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ABOUT ME

Height: 5′ 7″   |   Eye Color: Brown   |   Hair Color: Black

Chancz Perry is an award-winning, multi-faceted producer, choreographer, triple-threat performer, and teacher. He has spent more than 30 years in the entertainment industry – on stage, screen and behind the scenes. Chancz is certified in Early Childhood Education from Saskatchewan Polytech, has a BFA in Dance and a BA in Criminology from Simon Fraser University and is pursuing graduate studies regarding art therapy at the University of Regina. He has served as an artist in residence in Regina Public Schools and as a sessional instructor at the University of Regina, as well as in several roles at the Globe Theatre, where he made a difference in the lives of people in marginalized communities, local artists and production teams, and children of all ages.

Chancz’s purpose is to bring communities together through art, entertainment, culture, and ways of knowing. In his performances, Chancz offers inspiration, distraction and/or education, using approaches that are traditional, progressive, critical, or a mix. “I hope people take away an extraordinary artistic ability that inspires them to pursue their creative endeavours and natural impulses. I want them to realize that they can have success in pursuing their dreams.”

As a teacher, Chancz sees his role as more suited to dismantling the colonial powers that are systemically, structurally, and culturally oppressing students of varying races, genders, sexual orientations, and abilities. “My aim is to foster and promote a safe space and healthy environment for all students to share, learn, explore, experience, and flourish in school as well as in the world we live.”


EDUCATION

MEd University of Regina, Faculty of Education

2019

o In Progress

ECE Saskatchewan. Polytechnic, School of Human Service and Community Safety 

2011

o Achieved a 4.0 CGPA out of a possible 4.0
  o Early Childhood Educator, Level I

BA Simon Fraser University, School of Criminology 

2010

o Achieved a 4.0 CGPA out of a possible 4.0
  o Early Childhood Educator, Level I

BFA Simon Fraser University, School for the Contemporary Arts 

2010

o Achieved a 3.6 CGPA out of a possible 4.0
  o Majored in Dance


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

January 2011 to Present

Sessional Lecturer, Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance, Theatre Department

  • Taught undergraduate courses averaging 25 students per semester, covering the following topics: Movement and Dance I & II; Introduction to Musical Theatre; Triple Threat Musical Theatre; Diverse Dance Styles; Dance Styles of the 20th Century, Dance Styles of the 21st Century; Movement: Performance Skills; Movement: Creative Expression; Pow Wow to Proscenium; and Performing the City
  • Developed grading rubric, syllabus, course materials, lectures, quizzes, exams, and homework

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

September 2016 to April 2018

Sessional Lecturer, Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies

  • Taught undergraduate courses averaging 60 students per semester, covering the following topics: Movement Education; and Rhythmics and Dance
  • Developed grading rubric, syllabus, course materials, lectures, quizzes, exams, and homework
  • Revised the syllabus to meet accreditation standards
  • Coordinated grading and labs with a teaching assistant
     

Globe Theatre, Regina, Saskatchewan

September 2011 to April 2018

Faculty of Theatre, Globe Theatre School

  • Designed and implemented holistic in-school sessions based on Globe Theatre School’s philosophy and linked to Saskatchewan curriculum
  • Active involvement in teachers’ professional development days, lesson planning, and staff meetings

FACILITATING AND COORDINATING

Globe Theatre, Regina, Saskatchewan

March 2012 to June 2018

Globe Theatre School’s Educational Outreach Program Facilitator

  • Staffed and trained to meet the needs of the program
  • Created syllabus and lesson plans
  • Helped maintain files, calendars, budgets, and run the Outreach Program in the
    public, reserve, and Catholic school systems, as well as community organizations
  • Booked and participated in professional development training
  • Helped to secure relationships with various schools and organizations in the community

Globe Theatre, Regina, Saskatchewan

September 2015 to June 2018

Shumiatcher Sandbox Series Coordinator

  • Helped platform new creations on the Templeton Cabaret Stage
  • Coordinated theatrical productions and presentations, including sharing of
    information and delegation to departments and staff members
  • Posted and distributed call for proposals, reviewed selections, lead pitches, and
    adjudicated to select shows for the series
  • Adhered to budgets prepared by the CFO
  • Liaised with artists, Director of Production, Marketing, Box Office, and Front of House
    Management
  • Reported to the CEO and Artistic Director

