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InSitu Multi Arts Festival: "The Lost Museum” Artist Talks & Workshops Series

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This workshop is an introduction to movement scores from ideation to interpretation. Using dance improvisation vocabulary, participants will consider the integration of movement scores as an integral part of the creative process for live dance performances and dance film. Of interest to dancers, physical theatre and movement artists/movers with any level of experience.

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Rohan Dhupar (He/Him) is the curator of the 'Lost Dances Collection' in The Lost Museum. A Mississauga-based multidisciplinary artist with diverse training in theatre, musical theatre, contemporary dance performance and creation, Rohan has performed with the Charlottetown Festival (Mamma Mia!, Kronborg, Anne of Green Gables and the The Dream Catchers), Theatre Sheridan (The Threepenny Opera, On The Town, Chelsea Sunrise, Kiss Me Kate); developmental workshop with the Canadian Music Theatre Project (Kelly V. Kelly) and Musical Stage Company, Frog in Hand( cave,forest,river,field. Lifers). He has numerous credits for film, television, and stage, and has been guest choreographer at Cawthra Park for the last five years. Rohan collaborates with established and emerging artists to challenge perspectives and contribute meaningfully to discussions on diversity, representation, and our current civic climate.

primemovertheatre.com/emergingartists/rohan-dhupar facebook.com/theatreoculus/

Check out the rest of The Lost Museum Series:

Visit the links below to explore and register for more Artist Talks & Workshops in The Lost Museum Series!

Reflecting on Lost and Abandoned Spaces with Ken Snell

April 1st 7:00 - 8:00pm (EST)

Register at: reflecting-on-lost-abandoned-spaces-artist-talk.eventbrite.ca

The Umbrella Reconsidered with Raheel Patel

April 6th 7:00 - 8:00pm (EST)

Register at: the-umbrella-reconsidered-artist-talk.eventbrite.ca

Letters & Packages & Postcards with Andrew Gaboury

April 7th 7:00 - 8:00pm (EST)

Register at: letters-postcards-packages-workshop.eventbrite.ca

Making the Lost Museum with Colleen Snell and Noelle Hamlyn

April 13th 7:00 - 9:00pm (EST)

Register at: making-the-lost-museum-artist-talk.eventbrite.ca

FAQ

What is The Lost Museum?

In Situ Multi Arts Festival: The Lost Museum is an engaging, interactive digital site celebrating art, performance through the themes of “Lost,” introducing viewers to unknown works inhabiting the Small Arms Inspection Building (SAIB). The Lost Museum is filled with stories, short films, interactive gaming, digital features, original artwork, curated collections, and special performances by Mississauga’s creative communities.

Learn more on our event website: www.creativehub1352.ca/insitumultiartsfestival

How can I access The Lost Museum?

The Lost Museum digital site will be launched the evening of March 26th. After the launch, The Lost Museum can be accessed at www.TheLostMuseum.ca

Learn more about the Launch Event at: the-lost-museum-launch-event-insitu-2021.eventbrite.ca

Can I access The Lost Museum after March 26?

Yes - The Lost Museum digital site will be accessible throughout 2021. New artifacts will be added to various collections throughout the year. Once the Lost Museum digital site is launched the evening of March 26th, visit www.TheLostMuseum.ca to discover, explore, and experience exceptional art and performance created by Mississauga's creative communities.

How can I further support your group/ Can I become a Solidarity Member of CreativeHub1352?

We rely on your support for initiatives like the In Situ Multi Arts Festival: "The Lost Museum" as well as our other programs including the Mississauga Creative Craft Beer Festival, Lakeview Farmers’ Market, and Summer Arts Mississauga. Our collective efforts are all about engaging the community and building cultural capacity in Mississauga. We are about innovation and diversity, creativity and accessibility. Our website tells our story. Consider purchasing a membership, becoming a volunteer, or exploring your creative side at CreativeHub1352.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Visit our website at www.creativehub1352.ca or email us at info@creativehub1352.ca

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