne Ng, directed by Chelsea Mc Mullan, Spring Toronto 5x4, installation/performance for 20 performers and 20 pieces of furniture in collaboration with Alicia Grant, Summer Cinecycle Toronto 2007 Nuit Blanche, dancer/choreographer in The Residents in collaboration with Alicia Grant, Jared Raab and Lindsay Mc Kay, Fall Toronto AGYU (Art Gallery at York University), performer in Diane Borsato's Snowbank from the exhibition "in there" curated by Rhonda Corvese, Spring Toronto AGYU (Art Gallery at York University), performer in Daniel Cockburn's ALLTOGETHER from the exhibition “in there” curated by Rhonda Corvese, Spring Toronto Grants and Awards Toronto Arts Council, Creation Grant for Chorus, 2016 6 Dora Award nominations for Concord Floral, 2015 Ontario Arts Council, Arts & Education project grant for Here is how you listen, 2015 Young Centre for the Performing Arts, nominated for the 2012 Emerging Artist Award, 2012 Canada Council for the Arts, Professional Development Grant, 2011 Canada Council for the Arts, Travel support for 8037 presented at Stromereien, 2011, Zürich Switzerland Hub 14, scholarship recipient of Public Works alternative technique workshops, 2008 Toronto Toronto Arts Council, Creation Grant for Draft Four, Spring 2009 Toronto Star, It/Out/In Voted “best site specific piece in Canada in 2008” by Paula Citron Toronto Toronto Star, The Residents voted “best exhibition of Nuit Blanche 2007” by Ariel Teplitsky Conferences / Presentations Helliconian Club, Dance Research sharing with the Community, Oct 2014 ACAQ (Arts Curators Association of Quebec), Envisioning the Practice: Montréal International Symposium on Curating the Performing Arts, "How to be when we see: social codes, spatial domestication, and the performance of viewing" presentation in collaboration with Sky Fairchild-Waller, April 2014, Montreal On The Move Conference, invited panelist for emerging dancers panel, February 20 Toronto Harbourfront Centre, moderator for the Bad Ass Dance Fun post-show artist talk, March 2012, Toronto Harbourfront Centre, member of The Embassy, writing online reviews and moderating Q&As after each World Stage program, 20 Toronto Toronto Fringe Festival, moderator of “crosswalks/crosstalks” dance/theatre panel, summer 2010 Toronto University of Toronto, Body Cartography film showcased as part of Academia Through the Senses Symposium, Winter 2010 Toronto Ryerson University, set from Body Cartography shown at Modernity Unbound: Ryerson's Inaugural Literatures of Modernity Symposium, Winter 2010 Toronto Idaho State University, “Can Feminist Dance Exist?
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