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Discover Dance with Emily Law at Meridian Arts Centre (formerly Sony Centre) Tues Wed March 10 11 12 -1pm 1 Front St

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Discover Dance with Emily Law at Meridian Arts Centre (formerly Sony Centre) Tues Wed March 10 11 12 -1pm 1 Front St

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March 12, 2020
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You are invited to Discover Dance, a free, all-ages, lunch hour series, where you will be introduced to some of Toronto’s incredible dance artists. Hosted by the award-winning choreographer Nova Bhattacharya, Discover Dance is an hour packed with dance and conversation. You will have the opportunity to see dance and share your thoughts; to hear stories and ask questions; and to discover how dance forms from near and far are being woven in Toronto’s cultural scene.

ABOUT THE ARTIST - Emily Law is a contemporary dancer, street dancer, and choreographer. She graduated from The School of Toronto Dance Theatre and The Etobicoke School of the Arts. She has trained and competed in house dancing and waacking. Emily is a founding member of Mix Mix Dance Collective, the Toronto house dance crew Warehouse Jacks and Parks N’ Wreck. Emily has had the pleasure of working with companies and artists such as: Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, The Dietrich Group, The Chimera Project and Alias Dance Project. Her choreographic work has been showcased on companies and in festivals such as: Toronto Dance Theatre, The Next Stage Theatre Festival, Toronto Fringe Festival, CanAsian Dance Festival, The Reel Asian Film Festival, Guelph Dance & Fall For Dance North. She has been nominated for two Dora Mavor Moore awards, a Gemini, & the 2017 Premier’s award. Also, she recently represented Canada in the hip hip category at Jeux de la Francophone with Mix Mix Dance Collective in Abidjan.

Discover Dance is also presented uptown at MERIDIAN HALL on March 11. Click here for more information.

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Special thanks to Nova Dance!
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