Workshops

With more than 10 years of experience in arts teaching (university, professionnals and recreational contexts), Priscilla Guy offers a great number of approaches to explore the links between the moving body and cameras, dance and cinema. Workshops can be of different duration (two hours, one day, one week two weeks), offered in French or English (or both). No specific technological material is needed (camera, computers, editing software) : the content of the workshop can be adapted to the space and material available.

  • Circuit-Est (Montreal, Canada) – 2017 : « Intimacy and Proximity »
    • One-week workshop 10am to 6pm, everyday
    • With Camille Auburtin (France)
  • Circuit-Est (Montreal, Canada) – 2015 : « Editing as a choreographic tool »
    • One-week workshop, 10am to 6pm, everyday
    • With Katrina McPherson (Scotland)
  • Circuit-Est (Montreal, Canada) – 2014 : « Screen as a site specific location »
    • One-week workshop, 10am to 6pm, everyday
    • With Paulina Ruiz Carballidos (France)
  • Circuit-Est (Montreal, Canada) – 2013 : « Introduction to screendance »
    • One-week workshop, 10am to 6pm, everyday
    • With Douglas Rosenberg (USA)
  • University of Lille SHS / Dance department (Lille, France) – 2018 : « Choreographic adaptation »
    • With 8 students 3rd year – BFA
    • 24hrs workshop over 5 days
  • University of Lille SHS / Dance department (Lille, France) – 2016 : « Introduction to screendance »
    • With 17 students 2nd year – BFA
    • 24 hrs workshop over 8 days
  • Workshop for professional presenters (Montreal Canada) – 2018 : « Introduction to screendance »
    • With 30 presenters form Quebec
    • 6 hrs workshop
  • Maison d’arrêt Bordeaux-Gradignan (Bordeaux, France) – 2016 : « Shared creation in prison »
    • With 8 detainees, men’s quarters
    • 4hrs workshop
    • With Camille Auburtin (France)
  • Circuit-Est (Montreal, Canada) – 2014 : « Alors on tourne? »
    • With 8 teenagers
    • 16hrs workshop over 2 days
    • With Ximena Monroy, Paulina Ruiz Carballidos (Mexique, France)
  • Primary School Piché-Dufrost (Châteauguay, Canada) – 2015 : « Introduction to screendance »
    • With 25 children 7-8 years old
    • One-day workshop

Mentoring

Priscilla Guy offers a mentoring service for artists who want to be supported step by step, from research to presentation of their screendance project.

Emilie Cardu-Beauquier, 2016-2017 – « Petites failles »

With the support of RQD's Coup de Pouce program
Artistic and organizational support in the preparation, production and distribution of a screendance short film.

Annie-Claude Coutu-Goeffroy, 2014-2015 – « Éléonores »

With the support of CALQ
Artistic and organizational support in the preparation, production and distribution of a screendance short film.

Curation

The list below contains the programs put together by curator Priscilla Guy, following the invitation of several collaborators.

Regards Hybrides on tour (Montreal and Terrebonne, Canada) – 2018

7 short films, 4 presentations in February
In collaboration with Réseau Accès Culture and Hector-Charland Theatre

Ciné-Corps Festival (Paris, France) – 2018 : « L’autoreprésentaiton et l’imagerie de soi »

10 short films, 1 presentation in February
To the invitation of Virginie Combet, director of Ciné-Corps

Regards Hybrides: An International Forum (Montreal, Canada) – 2017

35 short films, 1 presentation in November
In collaboration with Tangente

Regards Hybrides on tour (Montreal, Canada) – 2017

5 short films, 3 presentations in April
In collaboration with Réseau Accès Culture

Cine-conference: what is videodance? (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada) - 2016

4 short films, 1 presentation
In collaboration with SPEC du Haut-Richelieu

Web showcases of Bourse RIDEAU (Quebec, Canada) – 2015

4 short films, 2 web presentations in February

Screendance panorama: Quebec creation (Bordeaux, France) – 2014

8 short films, 1 presentation in June
In collaboration with Camillau and Ciné-réseaux

Videodance night (Mont-Tremblant, Canada) – 2014

5 short films, 1 presentation

In situ dance evening and videodance (Montreal, Canada) – 2013

3 short films, 1 presentation
In collaboration with Escales Improbables Festival and Espace Lafontaine

Bourse RIDEAU meeting-discussion (Quebec, Canada) – 2013

6 short films, 1 presentation

Projection evening and discussion (Montreal, Canada) – 2013

3 short films, 1 presentation
In collaboration with Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique

Tapas and videodance evening (Montreal, Canada) – 2013

5 short films, 1 presentation
In collaboration with Arrêt de Bus Bistro