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  • Title: Home | Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: .. Jump to navigation.. Company.. About.. Press.. Awards and Accomplishments.. Previews, Reviews and Articles.. Quotes.. People.. Artistic Directors.. Artists.. Staff and Board.. Creations.. Stage.. Site.. Film.. Community.. Gallery.. Education.. Encounters.. Favourites.. Kaeja Elevations.. Express Dance.. Film Workshops.. Improvisation.. Creation 4 You.. Open Workshops.. News.. Calendar.. Blog.. Recent News.. Newsletters and Press Releases.. Store.. Contact.. Support.. Benefits Donations.. Supporters.. Volunteers.. Associated Organizations People.. Home.. Video of 3U8xZy0lmQ4.. 1.. of.. X-ODUS in the Guelph Mercury -.. read now.. Kaeja just launched our new Crave trailer –.. check it out.. !.. Missed December's E-News?.. Read it now.. wind down dance.. Cut work early on Dec.. 13 for a glass of wine with us at our studio.. Donate Today.. The calendar year is almost over -.. reap the benefits.. before it's too late!.. Kaeja Intensive.. Registration is now open for our annual week-long intensive.. Limited spots available!.. Dance with Karen.. Dance with Karen at the pre-jam class Dec 4, 11 18 with REAson d'Etre.. New Blog Post.. Jillian Peever writes about her upcoming work for.. Musings.. I am thinking about writing, and how what I have done all my  ...   which focused on freefall writing.. It was, and she is, wonderful.. Karen.. About Kaeja d'Dance.. Established in 1991, Kaeja d'Dance bridges dance art and the public.. The work is personal, highly physical, quirky, sensual and articulate, revealing stories, lives lived and risks we take as human beings.. Kaeja has triggered a cascade of award-winning contemporary creations in dance performance, site works with extreme numbers of dancers and over twenty dance on screen films.. Touring live performances, dance films, and in-demand education outreach programs, mentorship equations and collaborations are often born.. With over 140 original creations and commissions, Kaeja d’Dance has been plat-formed in all avenues of their activity through presenters, exchanges and residencies across Canada, in the U.. S, India, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Israel, England and Scandinavia, with people of all ages and identities.. Recent news.. Check out the.. X-ODUS Crave trailer.. Welcome to our new online hub!.. Crave's new trailer launched.. Sign-up for Newsletter.. Your Name.. Your Email Address.. *.. Visit our.. FAN PAGE.. and Like us!.. GROUP PAGE.. and join our Group!.. Kaeja.. org Developed by.. Drupal 7 Appliance.. - Powered by.. TurnKey Linux..

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  • Title: About | Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: Our Mission.. The core of Kaeja d’Dance is driven by the creation of new and original dance through the interconnected mediums of live performance, educational/community programming and dance on film.. Led by Karen and Allen, our work addresses universal qualities of life and investigates the power of dance to elevate and unite the human spirit against physical, social and environmental obstacles.. We remain committed to social and artistic exploration, and utilize the language of choreography — and the interrelated tributaries of performance, education and film — to incite a passion for movement and to nurture a new appreciation for the richness of the human experience.. Our vigorous commitment to the profession and community of dance is inspired from the relentless core of passionate joy, stimulating ideas and intrigue that Karen and Allen Kaeja inhabit.. This is reflected in our consistent search within ourselves to inform and invigorate the Company vision and the future of dance and dance audiences through educational projects for youth, professional dancers and educators, and through outreach activities for new and current audiences.. Fundamentally, we believe our performances, screenings and education outreach programs intrinsically weave together, contributing significantly to the artistic and organizational development of the Company, to the professional