NDH International Dance Day Specialby Ashley Johnson, Johanna Bundon, and other artists TBA
Friday, April 29 at 1:30PM at Shu-Box, University of Regina (3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina)
LOVE+LOSS PERFORMANCE SERIES: HOUSE OF DANCE THREE
This closing event will feature films and glimpses of new works of NDH. Full program will be announced soon.
The History of The Last Children (film) co-created and directed by Judy Wensel, co-created, written by David Gagnon Walker,
with creative contributions from Lazlo Paradis and Iris James, and photography, editing and digital effects by Ian Campbell
Other performances and films to be announced.
Saturday, April 30 at 1:30PM at NDH
New Dance Horizons (NDH) LOVE + LOSS Performance Series opens a window on liminal spaces, exploring ideas, stories and resonances of love & loss, through live performance featuring dance, visual art, theatre, performance art, and sound artists from across the country.
Co-presented with Curtain Razors, Globe Theatre, Regina Public Library Film Theatre, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina Symphony Orchestra, Citadel + Compagnie, Sâkêwêwak First Nations Artists' Collective, Moving Roots, University of Regina MAP Program, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Regina, Listen to Dis', and V'ni Dansi.
The Series began on Saturday, February 5, with four presentations at the Regina Public Library. Curtain Razors presented Getting to Room Temperature, in partnership with RPL Film Theatre, Globe Theatre, SoulSound, and New Dance HorizonsLOVE+LOSS Performance Series. These activities were curated by Curtain Razors Artistic Associate, Johanna Bundon.
The LOVE+LOSS Performance Series is made possible with the generous support of our Funders, SK Arts, City of Regina, Arts Vest, Canadian Heritage, and the Canada Council for the Arts.
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*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.