Vitruvian Recipes

Bill ColemanI blogged awhile ago about Magdance 3 which involves a residency by New Dance Horizons at the MacKenzie Art Gallery. The residency coincides with NDH’s 30th anniversary, and involves a variety of performances, workshops and a special presentation by the MacKenzie of an exhibition highlighting the work of Quebec artist/choreographer Francois Sullivan.

As part of the residency, NDH is presenting a performance this afternoon by Toronto dance artist Bill Coleman (pictured) called Vitruvian Recipes. You can find a bit of info on Coleman on the NDH website. I’m not sure what the work involves, but Coleman’s appearing as part of the Blueprint Series that typically features work that’s in the process of being developed.

Vitruvian Recipes goes at the MacKenzie Gallery at 2 p.m. and tickets are $15.

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