Bridging Generations Through Dance
A project presented by Dancing With Parkinson's , funded in part by the Government of Canada's New Horizon's for Seniors Program and the Ontario Arts Council.
Information on the 2020 Intergenerational Dance Project will be forthcoming later this year.
Welcome to The DWP Intergenerational Dance Project!
Following the incredible success of DWP’s Promoting Intergenerational Connections through Dance Project (2016-2017), we are delighted to introduce a new Intergenerational Dance Project for 2018-2019: Bridging Generations through Dance.
Like its predecessor, this project uses dance and the choreographic process as a means to promoting increased social interaction and
understanding between seniors and youth.
Through a series of 10 intergenerational dance workshops involving DWP dancers and students from the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre (CCDT), the Bridging Generations through Dance project provides a unique artistic opportunity for both seniors and youth to express themselves and connect on multiple levels.
For more information or to be part of this extraordinary dance experience, contact us at:
For tickets: Bridging Generations Through Dance
Through a series of 10 intergenerational dance workshops, celebrated choreographer Anisa Tejpar will lead a collaborative artistic process through which DWP seniors and CCDT youth collectively explore issues and themes related to ageism.
The workshops will culminate in an original choreography and free public performance on Sunday, February 24, 2019.
(1.15 to 3.15 PM)
September 23, 2018 to February 24, 2019
Venue for rehearsals:
Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater
509, Parliament Street, Toronto, ON M4X 1P3