The Culture+ series comprises various activities designed to stimulate the body and enrich the mind, conceived in collaboration with workers from the field. Beyond shows, we offer an array of activities that aim to deepen the understanding of contemporary dance.
Come to the Café-bar throughout the season and discover the works of Sylvain Rivard, aka Vainvard, a multidisciplinary Québécois artist of Abenaki descent. Wishing to highlight the artistic contribution of Indigenous artists and raise questions and take concrete action in support of land acknowledgement, our curator Ivanie Aubin-Malo has launched the Doll exhibition project. Inspired by Tangente’s programming, this project proposes a dialogue between our dance works and the works of this seasoned artist.
Following the Gouvernement du Québec’s health emergency decree and request that theatres close their doors, the Café-bar is closed until Monday, May 4, 2020.
Discussion with the artists
Right after the show on Friday evenings, Tangente’s curator Marco Pronovost (or a guest expert) hosts a Q&A with the choreographers and their collaborators. An opportunity to share and enhance your experience of the show.
Fulfilling the need for a social and cultural life as a family beyond shows and spaces dedicated to young audiences, Tangente invites parents to experience contemporary dance with their children on Sundays.
Free for children under 3 years old sitting on an adult’s lap
Reduced rate for children from 3 to 18 years old
Early 4pm show
In our café-bar on performance nights, discover a selection of books about dance and contemporary art related to the themes of the shows or the artists’ creative process. Flip through and buy books of all genres!