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Festival – Dancing in the Park ONLINE 2021

21h00 à 22h30

En ligne


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Dancing in the Park ONLINE 2021, presented by Toy Guns Dance Theatre brings you 4 distinct programs of dance film and discussion from artists across Canada and beyond!

SEPTEMBER 16-19 — Every night at 6PM PDT // 7PM MDT // 9PM EDT

Catch the entire festival for FREE live on YouTube!

In its second online iteration, the festival is once again moving from the Edmonton Legislature grounds to the virtual world, bringing artists and audiences together from across the country and the world. This year, you can expect more bold, expansive and curious works that explore the lines between mediums: dance, film, sound, animation, poetry, nature, bathtubs and more!

Each program includes a post-show talkback with the artists to engage in an open discourse about their experiences and speculations of art-making and witnessing in 2021 and their thoughts on the expansions and intersections of dance, film, performance and digital art.


This year’s festival features five main stage artists/curators/moderators:

Michael Baboolal
Chenise Mitchell
Tamar Tabori
Tia Kushniruk & Katherine Semchuk


Program1 – Sept 16

Tamar Tabori
Cindy Ansah
Kristen-Innes Stambolic
Isabel Val

Program2 – Sept 17

Tia Ashley Kusniruk (featured artist) / Katherine Semchuk (co-curator, moderator)
Andrea Rojas
Eilish Shin-Culhane
Roger Sinha

Program3 – Sept 18

Chenise Mitchell
Mpoe Mogale
Elvina Raharja

Program4 – Sept 19

Michael Baboolal
Audrianna Martin Del Campo
Baffour Kwasi Obeng-Adjei
Shana Wolfe


If you would like to support next year’s programming, we would appreciate any donations through the following link

broadcasted from Treaty 6 – the land of
Niitsítpiis-stahkoii ᖹᐟᒧᐧᐨᑯᐧ ᓴᐦᖾᐟ (Blackfoot / Niitsítapi ᖹᐟᒧᐧᒣᑯ), ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ ᐊᐢᑭᕀ Nêhiyaw-Askiy (Plains Cree), Tsuu T’ina, Michif Piyii (Métis), and Cree.
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Festival Assistant: Anna Pratch
Toy Guns Artistic Director: Jake W Hastey
Funders: Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Edmonton Arts Council, Canadian Summer Jobs, City of Edmonton, Government of Canada, and Sahara Sandblasting