ECE AND CHILD SUPPORT EXPERIENCE

YWCA, Regina, Saskatchewan

November 2011 to July 2015

Child Support Worker/ Program Lead at Kids in Transition Shelter

  • Participated in the planning and supervision of structured activities for children, while understanding the developmental stages and needs of children
  • Supervised and monitored children during all daily activities, including meals, playtimes, bedtimes, etc.
  • Responded to the emotional and behaviour management needs of children in crisis, with the ability to effectively care for children of various ages who are coping with family issues, change, and separation
  • Followed a case plan for each child and documented daily interactions
  • Ensured a safe and secure environment by following policies and procedures
  • Maintained confidentiality and other ethical principles
  • Demonstrated respect for children and families of various backgrounds
  • Developed skills in problem solving, managing multiple demands, and responding appropriately to incidents and needs as they arose
  • Participated in household management including cooking, laundry, and cleaning

YWCA, Regina, Saskatchewan

November 2010 to July 2013

Early Childhood Educator

  • Provided care for children aged 18 months to five years, with an ability to assess the developmental level of children
  • Encouraged opportunities for creative expression through art, dramatic play, and music
  • Applied the “YMCA Playing to Learn” curriculum
  • Planned, developed, conducted, and monitored appropriate and stimulating activities designed for children
  • Participated in physical activities, including gym and swim times, while supervising and guiding daily activities, field trips and special activities
  • Fostered outdoor activities and gross motor play with well-equipped play areas
  • Facilitated child-led activities through carefully chosen equipment and toys
  • Taught children the values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and inclusiveness towards all living things
  • Assisted in maintaining records of children, housekeeping duties, day care supplies and equipment, and supervising staff, trainees and volunteers

RESIDENCIES AND PROJECTS

Regina Public Schools – Thomson Elementary, Regina, Saskatchewan

2020

  • Artist in Schools residency focused on decreasing stress and building resilience through the arts

Saskatchewan Drama Association – Northern Schools, Saskatchewan 

  2019

  • Shared drama workshops, mentorships, and resources with northern schools that provided expertise and guidance in the development of devised plays and live performances

Regina Catholic School Division – St. Kateri School, Regina, Saskatchewan 

  2019

  • 12-week bilingual project designed for kindergarten students and teacher to explore diverse dance and music styles

Regina Public Schools – Thomson Elementary, Regina, Saskatchewan 

  2017 – 2019

  • 12-week projects, providing curricular and extracurricular instruction in fundamental movement skills, sports, and dance-related activities. Focus was on 70 pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and Grades 2 and 5 students

Escuela Bilingue International School, Roatan, Honduras 

  2017 & 2018

  • Guest artist-in-residence leading adult, teen, and youth conferences, in addition to children’s summer camps and workshops on campus

Regina Catholic School Division – Michael A. Riffel High School, Regina, SK. 

  2017

  • Worked along-side Functional Integrated Alternative Education Program (FIAEP)- staff, students, and “buddies” in order to create “Fast Forward”, a high school musical performed by students with varying intellectual and physical abilities

Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, Regina Newo Yotina Friendship Centre, and Regina Open Door Society, Regina, Saskatchewan 

  2017

  • Facilitated youth to learn new skills to express their stories, to learn from each other and to build intercultural connections by working together to create, develop, and perform

PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

2017

  • Guest lectured for THDS 345: Lighting Design, focusing on stage lighting and dance performance

First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus, Regina, Saskatchewan

2017

  • Guest lectured, collaborated, and co-produced with students and faculty to build a new creation. Making Treaty 4 for- live theatre in INA 390AI: Indigenous Theatre Production.

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

2017

  • Delivered a guest lecture in KIN 341: Active Living & Physical Disabilities about how wheelchairs and movement are used in my pedagogy

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

2016

  • Presented the Hip Hop Hoop Dance Teachers’ Package at the Investigating Our Practices Conference 

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

2014

  • Improv Symposium: “Saying Yes/ Exploring Creative Growth”. Panelist at a symposium organized in collaboration with the Regina Improvisation Studies Centre and the Humanities Research Institute.

