E: santeesmith@hotmail.com

Monday, August 29

Santee Smith presents Here On Earth
at the

3rd National Aboriginal Dance Symposium "In the Spirit of Dance"
October 13-15 in Victoria, B.C.

The event will bring together Aboriginal artists and presenters working in both traditional and contemporary forms, from across the country to celebrate the richness and diversity of Aboriginal dance performance and culture.

The symposium will provide professional development opportunities for established and emerging Aboriginal performing artists, artistic producers, cultural presenters, cultural arts workers, community organizations and youth. Workshop facilitator Santee Smith will present workshop, "Body Awareness & Creative Movement".

The evening performances will feature the diversity of Canada's top Aboriginal performing artists. This event is supported by Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, and the Province of British Columbia.

For further information and registration call:
George Taylor at (250) 727-7958
or visit www.inthespiritofdance.com :
Masquerades | Mastering | Muscular | Need | Nominate | Origins | Poluprisedanie | Scientists | Secondly | Sharp | Squats | Study | Systematic | Tendu | Their | Position | Powerful


Sunday, August 28

Here On Earth
Harbourfront Centre Theatre
231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Tickets: $16
Harbourfront Centre Theatre Box Office: (416) 973-4000

A DanceWorks Co-Works Series Event :
Battement | Carnival | Catherine | Character | Characteristics | Classical | Closing | Combinations | Contemporary | Develop | Dropping | Dynamic | Effect | Exercises | Famous | Feet | Festival | First | Fitness | Fourth | Further | Grade | Hierarchical | High


Sunday, August 21

Major Update!
New Web site layout, new production information, updated biography and CV, more reviews, and more photographs.

Here On Earth:
Here On Earth will premiere in full length production at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Toronto, Ontario on October 6,7, and 8 at 8:00 pm.

" Smith's evening-length celebration of Mother Earth, finds emotional resonance in its evocation of traditional Iroquois cultural symbols..."

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