Join us for these free dialogues about dance at the Firehall during the festival! Mon July 7, 7pm – Connecting Past & Present: where traditional & contemporary dance meet Featuring Michelle Olson (Raven Spirit Dance), Starr Muranko, Olivia C Davies, & Maria Simone, rehearsal director for Lara Kramer Danse. A free pre-show talk preceding Lara Kramer’s NGS (“Native Girl… Read more »
Introducing the Dance Passport, your guide to a dance adventure that takes you through to streets, parks & hidden places of Vancouver! Best of all, it’s free and if you explore enough dance frontiers, you’ll earn a free ticket!See any of the below free/by donation, site-specific shows & collect stamps along the way:Dusk Dances – July 4 –… Read more »
We are excited that the Canadian Society for Dance Studies will be hosting a conference at SFU in downtown Vancouver during the festival this year. Conference participants get a special pass rate for the Edge – ask about it when you register. For more information check out the Canadian Society for Dance Studies website.
Monday February 17, 2014 Where: Firehall Arts Centre 280 East Cordova Street Vancouver, BC V6A 1L3 Time: 6:30PM Light refreshments will be served Following the AGM, please join us for the first in a series of Community Forums focusing on the future of the Dancing on the Edge Festival. In 2013, Dancing on the Edge… Read more »
Our friends at the Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Centre and Davie Street are offering patrons visiting the Festival a great discount! Check out their Vancouver City Centre location at 180 w. Georgia St in downtown Vancouver. Sandman Vancouver City Centre Situated in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Centre is located directly… Read more »
The Dancing on the Edge Festival of Contemporary Dance is back! Started in 1988, this festival has brought some of the world’s brightest and edgiest talent to the streets and stages of Vancouver for 25 years. For 2013, the Festival will be presenting dancers from across Canada in multiple venues, from the Firehall Arts Centre… Read more »