careers of our dancers, and to the education and enjoyment of our most important community partner, our audiences.. Our History.. One of Canada’s longest standing contemporary dance companies, Ka.. eja d’Dance’s husband and wife duo collide like liquid fusion in the creative process, incubating equal partnering between men and women and a fascination with inhabiting movement and image.. Karen and Allen Kaeja are at the heart of the Company, along with their artists who are incredibly generous vessels of talent.. S.. ince 1991, Kaeja d’Dance has created award-winning contemporary dance performances, site-specific works with large numbers of dancers, acclaimed dance films and educational outreach programs.. They break ground, instigate risk and bring together dancers and collaborators to create experiences both on and off the stage, in local and international communities.. With over 140 original works including commissions here and abroad, Karen and Allen’s signature aesthetic is known for its athletic intensity, sensual articulation and theatrical imagery, each with distinctly individual sensibilities.. Creative highlights include international residencies and commissions from Nemian Dance Company (Mexico), Norrdans and Holmgang (Sweden), Transitions Dance Company (UK), Festival International de Dança Contemporãnea (Portugal), Arangham Dance.. Company (India), Wisconsin DeSales Universities  ...   and the Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival.. Canadian presenters and venues include Yukon Arts Centre, L’Agora, Tangente, Luminato, Dusk Dances, Danceworks, Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival, Older Reckless, Peterborough New Dance, Water Sources, Dances for a Small Stage, Harbourfront’s NextSteps School by the Water, Prologue for the Performing Arts, Distillery Jazz Festival, Ashkenaz Festival, ROMP and Across Oceans.. Many incredible collaborators and dancers have helped propel our company vision in the areas of movement, film and design.. Key collaborators through the years include Edgardo Moreno (music), Mark Adam, David Hinton Doug Rosenberg (film), Ron Snippe (lighting) and Cheryl Lalonde (costume).. Pioneers in the emerging genre of Dance on Screen, the Kaejas have directed and choreographed over 20 acclaimed dance films since 1997.. Frequently broadcast on Bravo! and CBC television, many of the Company’s films reside in the permanent collections of universities and libraries including the Jewish Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (New York) and Yad Vashem (Israel).. Major film awards and nominations include Dance on Camera Festival New York Videodance Festival Barcelona (2008,.. Of.. the Heart.. ), Gemini Awards (2004,.. Old Country.. ), 10th American Choreography Awards (2004,.. Departure.. ), Moving Pictures (2000,.. Zummel.. ), and IMZ Dance Screen Europe (1999,.. Witnessed.. ).. The films have been in over 400 festivals worldwide.. Widely sought as teachers of Kaeja Elevations, Contact Dance, Improvisation, Composition, Dance Film and EXPRESS DANCE, for over 20 years Karen and Allen have been actively educating nationally and internationally to more than 40,000 learners, including non-dancers and professionals of all ages.. In 2000,.. EXPRESS DANCE: Educators’ Resource to Teaching Dance.. was published and is now widely used by educators and school boards across Canada and the United States.. From 2001 to 2004, Kd’D2 established emerging dancers performing and teaching company repertoire and the EXPRESS DANCE approach to schools across Ontario.. Since 2005 we have brought intensive EXPRESS DANCE residencies and workshops (called Community Leaps! until 2010) to underserved youth across the Greater Toronto Area.. Our Mandate.. 1) To nurture an appreciation, within the community at large, of dance, choreography and theatre as art forms by establishing, maintaining and operating a dance company;.. 2) To educate the community at large in the arts of dance, choreography and theatre by developing a repertoire of original dance for performance, film and video;.. 3) To undertake any other charitable activity that will further the aims in objects 1 2..

