bi/chotomy is an exploration of racial androgyny. Shaped by influences of bharatanatyam & choreopoetry, tea & coconuts, bridges & oceans, madness & queerness, family & ancestry, it unfurls one person’s path of existing simultaneously as brown & white, first-generation & second-generation, mad & brilliant, binary & non-binary, marginalized & model-minority.
A graduate of the University of Lethbridge, Rebecca holds a Multidisciplinary Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Artistic explorations include Imagination Miscellany: Summer of Self Love, Verbasive, The Wedding Reception: Love in the Margins, Escape Velocity, My Other Self, (un)earthed, The Art of Access//Ability, A Wake, s/kin, Legion Blues, Tideline, For the Love of a Zombie, In Transit featuring LalitaGoraGirl, Wake. Rebecca is a collaborative member of both Mindhive Collective and Undercurrent Theatre, and creates works at the intersections of community organizing, feminism, anti-oppression, theatre, performance art, movement, dance, design, writing, installation and film.
Amazing integrated dance artist and choreographer, Alice Sheppard, is coming Edmonton for a dance creation intensive and the following public events:
At La Girandole
(La Cité Francophone, #12, 8627 rue Marie- Anne-Gaboury (aka 91street), T6C 4S8)
Lower (the) Depths.
CRIPSiE artists Lindsay Eales and Danielle Peers are Creative Developers in the Lower (the) Depths. With Barak adé Soleil and the Creative People's Caucus. September 4th in Montreal's MAI theatre.
All members of the public are welcome to this process-based outreach activity
CRIPSiE will be offering company classes this fall! Classes will use improvisation to explore composition and dynamics. Dancers will have a chance to explore their individual dance and adaptation skills, and practice moving with a group. These classes are open to everyone. We encourage people interest in dancing and in choreographing to attend.
When: Saturdays 6:30-8pm from September 12th to October 24th
Where: Glenrose Gym (10230 111 Ave, Edmonton)
Cost: $25 suggested, pay-what-you-can
Contact email@example.com to register.
Choreography & Composition Program
From November 2015 to April 2016, CRIPSiE will support three emerging choreographers to create a short piece of integrated dance choreography.
Artists who attend our company classes are invited to submit a proposal to choreograph a piece for our upcoming show in November 2016.
Come for the show, stay for the talk-back and dance! Talk-back hosted by disability scholar and CRIPSiE Artistic Associate Danielle Peers, and will feature artists from the show. Come, ask questions, and learn about disability history and integrated arts in Alberta.
Journey with us through disability and non-normativity. Featuring three provocative crip performances: Swallowed the Fly, Unraveling the Dis/abled and (Dis)integrated Dance. These works are both intensely personal and decidedly political.
Co-produced by CRIPSiE and Brooke Leifso of Mindhive Collective. Featuring J Brooke Leifso Danielle Peers Kelsie Acton and Lindsay M Eales
PCL studio at ATB Financial Arts Barns
$15 or Pay What You Can (no one turned away)
PCL studio is serviced by bus (routes 4, 7, 52, 94, 106). Parking is available.
ASL interpreted, close captioned, with visual description available and childcare by requesting here .
This event is generously supported by the Edmonton Arts Council, the City of Edmonton, and the Living Archives on Eugenics in Western Canada as a part of their Eugenics Awareness Week.