Photo by Robert Gillespie
The Swallowing Clouds program was created in 2009, in partnership with the Toronto Public Library for youth, ages 7 to 11. Swallowing Clouds nurtures creative process and discovers the dance stories that live in ourselves. We are professional dancers, poets and musicians that work in the community. We guide participants through an inspiring creative journey. Offering a window into the world of art-making, Swallowing Clouds is an opportunity for self-expression, sharing and most importantly, a chance to have fun. This program promises to be a positive and memorable experience for all.
We’re looking for youth who enjoy movement, music and words.
No previous arts (dance, music, visual or theatre) experience required.
Fruit snacks will be provided.
Founded in 1995 by Yvonne Ng, princess productions supports two divisions - tiger princess dance projects (1995) for Yvonne's activities as a choreographer, performer and arts educator, and dance: made in canada / fait au canada (2001) a presenting biennial festival of contemporary dance works.
tiger princess dance projects has commissioned works choreographed by Ng and choreographers such as Tedd Robinson, Robert Glumbek, and Deborah Hay. These have been presented: Canada, United States, Ireland, Italy, Germany, China, Australia and Singapore receiving critical and popular acclaim. Between 1998 and 2016, these works have garnered 12 Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations.
This workshop is FREE and open to parents/guardians and children, ages 7-11. Parents/guardians are required to attend, but participation is optional.
Registration before March 16th is required for participation.
Open Studio: A Dance Studio Without Walls
Presented by Union Dance in collaboration with Fall for Dance North
The Union and FFDN partnership continues in its third
year to offer free public programming in one of Toronto’s
most historic buildings. This partnership presents unique
programming, specifically curated for Union Station, to
bring you closer to where Toronto is going on the arts and
65 Front St. West
Toronto, ON M5J 1E3