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  • Title: Previews, Reviews and Articles | Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: Search by Creation Title.. 1939 (2001).. 20/20 Vision.. 60 x 60.. 99 Snowfalls.. A Wink o Kerrs.. After Happily Ever After.. Agoria.. Airborne.. An improvised solo in silence.. Armour/Amour.. Armour|Amour.. Aroma.. Aroma (2006).. Ashkelon.. Asylum of Spoons.. Asylum of Spoons (2005).. Auro Choreola.. Avenue of Butterflies.. Barc (2012).. Believe in Us.. Between Seams (2008).. Beyond Belief.. Beyond Borders.. Beyond Boundaries.. Beyond Reason.. Big Love (Dance Scenes).. Bird s Eye View.. BLINk.. Broken Saucer.. Brutal Calm.. Buried Moments.. Buried Monuments.. Call Forward.. Canticle for Rain (2009).. Cappuccino Moment.. Casseopeia.. Centennial Motel and Rest.. Cocktail.. Coffee Shop: Espresso (2004).. Cold Beneath Me.. Concrete Garden.. Court.. Courtyard.. Crave.. Crave to Tell.. Crossbow.. Crutch.. D Vine.. Departure (2003).. descent.. Desperate Song.. DisCover.. Distant Embrace.. Dither.. Double Bill: X-ODUS Crave.. Earth.. Earth s Scent.. Edge.. Elements of Touch.. Eugene Walks with Grace.. Excavating Ascent.. Expressions of Motherhood.. Fence.. Fiftyne.. Flock Landing.. Fractured Corners.. Futura.. Geometry.. Glass.. Grava.. Greyscale (2012).. Hangman.. Heaven Can Wait.. Hour to OUR.. House of Cards.. Icara.. In a Crowd.. In an Empty House.. In Blood.. In Case of Fire.. Interlocking Waves.. Irene Stands Alone.. Jericho.. Just Dance J|F.. Laced Rain.. Ley Lines.. lifeDUETS.. Linoleum (2006).. Long Live.. Lost Innocence.. Mammalian study.. Mantle.. Megan.. Midnight Crunch.. Mika  ...   Dramas 1.. Spirit of Desire.. Stable Dances.. Storm.. Suspended Disbelief.. Tabled Manners.. Terrain (2006).. The Complex.. The Nature of Technology.. The Psycho of Life.. The rain.. The Stumble (2012).. The Visitor.. Trace Elements.. Turbulent Flow.. Uncaged.. Unconscious City.. uncover.. Unhinged.. Unsettled Years.. Unveiled.. Wedding Threads.. Witnessed (1997).. World Dance Alliance.. X-ODUS.. Years Unsettled.. Yoghurt Venom.. Zummel (1999).. Kaeja d’Dance’s new pair of shows inspired by intimacy.. Review.. Recognized Creation:.. Source:.. The Globe and Mail.. When:.. 11/03/2013.. Kaeja d’Dance’s new pair of shows inspired by intimacy - The Globe and Mail.. pdf.. Bateman Reviews Crave.. Bateman Reviews.. CI Intensive with Allen and Karen Kaeja, Aug10-16, 2014.. Mark Young, Leviathan Studio.. 10/21/2013.. CI Intensive with Allen and Karen Kaeja.. Ballet Jorgen’s Formation is full of energy and expression.. Paula Citron, The Globe and Mail, 2013.. Examples of compelling art form in Toronto.. 06/26/2013.. 2013 Mark Morris Dance Group demonstrates beauty of contemporary dance.. Dance company’s new works explore ranges of intimacy.. Preview.. The Canadian Jewish News.. 04/15/2013.. CJN Kaeja D dance.. Men in Motion.. Article.. Toronto Star.. 02/07/2013.. Voir Magazine.. VOIR Magazine - excerpt.. Crumpled Juxtapositions.. The Dance Current.. The Dance Current _ Crumpled Juxtapositions.. Arts: Spoon Music.. The Underground.. The Underground Review Spoons.. 1 of 14.. ››..