Taipei National University of the Arts, Taipei, Taiwan 

2012

  • Delivered a live performance of “Tunde the African Warrior” as part of a showcase and shared a master class with students and scholars at the “Dance and the Child International and World Dance Alliance” conference.

The Djavad Mowfaghian World Art Centre, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia   

2011

  • Panelist at “As the Spirit Moves: Connecting Through Art and Conversations”. Also presented “Kulu” an award-winning animated dance film

Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia 

2009

  • Lectured to third year students on “Functions of Ghanaian Dance”

Dancer Transition and Resource Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia 

2007

  • Panelist at “On the Move Conference” advising emerging and professional dance artists 

WORKSHOPS

Regina Children’s Initiative/Early Years Learning Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan

2015

  • Lead a series of movement workshops for 12-18 toddlers, children, and their guardians

Al Ritchie Health Action Summer Arts Camp, Regina, Saskatchewan 

2014

  • Choreographed and blocked children’s movement/dance for live community performance

Ministry of Social  Services, Regina, Saskatchewan  

2013

  • Private coaching, old-school hip-hop dance: one-to-one sessions with a high-risk youth interested in dance mentorship

Conservatory of Performing Arts, Regina, Saskatchewan  

2013

  • Provided West African dance presentations and workshops to 26 teenage students

Regina Catholic School, St. Augustine Community School, Regina, Saskatchewan  

2012

  • Provided African dance presentation and workshop to 60 elementary school students

Saskatchewan Drama Association, Regina, Saskatchewan    

2012 – 2016

  • Provided “Creative Dance and Movement Possibilities” festival workshop to 30 teenage students at the University of Regina

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan     

2011

  • Hip hop workshop for 47 first and second year dance education students Rhythmics and Dance course 

MacKenzie Art Gallery and New Dance Horizons, Regina, Saskatchewan      

2011

  • Dance workshop to recent immigrants as part of collaboration between New Dance Horizons’ “Pelican Project” and Mackenzie Arts Gallery Dance.

FadaDance, Regina, Saskatchewan        

2011 – 2012

  • Taught workshops exploring creative movement, dance technique, and theatre games. Students were also prepared for parent-viewing and recitals.

International Dance Day, Vancouver, British Columbia         

2010

  • Led a hip hop workshop for 23 Pierre Elliot Trudeau Elementary School students, held at the Dance Centre

Roundhouse Community Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia          

2006

  • Created and delivered a workshop for retired seniors (65 years and older) entitled “Rhythm, Movement, and Creative Expression”.

INSTALLATIONS

Regina Public Library, Regina, Saskatchewan

2019

  • A site-specific performance piece for Nuit Blanche, commissioned by New Dance Horizons and Rouge Gorge performed by Robin Poitras and Chancz Perry installed in the Regina Public Library outdoor atrium

MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Faculty Show, Regina, Saskatchewan   

2012

  • Fade to Black is collaborative video installation that plays with the notions of the frame and the portrait genre. 

EDUCATION BROADCAST

LIVE Arts Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan 

2018

  • LIVE Arts partnered with Globe Theatre and Chancz, to bring improv and theatre games to students across the province through distance education. The program provided teachers and students with tools to creatively explore curriculum through improvisation. The exercises engaged participants in exploring ideas through inquiry-based learning, building positive relationships, and encouraging students to take risks while navigating uncharted territories. This broadcast program was designed for those with little or no training in theatre.

LIVE Arts Saskatchewan, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 

2017

  • “Ghanaian Dance and Music” was facilitated by Chancz Perry and Godknows Kumassah. During this program, Chancz discussed how Ghanaian dance and music are used to celebrate birth, puberty rites, marriage, and death. Students learned a traditional, recreational, and social dance Gahu. Chancz taught students movement sequences, while Godknows accompanied with percussive instrumentation. Students felt transported to Ghana as they developed understanding through demonstration, interaction, repetition, and play.

