Swallowing Clouds


Arts Etobicoke in partnership with the Tiger Princess Dance Projects presents Swallowing Clouds, a multidisciplinary workshop series bringing professional dancers, authors, poets, and musicians into the community. This workshop series is for youth aged 10 to 14 years. Participants are guided through an inspiring creative journey. Our interdisciplinary approach provides participants with a safe space to express themselves physically, aesthetically, and emotionally. Together, we’ll use movement, music, & literary arts to create our own work of dance theatre… from the comfort of your own home!

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Yvonne Ng, B.F.A., M.A. (York University), is the founder, choreographer and artistic director of not-for-profit contemporary dance tiger princess dance projects (1996). The company’s repertoire, including Yvonne’s works and commissioned works, have toured Ireland, Singapore, Germany, Italy, and across Canada. Yvonne is a certified Open Source Forms©, Dance for Dementia (Baycrest NBS Sharing Dance) and Ashtanga Yoga teacher with training in Partners for Youth Empowerment, Dance for PD™ and functional anatomy with Irene Dowd.  She has taught at and created dances for Ryerson and York University, University of Waterloo’s Dept. of Drama and Speech Communication, University of Calgary,  and for 6 years at the Theatre Department at Juniata College, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and La Salle College of the Arts, Singapore.  A recipient of 2017 Muriel Sherrin Award (Toronto Arts Foundation), 2016 Jacqueline Lemieux Award (Canada Council for the Arts), K.M. Hunter Artist Award, New Pioneers Arts Award (United Way), Chalmers Arts Fellowship, Soulpepper’s Community Artist Award and Ontario Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts – New Talent.

Venue: Online