Potent Ground for Creativity

I teach how to deeply listen, hear, feel, intend, create and make art
— Desirée Dunbar

Last year Brittany Dugan a Toronto dancer turned writer dropped by our Trout Lake Creative Collaborations class. She was tracing the history and benefits of community dance in Vancouver. 

Her recent article in the Dance Current sheds awareness on the momentum of the community engaged practice particularly with marginalized folks like those down at Carnegie in the lower Eastside.

Hear what Dezza Community Dancer Linda Maschak has to say about community dance over here >>


When there’s intent, commitment and sensitivity-to space, sound, others, energy, there is potent ground for artistic excellence regardless of age, culture, ability or background.
— Desirée Dunbar