Beyond the walls
Bringing together activities designed to enrich the body and the mind, the Culture+ series is open to students, non-professional dance lovers, artists, and managers.
The Tangente experience is much more than sitting in a dark theatre. Each season, you can also find us in parks, galleries, and more. We occupy the public space! Keep up with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to discover special events that will brighten your everyday.
Spotlight on our previous event
HOST AN ARTIST
From March 1st to June 15, Tangente and choreographers Ian Yaworski and Philippe Meunier have participated in the Host an Artist program with a 12-week project that involved 174 students from 3rd to 6th grade from the Lanaudière school. 96 workshops have been given to create a contemporary gig and body percussion choreography. An original soundtrack has been produced by singer/songwriter Dumas. The dance piece was then performed publicly and was also be the subject of a making-of. Mediator Marco Pronovost was overseeing the entire process.
This project is made possible thanks to The Culture in the Schools program and the support of the ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur.
Public presentation & discussion
With artist Manuel Shink
Around his latest creation La mécanique des dessous
Following his residency at the Maison de la culture Pointe-Aux-Trembles, the artist – programmed at Tangente this season – will present and question his work-in-progress before the public. This is a great opportunity to understand and get actively involved in his creative process before the premiere at the Édifice Wilder in november. A collaboration with Accès Culture.
Friday, October 6, 2017
At the Maison de la culture Pointe-Aux-Trembles
Architectural video projection
At dusk, from September 9 to 11, the original creation Anaphore will coat the façade of the ÉDIFICE WILDER – Espace danse. The first video projection created especially for the exterior screen of this new building, it has been chosen by a jury from an impressive group of submissions for its poetic qualities, refined aesthetic, and diverse representations of the body and dance.
Choreographer Jacques Poulin-Denis
Composer Olivier Girouard
Creative studio Ottoblix
On February 21st, 2017, in the Place-des-Arts metro station, we launched our Winter/Spring Season 2017 with a choreographic installation titled Waltz by artist Jacques Poulin-Denis. This performance was part of the POSSIBLES project developed by LA SERRE – arts vivants to celebrate the 375th anniversary of Montréal.
At the pace of once a month throughout 2017, POSSIBLES presents the work of 12 artists from various artistic disciplines in collaboration with 12 creative partnerships in 12 uncommon Montréal venues. These site-specific events draw our attention to sustainable development. Citizens are invited to express their ideas about what is at stake for the City of Montréal. Their contribution is integrated into the creation of the artworks.