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  • Title: Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: Awards.. The Neighbourhood Arts Network TD Arts Diversity Award.. TD Bank Group.. Nominated.. 2013.. Where:.. Toronto, ON.. Who:.. Allen Kaeja.. Karen Kaeja.. Caring Connections Certificate of Appreciation.. Toronto District School Board.. Awarded.. I love dance/J aime la danse Innovation Award (finalist).. Canadian Dance Assembly and Rosco Floors.. 2012.. Canada.. I love dance/J aime la danse Community Award.. Best Site Specific Work of 2012.. Globe and Mail.. Creative Concept.. Best Local Choreographer (finalists).. NOW Magazine.. 2011.. Toronto, Canada.. 2009.. Outstanding Performance Nomination (Dance Division) Long Live by Kathleen Rea.. Dora Mavor Moore Awards.. Jury Prize Nomination.. Dance on Camera Festival.. New York, USA.. Co-Director.. Douglas Rosenberg.. Videodanza Prize Nomination.. Sao Carlos Videodance Festival.. Barcelona, Spain.. 1 of 5.. Kaeja Firsts.. Accomplishments.. Choreographed over 140 stage works across 4 continents.. Choreographed and directed 20 dance films produced by Bravo! and CBC.. Written two books for Education.. Express Dance (ED) and Transcending Media.. ED is Ontario Curriculum recommended.. Created the first company of young dance professionals in Canada (Kd’D2), which toured, taught across Ontario for 3 years.. Taught over 40,000 learners.. Toured to over 20 countries and over  ...   residencies around the world, including Sweden, Venezuela, India, USA, Canada (The Banff Centre, The Theatre Centre, and L'Agora de la danse).. Films are in the permanent collections of York, Ryerson, Calgary Universities and the MoMA and Jewish Museums, NY and Yad Vashem, Israel.. Co-Founders: fFIDA-Canada’s largest International Dance Festival; Estrogen – Festival of Women choreographers; and CanAsian International Dance Festival.. Distinguished in the Canadian Encyclopedia, Dance Theatre Encyclopedia, and Canadian Who's Who Encyclopedia.. NOW Magazine’s Best Local Choreographer finalists (2011), Top Ten Artists (2001) 25th Anniversary Issue (2001).. Numerous national and international awards, honours, and nominations for creation, choreography, performance, dance films, and educational programs - see awards listing for details.. Toronto District School Board awarded Kaeja their Caring Connections Certificate: “In recognition of significant contribution as an educational partner that supports student achievement and success”.. Created the first hands-on dance-on-film courses at a university level in Canada.. Introduced Contact Dance to National Ballet School, continue to teach at School of TDT and Ryerson University.. 7000 visitors witness the critically acclaimed BIRD’S EYE VIEW at Casa Loma Stables (#1 hit of Nuit Blanche-Toronto Star 2007)..

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  • Title: Quotes | Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: Filter by Creation.. "[The company’s] inaugural show is short but packed with more real dancing and engaging content than is often seen in contemporary dance.. If ever proof were needed that fine dance artists get better with age, a new Toronto dance company called Cloud 9/7e Ciel, making its debut this week at the Young Centre, is all anyone should need to be convinced [.. ] heavily invested in the belief that dance is a humanistic art form and that movement can reveal aspects of character that words never could [.. ] his choreography is physically demanding but also calls on the experience of these fine artists to be able to convey a world of meaning through even the slightest gesture.. It’s almost impossible to imagine young dancers pulling it off.. This is dancing and choreography for real grown-ups.. " (.. Cloud 9.. Toronto Star, Michael Crabb, 2013.. "Wines that get better with age always start off with a good crop […] so it is with dance […] always fine dancers: Sylvie Bouchard, Karen Kaeja and Claudia Moore [.. ] Middle age has enhanced rather than diminished their capacity to deliver physically powerful and emotionally rich dancing [.. ] they dance from the inside out making their bodies' articulation fully expressive of inner motivation [.. ] Only dancers with lives lived can pull off this kind of work successfully [.. ] a framework within which senior dancers can continue to practice their art beyond the conventional dancer "sell by" date.. And why not, when these artists have so much to offer?" (.. ).. Dance International, Michael Crabb, 2013.. "The biggest applause of the evening went to charismatic Allen Kaeja as Satan.. Kaeja is credited with helping create his own choreography, which transforms Satan into pure evil, whether as the sensuous, conniving serpent  ...   