Calgary Movement Artist Mark Ikeda
We Don’t Look Back
Scars Are Healing Wrong
By Julie Ferguson
Calgary’s Pamela Tzeng
Presents the installation
As a Matter of Box
Denise Clarke of Calgary’s One Yellow Rabbit
dances to music
Choreography by Alida Nyquist-Schultz (more…)
Mile Zero Dance Featured Artist: Helen Husak
Fight or Flight
Duet, The Space Between
Exciting new work from the Good Women Dance Collective at the
Punctuate! Theatre‘s Scars Are Healing Wrong featuring Julie Bennett
This show was so well-paced and full of great imagery that I couldn’t resist sharing a few more.
Dancers in rehearsal for Connection at Catalyst Theatre
This frenetic, occasionally jarring, new work by the Good Women Dance Collective considers the social behavior of many creatures including human beings. Stripped down to instincts, these animals are attracted to light that ultimately motivates and shapes the way they move.
This is the first in a series of movement-based films produced in Edmonton, AB. It premiered at the 2012 Expanse Movement Arts Festival.
The athletic and fluid Raena Waddell is a local arts professional whose work is often presented at the Expanse Movement Arts Festival.
Rehearsing a transformation sequence at the 3rd Annual Rubaboo Arts Festival.
Richard Lee performs the movement arts piece They Shoot Buffalo, Don’t They? at the Catalyst Theatre.
Vincent Forcier, Richard Lee, and Erik Pipestem in rehearsal.
Alberta Aboriginal Arts presents Richard Lee, Troy Emery Twigg, and Nathan Loitz in a segment from a stylish movement arts production making its debut at the Realtors Expanse Movement Arts Festival 2011. The work was created and directed by Ryan Cunningham and choreographed by Troy Emery Twigg.
Amber Borotsik, founding artistic director of the Expanse Movement Arts Festival. She can be seen in the upcoming Windrow Performance production Backwater.
The irrepressible Jon Lachlan Stewart of Surreal Soreal Theatre in Blue at Expanse 2011.
Good Women Dance Collective members Alida Nyquist-Schultz and Ainsley Hilliard