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Holy Wild

  • Cre8tery Gallery 125 Adelaide Street Winnipeg, MB, R3A 0W5 Canada (map)
 Holy Wild by Tanja Woloshenin photo: Woloshen and Lise McMillan, photo by Michelle Panting

Holy Wild by Tanja Woloshenin photo: Woloshen and Lise McMillan, photo by Michelle Panting

Holy Wild, brings together Tanja Woloshen, and Lise McMillan, for a new contemporary dance work. As a surreal experiencing of our relationships to wilderness, Holy Wild is a calling to freedom, finding, & getting lost, a diptych of wayfinding.

Holy Wild
Conception + Design + Performance: Tanja Woloshen

World Premiere: 17, 18, 19 August 2017
at Cre8ery Gallery and Studio 125 Adelaide St 2nd floor

8pm Performance/ Doors open 7:30pm
Reception to follow performance on 19 August

Limited seating available; Please reserve:
Tickets $15 with advanced reservation/ $20 at the door- cash only

Photo: Michelle Panting


Tanja Faylene Woloshen BA Hon/ MFA/ BEd
Tanja is a contemporary dance artist and educator, with a profound curiosity for Butoh; she continues to research, practice, and share the cosmos of this form. She is inspired by the holistic imagination, and embodied knowledge. Her work focuses on themes of recognition, otherness, and non-linear identity. Recently she has collaborated with many fabulous dance, theatre, and visual artists, including, Lise McMillan, Mia van Leeuwen, Natasha Torres-Garner, Ming Hon, Andraea Sartison, and Sarah Anne Johnson. Upcoming projects include a dance presentation at the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) annual conference, movement design for Theatre Projects Manitoba’s upcoming season, and further development for Mia van Leeuwen’s Destroy She Said: Part Two!!

Lise McMillan is an independent dance artist based in Manitoba. Lise has performed in Canada and abroad with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (2007-2014) in works by Sasha Ivanochko, Susie Burpee, Serge Bennathan, Brent Lott, and Rachel Browne. Independent work includes Sinha Danse, C. Medina Dance (Austria), Delfos Danza (Mexico) and independent creators Johanna Riley, Alex Elliott, Treasure Waddell, Natasha Torres-Garner and Tanja Woloshen. Lise is the co-director of TheDancePost, an organization serving Winnipeg’s dance milieu. Lise holds her B.A Honours Degree in Dance, and is a graduate of the Professional Program of The School of Contemporary Dancers.