The Culture+ series is designed to enrich the body and the intellect. A variety of unique experiences that aim to deepen the understanding of contemporary dance are proposed, including some that call on intellectual and physical engagement.
Upcoming participative events
From the heritage of oppression to imagining possible futures
On Friday, October 6, just after the Heritage in Motion program, take part in a round-table discussion with artists Nasim Lootij (Iran) and Christine Friday (First Nations) as well as special guests: Marc Pronovost (Social Art Consultant and General and Artistic Director of B21) and Catherine Joncas (Artistic Guide and Co-Founder of the aboriginal theatre company Ondinnok).
Friday, October 6
At ÉDIFICE WILDER – Espace danse
In Harmony with Time Workshop
Intended for amateurs and dance professionals, this workshop is to be approached like a meditation session. Nothing is imposed on participants. Solely guided by questions and suggestions, you are free to follow your own path. Through a series of thoughts, you are invited to pay attention to your decision-making process, your emotional response, and the way you store information. The abstract environment provided by the workshop aims to create a safe space where each person can feel free to test and redefine the way they interact with others.
10$ students / 20$ regular (taxes included)
At ÉDIFICE WILDER – Espace danse / Espace vertSEE THE ARTIST’S LATEST CREATION IN TANGENTE’S SEASON
Thematic book table
Just before the show on Friday evenings, discover our table of books about dance, specifically chosen to go with the theme of the show or the artists’ creative process! Flip through and buy graphic novels, fiction, nonfiction, or poetry books selected by Librairie Le Port de tête.
Discussion with the artists
Right after the show on Friday evenings, Tangente curator and co-founder Dena Davida hosts a Q&A with the choreographers and their collaborators. An opportunity to enhance your experience of the show.
As part of our Sunday performances, we aim to make dance more accessible to children by inviting members of the public to experience contemporary dance as a family activity.
Free for children under 3 years old sitting on an adult’s lap. Reduced rate for those from 3 to 18 years old.