a romantic relationship.. absolutely haunting.. ”.. Recognized Creations:.. "Crave is one of Karen’s finest works - a poignant exploration of a romantic relationship in all its sweet and hideous colours.. The final image is absolutely haunting.. "A disarming and beautiful exploration and risky camaraderie.. Karen Kaeja speaks of imperfection and “the commitment to excavate a rich and fertile relationship “ that “keeps digging, bearing its gifts in all its sweet and hideous colors.. ” And this is precisely what Crave achieves in gorgeous individual form and casual interplay, the rich, clumsy, eloquent, and unexpected layers we reveal when we attempt to couple.. a fragile and explosive journey as both Karen and Allen Kaeja take the ultimate audience-performer risk by inviting their guests onstage.. On opening night they succeeded beautifully with a layered, impeccably directed arrangement of movement, music, and choreography that began with intimate beginnings and flirted with what were simultaneously delightful, explosive, risky and magically unexpected endings.. Bateman Reviews, David Bateman, 2013.. ".. truly leaves an indelible impression.. real substance, choreographic intelligence and nuanced, layered meaning.. Leave that to veteran dance maker Karen Kaeja who’s crafted a gem of a solo for Fyffe called uncover that turns something as mundane as a self-inflating bed into a metaphor of multiple meaning.. It’s almost a duet as the muscular Fyffe continually adjusts her body to stabilize it as the ground — the inflating bed — shifts beneath her.. What is her story? What does she yearn for? What has she lost? All relevant questions that challenge an audience to engage with and ponder a compact dance that delivers.. ".. Michael Crabb, Toronto Star, 2012.. "While Allen Kaeja is known for hard-hitting physicality, and his wife, Karen, embodies lyrical grace, their different choreographic styles converge nicely.. ".. Paula Citron, Toronto Life, 2008.. 1 of 13..

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  • Title: Artistic Directors | Kaeja d'Dance
    Descriptive info: Artistic Statement from Karen Kaeja.. (.. Co-Artistic Director.. , Choreographer, Dancer, Teacher).. Karen Kaeja is a 2009 Dora nominee for Outstanding Performance.. Co-artistic director of Kaeja d’Dance with Allen Kaeja, she performs and choreographs for stage and film.. Distinguished in three Encyclopedias - the Canadian Who's Who Encyclopedia, The Canadian Encyclopedia, and the Encyclopedia of Theatre Dance in Canada - she has also won the Moving Pictures Best Performance Award, a Paul D.. Fleck Fellowship for innovation, and was nominated for the 10th Annual American Choreography and the 2006 Banff World Television Awards.. Karen has been in creation residencies, commissioned, and presented by dancers, festivals, and performance series in Sweden, Venezuela, India, Spain, Mexico, Portugal, Israel, Indonesia, England, the US, and several Canadian tours including the Canada Dance Festival (10 seasons), the Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival GCDF (4 seasons), Banff, LiveArts, Dancing On The Edge, Tangente, L’agora, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Yukon Arts Centre, Dusk Dances (5 seasons), PMDT, Canadian Children’s Dance Theatre, School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Sylvie Bouchard, Gwen Noah, MOCEAN, and DanceWorks.. Named "One of Toronto’s top Improvisers" (Toronto Life), her teaching work is also informed by her solo and duet practice.. Karen and Allen were the first Contact teachers at Canada’s National Ballet School and have been on faculty at the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre for twenty years and Brock University.. Celebrated in NOW Magazine’s top ten dance artists and named in its 25th anniversary issue a "champion of contact dance," she teaches at Conferences, Festivals and Universities across North America.. Karen has also been instrumental in the development of Kaeja Elevations, one of the keystones of Kaeja practice.. In culmination of much of their work together, the Kaejas’.. EXPRESS DANCE: Educators’ Resource for Teaching Dance.. consolidates their approach to hands-on dance education.. Karen mentors up-and-coming artists and co-founded several projects, including Cloud 9, the aLOFT Project, Festival of Interactive Physics (FIP), Kd’D2, Estrogen, MADance Screen Salon, and Reel.. mlolvlels.. A featured dancer for Allen Kaeja and Kathleen Rea, she has danced in over seventy premieres and hundreds of performances created by exceptional dance artists including Marie-Josée Chartier, Claudia Moore, Peter Bingham, Jessica Runge, Randy Glynn, Maxine Heppner, and Holly Small.. Karen is an avid contact improviser, attending the weekly jams whenever possible, where she continues to practice her dancing big and small.. Screened in over 400 festivals worldwide, Karen has appeared in television documentaries, including the Gemini-nominated Bravo!.. Freedom.. documentary series on Canadian dance, as well as in nineteen films for CBC, BRAVO! and Bravo!FACT, garnering international awards and a Gemini nomination for.. Her first film directing credit  ...   