DANCELAB

SUPPORTING RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN DANCE AND OTHER DISCIPLINES

DanceLab provides up to 40 hours of fully-subsidized studio space at Scotiabank Dance Centre to enable 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 share their research with the public through an informal studio showing.

DanceLab Artists 2021-2022

Flamenco

Michelle Harding

Michelle Harding is a professional flamenco dancer, teacher and choreographer based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Michelle is one of Vancouver’s popular tablao performers, known for her improvisational instinct, rapid-fire footwork and engaging presence. Always ...
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Restless Productions

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Ballet, Community-Engaged, Contemporary, Film, Improvisation, Multidisciplinary, Site-specific

Virginia Duivenvoorden | Crossmaneuver

Kay Huang Barnes and Virginia Duivenvoorden launched their collective on September 11, 2020. We are connected by a shared history of performance in interdisciplinary and site-specific works during our time working together with the Karen Jamieson Dance Company...
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Residency and lab artists also have the opportunity to be mentored through one-on-one sessions with senior artists.