Artist-in-Residence and DanceLab programs
TWObigsteps Collective/photo Cara Tench
The Dance Centre’s Artist-in-Residence program provides studio space and technical and administrative support to enable choreographers to work with various artists and audiences, through creation, teaching, outreach activities and performances. Technical residencies offer production support to artists preparing for full theatre presentations.
Our DanceLab program supports research and collaboration between dance artists and other art disciplines. It provides fully subsidized studio space at Scotiabank Dance Centre to the participating artists for a period of 2 weeks, enabling the artists to research how cross-art form collaboration can enhance their artistic growth and the development of new work. Upon completion of the process, the artists open up the process to the public through an informal studio presentation.
DanceLab Artists 2018-2019:
Byron Chief-Moon/Consequence Collective (film, projection mapping technology)
Sujit Vaidya (lighting design)
Thoenn Glover (immersive dance-theatre)
TWObigsteps collective (movement and technology installation)
New this season: programmed residency and lab artists also have the opportunity to be mentored through one-on-one sessions with senior artists. Current artist/mentor pairings are:
Company 605: Barbara Bourget
Byron Chief-Moon: Idan Cohen, Bob Baker, Margo Kane and David Geary
Olivia C. Davies: Raina von Waldenburg
The Biting School: Raina von Waldenburg