Margaret Grenier

Dancers of Damelahamid / Photo by Derek Dix

Made in BC Celebrates 15 Years With an Interactive Virtual History

The website shows dance hoops, a sweatshirt, a soup can and a hodgepodge of other items tumbling from the trunk of a hatchback on a B.C. highway. Click on any one of them and you’ll be whisked into a story about a dance artist who has toured the province through Made in BC – Dance on Tour or one of the community programs it has supported.

Ilter Ibrahimof, Evan McKie and Margaret Grenier / Image provided by the presenter
Evan McKie, Margaret Grenier, Ilter Ibrahimof

Community Workshops & Inductee Panel

Workshop | Classe

Toronto ON
March 23 mars 2019
Contemporary, Ballet, Indigenous


Beginnings are Everywhere

Reflections on the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival By Jane Gabriels

Join Jane Gabriels on her journey to the 2018 Coastal First Nations Dance Festival (CFNDF). Responding to the experience from a place of accompaniment, Gabriels pivots from viewer to witness.

Wen Wei Dance / Photo by Chris Randle
Aeriosa Dance Society, Co.ERASGA, Karen Jamieson, Margaret Grenier, Lesley Telford, Meredith Kalaman, Wen Wei Dance, Ziyian Kwan

Dance In Vancouver

Performance | Spectacle

Vancouver BC
November 22-26 novembre 2017

Photo Courtesy of Presenter
Dancers of Damelahamid, Margaret Grenier


Performance | Spectacle

February 9-10 février 2018
Thurs & Fri @ 8 PM | Jeudi & Vendredi @ 20:00

Molly McDermott in the work Kai Kairos, by Barbara Bourget and Jay Hirabayashi / Photo by Peter Eastwood

Diverse Expertise

Vancouver International Dance Festival By Andrea Rabinovitch Vancouver International Dance Festival 2017

Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) aims to grow appreciation for culturally diverse dance. In this review - works by Margaret Grenier, Karen Jamieson and Molly McDermott, as well as international company Dairakudakan.

Margaret Grenier, Karen Jamieson, Brian Solomon

Niimi'iwe Indigenous Dance Double Bill

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 30-1 avril 2017
7:00 & 9:00 | 19:00 & 21:00
Indigenous, Contemporary