Looking for some light to brighten this long winter? L’Agora and Tangente invite you to participate in our festive and imaginative benefit wholly dedicated to contemporary creation.
Because we believe that today’s creations are tomorrow’s heritage!
A bold and entertaining program themed around light to support contemporary dance creators and the Dance Against Violence project.
By participating in this event or making a donation, you help choreographers and dancers access long-term artistic residencies and ensure that their work can be showcased in optimal conditions. You’ll be contributing to the emergence of local creators and accompanying them in their growth.
Your participation also helps rehabilitate women who are survivors of domestic violence. Every year, we give part of the donations we collect to the Dance Against Violence project, which offers movement workshops that empower women to regain control of their bodies. More than 250 workshops have already been given in five Montreal shelters.
Arrive at 6 pm for an unforgettable event marked by creativity and generosity:
Savour our cocktail dinner
Watch a dance battle-inspired competition and vote for the dancer of your choice! Presented by the Ample Man Danse company Be whisked away into a living painting with an excerpt of Habiter by choreographer Katia-Marie Germain, winner of the Prix de la danse de Montréal, Catégorie Découverte
Enjoy many fun surprises
Help the movement grow! We’ll be delighted to see you.
Pierre-L. Baribeau Partner lawyer, Lavery
Alvaro Stylist and owner, Alvaro Coiffure
Patrick Bernier Architect, PMP, Aedifica
Louise Davey Management consultant
Carole Déry Director,Consulting services, CGI
Florence Junca-Adenot Director, Forum URBA 2015, Professor, Département d’études urbaines et touristiques, ESG UQAM
René Malo President, Fondation René-Malo
Laurence Orillard Talent and organisation development, CRHA
Danny Pagé Lawyer, MAP, President – CEO M3DP Consulting
Mario Tremblay Vice president, public and corporate affairs, Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Yasna Rouholamini Business analyst, La Presse