Community Talk with Liz Kinoshita
Saturday, November 5
12 pm – 1 pm — with ASL interpretation childcare available
Prairie Theatre Exchange
3rd Floor, Portage Place
393 Portage Avenue
Pay What You Can
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Walkups are welcome. Masks will be required.
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY TALK
Liz Kinoshita will lead a workshop from 12 – 1 pm opening a discussion on fair practice in our various arts communities. This will be followed by a community talk, where we will sit together and engage in conversations around arts practices and values.
ABOUT LIZ KINOSHITA
Liz Kinoshita was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to Europe in 2002. She studied at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels, Belgium between 2004 and 2008. Liz has since worked with ZOO/Thomas Hauert, Tino Sehgal, Good Move/Eleanor Bauer, Hiatus/Daniel Linehan, among others, as well as making her own work with collaborators such as Clinton Stringer, Justin F. Kennedy, and Salka Ardal Rosengren. In 2013 she started her research into the mechanisms of the musical. In 2014 she created VOLCANO, a contemporary dance backstage musical performance. In 2017 Liz premiered Radical Empathy (commissioned by Den Danske Scenekunstskole) and You Can’t Take It With You, an in-the-round performance about waste vs necessity. Liz was part of the artistic team for West Side Story on Broadway, choreographed by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and directed by Ivo van Hove. Liz’s new creation 11 O’clock is set to be shared on stage and screen in 2021-2023.