Residencies

Artist-in-Residence : The Research Series

The Research Series is a paid artist’s residency developed for dancers and artists working on the research phase of movement-based art forms.

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  • January 2018 - Research Series Nov-Jan 2018 This winter, three teams, each with their own set of questions about movement, are working in the Young Lungs Dance Exchange Studio. Hannah Everest, Brittany Thiessen, and Jaz Papadopoulos lead the movement research this series. Between them, they have wide-ranging approaches to movement - contemporary dance, clown, dance/theatre - providing for a multifarious series of events. Continue Reading
  • Research Series July 2016-June 2017 - (November-January) with essayists Jillian Groening and Leif Norman Jaime Black is a Métis multidisciplinary artist based in Winnipeg. Perhaps best known for her pivotal work The REDress Project, an installation project addressing violence against Indigenous women and girls. Jaime’s art practice engages in themes of memory, identity, place and resistance. Currently Researching... Jaime's work is situated in an understanding of the body and Continue Reading
  • Young Lungs Dance Exchange Research Series Showings 2017 - CLASSES on JAN. 7th ($5/class): 1:30pm- w/ Jaime Black [at Theatre Incarnate 320-70 Albert St.] 3:00pm- w/ Brenda McLean [at Theatre Incarnate 320-70 Albert St.] 4:30pm- w/ Kristy Janvier [at Theatre Incarnate 320-70 Albert St.] SHOWINGS on JAN 14th ($5/showing): 7:00pm- Jaime Black w/ Lise McMillan [at Rachel Browne Theatre 2-211 Bannatyne Ave.] 8:00pm- Brenda McLean w/ Ali Robson [at Continue Reading
  • YLDE /// Call for Submissions : Research Series 1st Quarter - August - October, 2016Deadline: June 15, 2016.Applications must be submitted online to [email protected] read the guidelines before applying.What is the Research Series?A research laboratory designed to support the individualized creative process of movement-based artists by providing resources such as artists fees, rehearsal space, performance and public presentation opportunities. The purpose of the series is to allow for in-depth research, critical thinking, Continue Reading