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Zoe Quinn

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Zoe Quinn has been involved with promoting arts in Vancouver for over ten years. She has coordinated communications for festival and season programming spanning contemporary dance, film, music, theatre, and visual art for both local and international artists. Brought up in Ireland and New Zealand, she completed a BA at the University of Otago in Dunedin. Her interest in contemporary dance is focused on its impact for social and political commentary.

Zoe Quinn's Work

Alone and Together

By Zoe Quinn

As a choreographer, performer and teacher, Lisa Gelley, co-artistic director of Vancouver-based Company 605, is fascinated by the complex relationships between individuals and larger groups. Her work investigates how individual identities can exist and transform the larger whole.

Movers

Making Discourse and Dance Meet: Deanna Peters of Mutable Subject By Zoe Quinn

 

The Chaotic Clutter of Consumerism

By Zoe Quinn Unwrapping Culture

Surprise and a certain thrill are expected with the act of unwrapping, and both were certainly delivered in Pichet Klunchun and Alvin Erasga Tolentino’s collaboration, Unwrapping Culture.

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