an internationally recognized and award winning choreographer and filmmaker.. Invited in 1981 by the Ontario Olympic Wrestling Federation, to compete for “the team,” he chose dance as his career instead.. Since 1982, he has created over a hundred dance pieces and has choreographed for twenty-six films.. Allen is Co-Artistic Director of Kaeja d’Dance with his life partner Kare.. n Kaeja and he recently completed his MA in Dance at York University.. He is co-founder of the CanAsian International Dance Festival (1996-present) and fFIDA (1991-2000).. His stage works have been presented in festivals around the world, including in Norway, Sweden, Israel, the UK, Portugal, India, Mexico, Venezuela, Spain, the USA, as well as at the.. VANOC Cultural Olympiad.. Allen has also received a number of commissions from international dance companies from Sweden, UK,.. India, Mexico, the USA, Norway, among others.. Allen’s awards include the prestigious Clifford E.. Lee, K.. M.. Hunter, and Paul D.. Fleck Choreography Awards (Canada), the Bonnie Bird Award (UK), a UNESCO citation, and the Moving Picture Award for best performance (Canada).. Allen also performed as Pushkin in Moze Mossanen’s Gemini-winning dance film.. In addition, Kaeja films have been screened all across the globe and have been nominated for the American Choreography Awards (LA) and the Banff World Television Festival Awards (Canada).. They have received special ‘Jury Mentions’ from IMZ (Europe) and American Dance Festival (USA).. The Kaeja films are also a part of the permanent collection at the MoMA, the Jewish Museum in New York, and the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Israel.. Allen has just received another Bravo!FACT for an upcoming dance film,.. , co-directed with Oscar-winning special-effects master Colin Chilvers.. Allen and Karen Kaeja teach Master classes in Kaeja Elevations and Dance Film.. Allen is also currently on faculty at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre (since 1991) and at Ryerson University (since 2002).. He has just published his second book, entitled.. Transcending Media: Adapting the Dance Production Asylum of Spoons, from Stage to Film.. This y.. ear alone, Allen has received a dozen national and international commissions, in the USA, Mexico, and elsewhere.. His new work,.. Jericho,.. for Ut I Scenekunsten, has been touring Norway for the past year, and his recent concert with Karen Kaeja,.. , celebrating 20 years as Kaeja d’Dance, was an audience and critical success.. Finally, Allen worked as the International Guest Choreographer and Judge for.. Mexico’s Canal22 and their reality dance series.. Opera Prima.. Allen and Karen were finalists in the Now Magazine “Best Choreographer 2011” and Canadian Dance Assembly National I Love Dance Awards for Innovation and Community, of which they won the latter..

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    Descriptive info: Amanda Acorn.. Dancer.. Amanda Acorn is a graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and the Canadian College of Performing Arts.. She has spent time training in Europe at Impulstanz in Vienna and with anouk van djik dc in Amersterdam.. read more.. Andrea Nann.. Porch View Dances Choreographer.. Andrea Nann has a 24-year career as a professional dance artist living and working in Toronto.. She was a full-time member of the Danny Grossman Dance Company for fifteen years from 1988-2003 where she created, performed, taught and toured major roles from the works of Mr.. Bruce Barton.. Dramaturg.. Bruce Barton is the Artistic Director of Vertical City Performance as well as a playwright, dramaturg, director, and scholar.. His stage and radio plays have been produced across Canada, celebrated with multiple award nominations (National Playwriting Competition, Merritt Awards), and  ...   began her career in the arts with Act IV Theatre at Adelaide Court.. After two years backstage at Toronto Workshop Productions, her design debut was for the premiere production of TomsonHighway s The Rez Sisters under mentor and director Larry Lewis.. Diana (Groenendijk) Rose.. Porch View Dances Vignette Choreographer.. Commissioner.. Diana (Groenendijk) Rose is a contemporary dance artist based in Toronto.. She is the co-director of Flightworks and a member of the Aloft Project.. Edgardo Moreno.. Composer.. Edgardo Moreno is a composer specializing in film and contemporary dance.. He has been commissioned for projects in Canada, Venezuela, Mexico, Sweden, England and USA.. Elysha Poirier.. Media Designer.. Elysha Poirier is a visual artist, working in various forms of new media.. Her techniques in painting, illustration, design and stop-motion animation have been adapted to video for live performance.. 1 of 6..