LIVE Arts Saskatchewan, Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan

2016

  • “Hip Hop Hoop Dance” with Terrance Littletent and Chancz Perry celebrated the similarities between two cultures. Terrance and Chancz spoke of their own journeys as artists and discussed the influence their cultural backgrounds have had on their dance careers. Students developed an understanding of Hoop Dance, Grass Dance, and hip hop through storytelling, demonstrations, and practicing basic steps. Terrance and Chancz modeled how artists work together in the performing arts, and inspired students to create their own collaborative choreographies.

WORKS IN FILM AND TELEVISION

Yesterday Today Tomorrow                  

The Life                                                 

DaVinci’s Inquest                                 

Charlie Horse Music Pizza Series    

Mr. Magoo                                           

Bye Bye Birdie                                     

21 Jump Street             

Esso                                                    

Wings “Pilot”                                      

Neon Rider                                          

Et Pour Toujours 

Principal 

Principal  

Supporting

Regular 

Principal 

Principal 

Recurring (three episodes)

Principal 

Featured        

Featured 

Featured 

Hallmark Entertainment, Vancouver, BC

Odd Man Out Films, Vancouver, BC

Da Vinci Productions, Vancouver, BC 

Sheri Lewis Productions, PBS, Vancouver, BC

Disney Productions, Vancouver, BC

BBB Productions, ABC,Vancouver, BC 

Cannell Films, Vancouver, BC

Communications Corporation, Vancouver, BC

Disney Productions, Vancouver, BC

AVR Productions, Vancouver, BC

Shane Lunny Productions, Vancouver, BC


WORKS IN THEATRE

Hairspray

Hip Hop Hoop Dance

Making Treaty 4 (Workshops)

Gabriel Dumont Wild West Show

The Show Must Go On

West Side Story

Symphony in the Park

Kiss Me Kate

A Christmas Carol

Nunsense

Starry Night

Miss Ever’s Boys (Workshop)

Red Rock Diner (Workshop)

du Maurier Concert

Five Guys Named Moe

Five Guys Named Moe

Black & Gold Revue II

Black & Gold Revue

Cultural Liaison

Producer/Starring

Co-Producer

Starring

Starring

Chino

Starring

Karl

Various Roles

Sister Mary Leo

Starring

Starring

Starring

Stage Performer

Eat Moe

Little Moe

Starring

Starring

Regina Summer Stage, Regina, SK

Globe Theatre, Regina, SK

Riddell Theatre, University of Regina, Regina, SK

National Arts Centre, National Tour

SFU Woodward’s Cultural Program, Vancouver, BC

Stanley, Chino Arts Club, Vancouver, BC

Lumberman’s Arch, Vancouver, BC

TUTS, Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, BC

Carousel Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Western Canada Theatre, Kamloops, BC

Stanley Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Firehall Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Les Production. Phaneuf, Vancouver, BC

Stage West, Vancouver, BC

Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, BC


WORKS IN DANCE

Fame

Snow Queen

Men in Dance

Shumiatcher Sandbox

End of Summer, Orange Leaves Fall

Midsummer’s Night Dream

Kafka’s Monkey

Codice Remix

The Birds

Leading Ladies

Fear and Misery

Moveable Feast

Tunde

Much ado About Nothin

Hip Hop Hoop Dance

Weekend in Alphaville

Out of This World

International Dance Day

The Show Must Go On

Pushing Beyond the Pale

Nayika: A Woman in Love

Kulu

Dare to Make a Difference

Touched

Sekoya music video

Jessie Richardson Awards

Richmond Academy of Dance

Victoria’s Ballet School

Vancouver Theatre Sports

Cowichan Music Festival

White Rock Children’s Choir

Victoria’s Ballet School

Coquitlam Cheerleading Competition

Coquitlam Dance Festival

Surrey Dance Festival

Aftershock

Living In a Big Way

Rori’s Dance Academy

Anna Wyman’s Carnival of Dance

Anna Wyman’s Christmas Concert

Surrey Dance Festival

Torch n’ Sizzle

Harbour Dance Centre

Sliders

Sliders “Pilot”

