DanceLab artists Lee Su-Feh, Tasha Faye Evans, and Zahra Shahab are exploring how masks prompt the creation of new movement vocabularies and generate work. Join them, and special guests Margaret Grenier, Elizabeth Milton, Ocean Hyland, Steven Hill, and Bracken Hanuse Corlett, as they explore how the human body can write choreography into a mask and then, how the mask can write choreography onto another human body. Learn about the use of masks in contemporary art and ancient connections to supernatural beings.
Free admission, refreshments provided
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Supported through The Dance Centre’s DanceLab interdisciplinary research program
Photo: Dancers of Damelahamid by Derek Dix