Community Outreach & Residencies
NDW stimulates the local dance scene by providing opportunities for performance and professional development. Outreach takes many forms including workshops, choreographic labs, and creative residencies. Our programs benefit both artists and the general public with much-needed training and mentorship.
Flamenco Residency with Raíces y Alas
In 2017 and 2018 NDW, in partnership with Newfoundland and Labrador Arts and Culture Centres, hosted Andrea Williams (Raíces y Alas) for a province wide workshop and performance series.
LUCA "LAZYLEGZ" PATUELLI COMMUNITY OUTREACH & RESIDENCY
In October 2018 NDW, in partnership with The Luca “Lazylegz” Outreach Committee (The Arts and Culture Centre, Eastern Health, the Coalition of Persons with Disabilities, the Canadian National Institution for the Blind (CNIB), the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA), Easter Seals, Memorial University, The Wellness Coalition, Recreation NL, Rare Disease Foundation, and L’Arche Avalon, Rotary East Foundation, and Eat Well and Participate) hosted dancer/activist Luca "Lazylegz" Patuelli.
This is an unprecedented collaboration between the performing arts and health sectors across the province culminated in a province wide tour through which Luca offered a series of lectures and workshops sharing his message of "no limits, no excuses" to an audience of all ages and abilities.
Technical Residencies allow artists to explore and realize technical details of their work. Artists have time in the theatre to think and move through each production element with the guidance of professional technicians.
2018- Catherine Wright, Lois Brown
2017- Sarah Joy Stoker
Remix a creative exchange
In 2017, visiting choreographers reinterpreting dance works by local artists. A cross-country partnership between Studio 303 (QC), Mile Zero Dance(AB), Neighbourhood Dance Works (NL) and The CanDance Network.
Work by: Louise Moyes — Mavis Gallant: a docuDance
Remixed by: Amber Borotsik (Calgary, AB)
Work by: Candice Pike — couerPulse
Remixed by: Thea Patterson (Montreal, QC)
Funded by Canada Council for the Arts.