Jonathan Osborn, Danielle Baskerville, Hannah Schallert, Immer Collective

Growing the Past: Moving & Being Moved at the Spadina Museum House & Gardens

Intensive | Atelier
  • "Kunstformen plate 72: Muscinae" / Photo by Ernst Haeckel

Toronto ON
August 13-31 août 2018
Various times

Spadina Museum House and Gardens
285 Spadina Road

Free | Gratuit

Growing the Past offers a three-week summer intensive on the exterior grounds of the Spadina Museum House and Gardens, presented by Immer Collective as part of Toronto Arts Council’s Animating Historic Sites Initiative. Programming includes daily yoga training and movement classes facilitated by dance professionals, a weekly speaker series, and culminates in three days of contemporary dance performances. All events are free of charge, and open to the public. All events take place outdoors, equipment will be provided. Drop-in spaces are available, however to ensure the best experience for participants, class sizes will be capped at 20, and pre-registration is recommended. For more information and in order to pre-register, please visit jonathanosborn.com/growing-the-past or contact immercollective@gmail.com. Immer is a Toronto-based artistic collective established in 2017, comprised of Jonathan Osborn, Danielle Baskerville, and Hannah Schallert. Immer aims to provide unique and moving meditations on unlikely subjects, collapse constellations between art, science, and culture, and contribute to the evolving landscape of Canadian contemporary performance. Immer’s artistic mandate is to explore phenomena through intensive sensory immersion and physical observation, and create detailed and specific kinaesthetic performance works. Supported through Toronto Arts Council Strategic Funding In partnership with City of Toronto Museum Services & Evergreen Brickworks.

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