21 Jumpstreet

Lies From Lotus Land

Choreographer  

Choreographer 

Choreographer/ Performer 

Adjudicator

Performer 

Choreographer 

Choreographer  

Choreographer/ Performer 

Choreographer 

Choreographer

Choreographer 

Choreographer/ Producer

Choreographer  

Choreographer 

Producer/ Choreographer  

Performer  

Choreographer Norman 

Instructor/ Choreographer

Performer  

Producer/ Choreographer  

Co-Producer/Stage Manager 

Producer/Choreographer 

Producer/Choreographer 

Performer 

Choreographer 

Choreographer 

Faculty/Choreographer 

Faculty/Choreographer 

Faculty/Choreographer  

Adjudicator 

Choreographer 

Faculty/Choreographer 

Adjudicator

Choreographer

Choreographer  

Choreographer 

Guest Artist 

Faculty/Choreographer

Faculty/Choreographer 

Faculty/Choreographer 

Choreographer  

Choreographer

Instructor 

Choreographer (two episodes)

Choreographer 

Actor/Dancer (three episodes)

Dancer 

University of Regina, Regina, SK

Globe Theatre, Regina, SK

University of Regina, Regina, SK

Globe Theatre, Regina, SK

Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

Conexus Arts Centre, Regina, SK

Golden Apple Theatre, Regina, SK

MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

University of Regina, Regina, SK

Regina Little Theatre, Regina, SK

University of Regina, Regina, SK

Curtain Razors, Regina, SK

MacKenzie Art Gallery/Royal Saskatchewan

University of Regina, Regina, SK

MacKenzie Art Gallery/Royal Saskatchewan

Neutral Ground Artist Run Center, Regina, SK

Rothstein Theatre, Vancouver, BC

The Dance Centre, Vancouver, BC

Simon Fraser Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Pushing Beyond the Pale, Burnaby, BC

Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver, BC

Kulu Productions, Vancouver, BC

Vancouver Playhouse, Vancouver, BC

SFU Mainstage, Vancouver, BC

Bravo Television, Vancouver, BC

Commodore Ballroom and Vogue Theater, Vancouver, BC

Richmond Gateway Theatre, Richmond, BC

Massey Theatre, New Westminster, BC

Granville Island Stage, Vancouver, BC

Cowichan Theatre, Cowichan, BC

Wheelhouse Theatre, White Rock, BC

Chandos Pattison Theatre, Surrey, BC

Centennial High School, Coquitlam, BC

Massey Theatre, New Westminster, BC

Surrey Arts Centre, Surrey, BC

Aftershock Productions, Vancouver, BC

National Film Board of – Canada

Surrey Arts Centre, Surrey, BC

Centennial Theatre, North Vancouver, BC

Centennial Theatre, North Vancouver, BC

Surrey Arts Centre, Surrey, BC

Waterfront Theatre, Vancouver, BC

Harbour Dance, Vancouver, BC

Universal Productions, Vancouver, BC

Cinevu Films, Vancouver, BC

Cannell Films, Vancouver, BC

CBC, Vancouver, BC


WORKS IN COMMERCIALS

Legal Marketing

Arby’s Restaurants

Ontario Lottery

Ontario Milk

BC Lottery

Principal

Principal

Dancer

Dancer

Principal

Brudder Productions (US Regional)

W.B. Donner & Co. (US National)

Stripes Film Co.

Circle Productions

Circle Productions


WORKS IN VOICE OVERS

SCIC

Mary-Kate and Ashley

Sabrina

Jackie Robinson Story

Air Zoot Cell

Actor

Principal/Claude

Principal/Booke

Various

Actor

Earthbeat Communications

Animation City Recordings

Animation City Recordings

CBC

Westward Communications


HIP HOP HOOP DANCE PRODUCTIONS

2020

89 Schools

Leader Festival

Kaleidoscope Festival

Splash

Waterfront Theatre

Indigenous Theatre

Two school shows

Five school shows

ArtStarts Tour

Festival

Coquitlam Centre Park

Old Town Theatre

Season Launch

Season Launch

Tour

Tour

ArtStarts, British Columbia

Municipality of Leader, Saskatchewan

Coquitlam, British Columbia

Newmarket, Ontario

New Performance Works, Vancouver, BC

National Arts Centre

Medicine Hat, Vernon, British Columbia

Manitoba Arts Network, Winnipeg, Manitoba

2019

The Annex

Showcase

ArtStarts

2018

Saskatchewan Schools – (45)

