We heartily welcome talented Canadian artist Terrill Maguire to Saskatoon this April. She will be spending the month working with the Free Flow Dance Theatre Company and interested community members on the development of a brand new contemporary dance work.
Both professional and emerging dance artists are invited to join us for the creation process. Please contact us at email@example.com for details.
Everyone is invited to meet Terril on Sunday, April 10th at 11 am at the Free Flow Dance Centre 224 25th St. W. Saskatoon. We will also host a screening of her film of the work Blood Songs on Friday, April 22nd at 7 pm on the big screen at the dance centre. Admission is by donation.
Terrill will be teaching 2 special workshops as a part of the Brian Body Connection workshop series on April 11th and 18th 2:30-4 pm. These workshops are free of charge for everyone who enjoys moving. There will be both in-person and zoom options available. Details on the classes and how to register will be posted on the event page of our website at https://freeflowdance.com/events/ soon.
Interested in getting involved in the creative process with choreographer Terrill Maguire while she is the artist in residence with Free Flow Dance Theatre in Saskatoon April 10-May 7 2022?
Free Flow Dance Theatre invites interested local dance artists age 18+ to submit the following information. Your name, contact email and phone # along with a short description of your dance experience and a paragraph indicating the reasons you would like to be involved with the creative process and how you would most like to participate in it.
The deadline is April 6th, 2022.
Please send information or inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Terrill Maguire is an award-winning senior member of the Toronto dance community. She is a part-time faculty member of the Dance Department of York University, since 2002. She has received the Chalmers Award for Choreography, and a Chalmers Senior Arts Award from the OAC, as well as a Dora nomination, among other grants and awards. She has been commissioned to create works by Dance Ontario for Dance Weekend, The School of Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers, Toronto’s Music Garden, Art in Outdoor Spaces; the National Capitol Commission/Canada Dance Festival, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Arraymusic, Ryerson Dances, Sound Symposium (St. Johns, Newfoundland); and by composers Ann Southam, Mark Sepic, David Jaegar, and Gordon Phillips; among many others. Her work has been presented by York University, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Harbourfront Centre, the ROM, Centre de la Danse (Paris, France), Abbey Theatre (Dublin, Ireland) P.S. 1, Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival, Wave Hill/Touchstone Foundation (New York), The Women’s Center (Los Angeles), Simon Fraser University, Dancing on the Edge (Vancouver), Banff Centre for the Arts, and many more venues. She has devoted substantial time to community arts and educational outreach, offering workshops, performances, and residencies in schools and their surrounding neighborhoods: these projects have taken place in urban and rural locations, including the far northern communities of James Bay, Ontario.
Thank you to SKArts for their support of this project.