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CRIPSiE & GWDC Ticket Pack

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Attend two dance performances for the price of one! It’s a special ticket deal for GWDC’s Convergence (November 10-12) and CRIPSiE’s Careful (November 18-19). When you buy the $20 ticket, it entitles you to entrance to both shows. How the ticket pack works: Buy a ticket for $20 …

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Citie Ballet Choreographer instructs GWDC Class

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The Edmonton dance community is getting a chance to work with celebrated Ontario-based choreographer, Alysa Pires. She’s teaching GWDC’s contemporary dance class on Tuesday, October 18. The 1.5 hour session runs 10-11:30am at the Muriel Taylor Studio at Ruth Carse Centre for Dance (11205-107 Ave in Edmonton). This …

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Announcing Action Theater Improv Workshop

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Join Sarah Bild, Montreal choreographer/performer and certified Action Theater™ instructor, for a workshop in the approach honouring all aspects of our expression: body, voice and words. Workshop | Stimulating the Imagination through Action Theater A three-hour workshop exploring Action Theater™ — a unique form of embodied improvisational theatre …

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Apply for GWDC Internships

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Three internships are available for the production process of Convergence 2016. The interns will work with GWDC in lead-up and during our annual contemporary dance showcase playing November 10-12, 2016. We’re able to offer these opportunities thanks to the The Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) run by Volunteer …

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Guest Instructor | Jane Alison McKinney

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We’re excited to announce that Jane Alison McKinney will instruct two GWDC contemporary dance classes in early June: Thursday, June 9 at 10-11:30am Friday, June 10 at 10-11:30am Her contemporary technique class will consist of dynamic floorwork, centre work and the practice of traveling with a sense of …

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Rental Information

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GWDC is making our studio at 11205-107 Avenue in Edmonton available for rentals. The large, spacious room with a sprung hardwood floor is perfect for performance work and classes. Email us for more information and rates at info@goodwomen.ca

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What’s Cooking 2016

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We’re excited to host What’s Cooking?, a sneak-peek of six locally created works in front of a live audience. Six different works-in-progress from across Alberta’s artistic disciplines will be workshopped with an audience in an afternoon and evening performance. With no stage proper, the performers and audiences will …

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2016 New Work Award Recipient

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Good Women Dance Collective is delighted to announce the 2016 New Work Award recipient… Congratulations to Aimee Rushton! She obtained her dance diploma from Grant MacEwan College and then went on to graduate from the School of Contemporary Dancers in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Upon graduation, Aimee was hired by …