Station Centre Theatre

Casino Regina

Glensby Arts Centre

Junior Concerts Tour    

Community Show

Saskatchewan Arts Award       

Showcase    

Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils

Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils

Awards Saskatchewan Arts Board

Manitoba Arts Network

2017

Kinsmen Park

Victoria Park

Festival   

Festival

PotashCorp Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan

Regina AfroFest

2016

Lyric Theatre

Balcarres Elementary

Ochapowace Reserve

Theatre Festival

Performance

Site Specific

Chautauqua Theatre Festival

Balcarres Elementary and Milestone High School

Ochapowace Nation

2015

All Saints Anglican Church

40th Anniversary Gala

Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan

2012

Ranch Ehrlo Campus

Moscrop Secondary

Royal Saskatchewan. Museum

National Aboriginal Day

Black History

Kids Fringe

Ranch Ehrlo Society, Pilot Butte

NCBWF

Regina International Fringe Festival

2011

MacKenzie Art Gallery

Miller Elementary School

University of Regina

Blueprint Series

Place Project

Dreamcatcher

New Dance Horizons and Sâkêwêwak Artist Collective

Davidson and Miller Schools

YBCDS


HONORS AND AWARDS

Bice Caple Award

Canada International Film Festival

Gerald and Sheahan McGavin Award

42nd Annual Worldfest Houston International Film and Video

Bice Caple Award

Kitsilano Film Festival

G&F Financial Group Annual Awards

NextFrame: UFVA’s Touring Festival of International Student Film and Video

SFU University Service Award

Gerald and Sheahan McGavin Award

School of Criminology Alumni Scholarship

SFU University Service Awards

Undergraduate Open Scholarship

International Mobility Award

SFU University Service Award

Director’s Guild Award of Recognition

Vancouver Sun’s Reader’s Choice Award for Entertainer of the Year

Jessie Richardson Awards

2010

2010

2010

2009

2009

2009

2009

2009

2009

2008

2008

2008

2008

2007

2007

2001

1995

(1993/94 & 1995/1996 nominations)

GRANTS

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Arts in Schools – Residencies – Interdisciplinary

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Arts in Schools – Projects – Diverse Dance and Music

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Arts in Schools – Projects – Creative Dance

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Independent Artist Collective – Hip Hop Hoop Dance

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Independent Artist Collective – Hip Hop Hoop Dance

Saskatchewan Arts Board – Arts in Schools – Projects – Movement Exploration

2019

2018

2018

2018

2017

2017


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Professional Development

Aboriginal Awareness, ACS Aboriginal Consulting Services, Regina, Saskatchewan

Play and Exploration for Early Learning, Government of Saskatchewan, Ministry of Education

FASD Principles and Practices Workshop, FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan, Regina

2014 & 2015

2015

2013

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Certifications

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Certification, Cornell University Residential Child Care                    

Tattered Teddies Certificate, Centre for Suicide Prevention  

2015

2014

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Field Study

University of Ghana, Accra, West Africa,                                                                                         

Intensive studies in Ghanaian dance, music, history and culture

Achieved 3.75 CGPA out of a possible 4.0

2007

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Directed Study

University of Ghana, Accra, West Africa,                                                                                         

Thesis: “The Functions of Ghanaian Dance and Music”

Achieved 3.75 CGPA out of a possible 4.0

2007

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Private Coaching

Dagbe Cultural Arts Centre, Kopeyia, Ghana,                                                                                

Lessons in social, ritual, ceremonial, and war dances; visual art development

in basket weaving and tie-die, and one-on-one drumming and music.

2007


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Canadian Actor’s Equity Association, Dancer Transition Resource Centre, Dance Saskatchewan, Canadian Dance Alliance of Dance Artists, and Union Des Artistes


LANGUAGES

English: Native Language

French: Intermediate Listener, Intermediate Speaker, Intermediate Reading and Writing


REFERENCES

Due on Request


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