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2021 Ontario Regional Contact Jam — ORCJ
The annual Ontario Regional Contact Jam (ORCJ) may or may not happen in Toronto again in 2021. (It almost certainly won't happen in the first half of the year.)
When it does happen, we think it's the biggest Contact Improvisation Dance Jam in North America, with over 250 people attending over the three days. Follow the link for details.
Especially welcoming to new people, non-dancers, people of all sizes, ages, shapes, mental and physical abilities.
Contact Ian! Allen about car pooling to this event from the Ottawa/Gatineau area.
2021 February – Call for Proposals: The Future of CI
February 15 2021 – Proposals Due
In writing your proposal, respond to one or more of these central questions:
ACCEPTING WORKSHOP PROPOSALS THROUGH FEBRUARY 15, 2021
2021 April – International Online Conference on the Future of CI
April 23 to April 25 2021 – International Online Conference
Call for Workshop Proposals on The Future of CI – Deadline for submission February 15 2021
The Future of CI: International Online Conferance – Online April 23-25 2021
Join in a global conversation about the future of contact improvisation!
CI is nearing its 50th birthday. The world has changed in many ways, as has dance itself.
We have a tremendous opportunity right now. COVID-19 has paused our dancing together and given us time to reflect. Will we step back in right where we left off? Could this be a pivotal moment to make a change?
With presenters from around the world, this conference will offer ideas and reflections on major topics like Equity and Access and CI in a Changing World. From presentations to panels, movement workshops and facilitated conversations, together we’ll broach topics on Consent, Queerness, Equity, New CI Forms, the Pandemic and more.
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