Emily Solstice Tait’s practice is rooted in contemporary dance and her work crosses into theatre, choreography, and stage management. She was raised in Winnipeg and is of mixed settler and Ojibway ancestry (Berens River First Nation). Her choreographic work has enlivened spaces like The Manitoba Museum, The Forks National Historic Site, and found its way into film and theatre projects along the water and lands around Winnipeg. As an interdisciplinary artist, Emily is excited about making connections. Connections between art forms, collaborations with other artists, and connecting to audiences through explorations of ideas. She desires to create work that slips between fantasy and advocacy, creating space for growth. To create change either as an internal experience or one which we share through opening space for new conversations to take place.
Address: 2207 Harvey St, Regina, SK S4N 2N2 Canada
Hours: Mon - Thu: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sat - Sun: Closed Statutory Holidays: Closed
*Special thanks to the following agencies: Government of Canada, Saskatchewan Arts Board, City of Regina, Canada Council for the Arts, CanDance, Community Initiatives Fund, Dance Saskatchewan Inc., SaskCulture, and Business for the Arts NDH acknowledges that our organization creates, inspires, presents, and collaborates on Treaty 4 Territory. We affirm our relationship and partnership with the First Nations and Métis people that live here, in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.