Through the transformative art of dance, Indigenous youth will be inspired to pursue education, engage in self-expression, and celebrate empowerment. Over the course of two days, dancers will be learning hip-hop choreography to be performed at the WIPCE 2017 closing ceremonies. This workshop will include intense warm-ups & energetic choreography.

Some dance experience, some degree of athleticism, high energy, focus, athletic apparel, running shoes, and a water bottle

Each track must have a minimum of 30 participants registered for the track to run. 


Dovercourt House, 805 Dovercourt Rd, 1st Floor Studio


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Tracee Smith

Tracee Smith is a member of the Missanabie Cree First Nation in northern Ontario, and has obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, an MBA specializing in Indigenous Economic Development, and a Masters in Finance from Queen’s University.

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