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    Descriptive info: Staff.. Jaclyn Rodrigues.. Education and Production Coordinator.. Jaclyn is a recent graduate of Ryerson University s Performance Production Program.. Having spent many years dancing herself and working with children in theatre and dance, she studied arts administration and public relations at Ryerson Theatre School.. Julye Huggins.. Web Manager.. Julye Huggins is a PhD candidate in the Dance Department at York University, from which she also earned a MA and honours BFA.. Peter Mansfield.. Web Designer/Developer.. Sam Marinucci.. Auditor.. Mikaela Demers.. Developing and Marketing Assistant.. Originally from Manitoulin Island, Mikaela Demers is a current undergrad student purusing her BFA in dance at York University.. Shana Hillman.. General Manager.. Shana Hillman is  ...   a high school arts teacher at the Scarborough Centre for Alternative Studies (SCAS) where she teaches dance, film and media classes to young adults.. A graduate of OCAD and the University of Guelph, Karin completed her B.. Lori Endes.. Member since October 2012.. Marc Richard.. President.. Member since: October 2011.. Marc Richard began teaching for the Halton District School Board in 1990.. Peter Watson.. Treasurer.. Member since: April 2011.. Chartered Accountant (ret d).. Native Torontonian although have lived elsewhere too; retired CA-IFA; businessman and investor; writer and jack-of-all-trades; volunteer and arts patron; homebody and traveller; athlete and reader; dancer when no-one is watching.. Evelyn Tauben.. Secretary.. Member since April 2011..

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    Descriptive info: Since 2001.. when Kaeja d'Dance hit the scene, they have been known for their sophisticated partnering, creating exhilarating and physically demanding contemporary dance work.. The work is personal, highly physical, quirky, sensual, as well as revealing stories, lives lived, and depicting risks we take as human beings.. As intimate as they are bold, the Kaeja’s two sensibilities dovetail seamlessly in creation and performance.. Their work has carved a unique path in Canada and abroad garner.. ing.. awards.. praise.. from communities small and large.. Created.. -Year.. 1990.. 1991.. 1992.. 1993.. 1994.. 1995.. 1996.. 1997.. 1998.. 1999.. 2000.. 2001.. 2002.. 2003..  ...   a whimsical and telling duet of racing hearts that navigate loneliness, unsettledness and the hope that keeps us hanging on.. In.. , Allen’s "trademark stamp of hyper physical…complex and nuanced choreography," Toronto Star, features Karen Kaeja with four incredible performers, taking risk to the next level through explosive and intimate struggles.. “To arrive one has to leave” - AK.. pop-up Porch View Dances.. Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 19:00.. Friday, December 13, 2013 - 04:00.. wind down your week with us.. melt into the weekend and catch the first of our afternoon series with stunning dance artists.. 1 of 39..

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    Descriptive info: Since 2001 when Kaeja d'Dance hit the scene, they have been known for their sophisticated partnering, creating exhilarating and physically demanding contemporary dance work.. Their work has carved a unique path in Canada and abroad garnering praise from communities small and large.. 1980.. 1981.. 1982.. 1983.. 1984.. 1985.. 1986.. 1987.. 1988.. 1989.. 1 of 60..

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    Descriptive info: Site Specific Work.. There is nothing more powerful than a mother and son playing, discovering, and supporting each other's journeys.. family = intensity, beauty and reality..

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