June 11th, 10:00 am & 1:00 pm
Riverfront Park, Brompton House of Arts and Culture
Mellemrum is a choreographic journey that takes place along the banks of the St. Francis river on an old meeting ground for the Abenaki nation. Inspired by the area’s history and topography, this in situ performance aims to unite humans of all cultures and backgrounds, using dance as a starting point, a universal language that all people hold in common.
Mellemrum is an artistic concept initiated by Danish choreographer Kitt Johnson. Through collaborations with local choreographers in different cities throughout the world, she creates an outdoor production that is firmly rooted in the public sphere.
Artistic Direction: Kitt Johnson
Artists: Élise Boucher de Gonzague, Francine Châteauvert, Vicky Gélineau, Alice Grondin Segal, Tomás Jensen, Morgane Le Tiec, Giverny Welsch
Guides: Kitt Johnson et Judy Lacroix
Photos: Emmanuelle Roberge
Useful information :
– Have comfortable shoes
– Have clothes adapted to the weather (hat, raincoat, sunscreen…)
– For families, no strollers (baby carrier recommended)
– The activity could be cancelled only if the weather threatens the safety of the artists and the public (heavy rain or storm).
– Please note that the route is on a terrain with varied and not always uniform surfaces.