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February 2018

Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE presented by dance Immersion

Friday, February 2, 2018
8:00pm

Dance Immersion proudly celebrates 23 years of supporting, promoting and producing dancers and dances of the African Diaspora, welcoming back dynamic dance company Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE for a full evening presentation.

Event run: February 2–3, 2018

Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE presented by dance Immersion

Saturday, February 3, 2018
1:00pm

Dance Immersion proudly celebrates 23 years of supporting, promoting and producing dancers and dances of the African Diaspora, welcoming back dynamic dance company Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE for a full evening presentation.

Event run: February 2–3, 2018

Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE presented by dance Immersion

Saturday, February 3, 2018
8:00pm

Dance Immersion proudly celebrates 23 years of supporting, promoting and producing dancers and dances of the African Diaspora, welcoming back dynamic dance company Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE for a full evening presentation.

Event run: February 2–3, 2018

Sunday Scene: John Matheson

Sunday, February 4, 2018
2:00pm– 3:00pm

John Matheson is a partner at StrategyCorp and serves The Power Plant as Chair of the Board of Directors. He will share his lifelong interests in art, Germany and politics, by leading a conversation on Emeka Ogboh's exhibition The Song of the Germans.

Event run: February 4, 2018

DanceWorks: Dancers of Damelahamid – Flicker

Friday, February 9, 2018
8:00pm

Directed by choreographer and performer Margaret Grenier, Flicker is an evocative multimedia dance piece performed by Vancouver-based Indigenous dance company, Dancers of Damelahamid of the Gitxsan Nation.

Event run: February 9–10, 2018

Voguing Workshop with Pony Zion

Saturday, February 10, 2018
3:00pm

Learn the basic elements of Vogue and work through movements with leading vogue choreographer Pony Zion!

Event run: February 10, 2018

DanceWorks: Dancers of Damelahamid – Flicker

Saturday, February 10, 2018
8:00pm

Directed by choreographer and performer Margaret Grenier, Flicker is an evocative multimedia dance piece performed by Vancouver-based Indigenous dance company, Dancers of Damelahamid of the Gitxsan Nation.

Event run: February 9–10, 2018

Sunday Scene: Josh Heuman

Sunday, February 18, 2018
2:00pm– 3:00pm

Josh Heuman is Curator of Education & Public Programs at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. After starting his museum career in Omaha, Nebraska, he also worked at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University, Salt Lake Art Center and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. In addition to running programs for audiences of all ages, he has organized dozens of exhibitions and published and presented on art history and pedagogy. Heuman will discuss Michael Landy’s exhibition DEMONSTRATION.

Event run: February 18, 2018

Dance Breaks with The Male Initiative

Monday, February 19, 2018
11:45am–12:00pm

Dancers add some heat along the edge of Natrel Rink with pop-up, flash-mob inspired dance breaks throughout the day, and you can join along!

Event run: February 19, 2018 11&15

Dance Breaks with The Male Initiative

Monday, February 19, 2018
12:30pm–12:45pm

Dancers add some heat along the edge of Natrel Rink with pop-up, flash-mob inspired dance breaks throughout the day, and you can join along!

Event run: February 19, 2018 11&15

Dance Breaks with The Male Initiative

Monday, February 19, 2018
2:00pm– 2:15pm

Dancers add some heat along the edge of Natrel Rink with pop-up, flash-mob inspired dance breaks throughout the day, and you can join along!

Event run: February 19, 2018 11&15

Dance Breaks with The Male Initiative

Monday, February 19, 2018
3:15pm– 3:30pm

Dancers add some heat along the edge of Natrel Rink with pop-up, flash-mob inspired dance breaks throughout the day, and you can join along!

Event run: February 19, 2018 11&15

Sunday Scene: Lee Maracle

Sunday, February 25, 2018
2:00pm– 3:00pm

Lee Maracle is a Sto:Loh nation scholar and author who was born in North Vancouver, BC. She has published over 20 works, currently is a Mentor for Aboriginal Students at University of Toronto, where she also is a teacher, and is the Traditional Cultural Director for the Indigenous Theatre School. Maracle will discuss Kader Attia’s exhibition The Field of Emotion.

Event run: February 25, 2018

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