What's On!


Stedroy Crump and Tessa Rae's Research Residency Presentation 2022 (L-R) Crump, audience members
Neilla Hawley, Mark Dela Cruz, and Emily Solstice Tait's Research Residency Presentation 2020 (L-R) Dela Cruz, Solstice Tait, audience members
(L-R) Benjami, Christopher, Sage and Stedroy Crump

Who: Dammecia Hall+Art City+YLDE


When: August 1st, 2024 10:30am-2:20pm

Where: Meeting Point at Art City Building, 616 Broadway Street. Event takes place at Broadway Street Skate Park behind Art City
Price: Free

Wheelchair Accessible

Gender inclusive washrooms located at Art City

ASL interpretation



This fun, challenging individual training approach will get you moving in ways you didn’t think possible. You will discover rhythm, style and personality, from a strongly skilled resident choreographer. Each segment of the course includes: introductions, outdoor warm up, indoor warm up and a few water breaks to learn a short dance combo. You will leave feeling energized and confident. Don’t forget to bring a bottle of water. 

10:30AM – Warm up with DAMMECIA HALL
11:00AM – Lead with DAMMECIA HALL and 393 CREW
11:30 AM – Lead with DAMMECIA HALL and DJ GeNie
12:00PM – Lunch (Provided by Art City)
1:00PM – Lead with YLDE & DAMMECIA HALL
2:00PM – Final (20m) & enjoy

*If you have any dietary restrictions please bring your own food.


Founder of Define Movement, is passionate about dance, leadership development and mentoring small businesses.She is a graduate of the Senior Professional program of the School of Contemporary Dancers in affiliation with the University of Winnipeg’s bachelor of arts (honours) in dance degree program. As a professional contemporary dancer, dance workshop facilitator, and an alumna of the Nafro Dance company, Dammecia has also made her name in Toronto, participating in many projects by the likes of the Nu Dance Performance Institute, the Toronto District School Board and Our Streetsville Square project. Fluent in hip hop and African movement as well as ballet, modern and contemporary styles

About Art City:

Art City is a community art centre that offers high quality, free-of-charge art programming to those who need or wish to express themselves creatively.
Our mission is to create a positive and expanding cultural impact on the unique needs of the community by:  

    • Fostering self-expression in participants, encouraging a sense of ownership, self-respect, and pride in their work and community.
    • Being a part of the neighbourhood, a place that is safe, comfortable, and supportive.
    • Being accessible by offering free-of-charge, quality programming with local, national, and international professional artists.
    • Being sustainable and available to the community day after day, year after year.
    • Being a model for future community art centres.

Call to Action


Want to make a difference? We gratefully accept donations. Your financial support helps provide a foundation for emerging artists, catalyzes innovation and makes it possible to advance dance and movement-based art in Winnipeg.  To learn more and to donate to Young Lungs Dance Exchange, please contact us.

Call to Action 2

Host a Workshop

Young Lungs Dance Exchange is looking for workshop leaders. Have an idea? Tell us more.

Call to Action 3

Movement Practice

Young Lungs Dance Exchange invites all movers and thinkers to learn new skills, experience alternative pathways, and engage in dialogue. Titled Movement Practice, the event is a time to dance and discuss in a comfortable, inclusive environment.


Young Lungs Dance Exchange is a Winnipeg-based network of independent dance and movement-based artists dedicated to supporting each other and advancing their art form.

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of:

For more information about Young Lungs Dance Exchange, please contact us at younglungs.wpg@gmail.com. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram!