danse TRANSIT - The series ! (QC)


We're delighted to invite you to participate for free!
  

Register now for the next 3 activities, taking place January 29, February 26 and March 26! 
These sessions are offered by videoconference, in French with simultaneous translation into English, and are intended for graduates of professional dance programs and emerging artists with 5 years or less of professional experience.

If you're unavailable to attend live events, no need to panic! You can register to receive the links for all past videoconferences, including the first two events presented in December.


REGISTER HERE

JAN 29 - 1:00-3:30 PM (ET)

THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND A FULFILLING CAREER

With Paco Ziel, Angélique Desgroseillers (orientation adviser) and the psychologist Michel Brais.

Workshop led by two advisers from the DTRC who offer a thoughtful reflection on the conditions that determine a fulfilling professional life, which can and should guide career-related choices. The discussion will also address the many psychological elements related to this question, in particular the "identity" of the artist.

Given its importance, we will briefly present CNESST's professional rehabilitation program during the session.

FEB 26 - 1:00 to 3:30 PM (ET)

SOLIDARITY, ETHICS AND WORKING CONDITIONS PART 1

Study of two (2) fictitious but plausible case studies in the dance sector. Participants will be invited to identify worrying elements in these stories and to suggest solutions. The experts in attendance will present certain concepts that are often at the origin of conflicts at work.

MAR 26 - 1:00-3:30 PM (ET)

SOLIDARITY, ETHICS AND WORKING CONDITIONS PART 2

This session consists of a discussion between experts, dance professionals and participants around two fundamental components of the work world: solidarity and ethics. Participants will also have the opportunity to express their expectations related to working conditions and labour relations.

We look forward to your registrations!

For any questions, please contact Justine Ricard by email: coordination@crtd.ca

Your danse TRANSIT team: Parise Mongrain, Gabrielle Desgagnés, Camille Chambon et Justine Ricard

 

Past Activities

COMMUNITY, SUPPORT, EVOLUTION 

Discover, some twenty organizations that support the profession! They will allow you to move forward in a more enlightened and harmonious manner in your career.
 

Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique
Conseil des arts de Montréal  
Conseil des arts du Canada             
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec  
Centre de ressources et transition pour danseurs (CRTD) & le CQRTD
Danse à la Carte
Danse Bloom 
Diagramme - gestion culturelle
La danse sur les routes du Québec
La Machinerie des arts
L’Aparté
L’Artère
Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec (LOJIQ)
Maison pour la danse
Nous Sommes l'Été 
Regroupement québécois de la danse (RQD)
Studio 303
Tangente
Union des artistes (UDA)
Union des travailleuses et travailleurs accidentés ou malades (UTTAM) 

This session aims to inform emerging dancers about the role and mission of the various Arts Councils. Come and meet the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Conseil des arts de Montréal! They will present their programs specifically targeting artists at the beginning of their careers and will offer sound advice to improve the quality of your grant applications.

December 1st, 7 to 9:30 PM

WELLNESS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT

With Sylvie Fréchette and the psychologists Pierre Faubert and Dr Amir Georges Sabongui
 

Reinventing ourselves, adapting, these are the most current themes of the reality we are living in at the moment. The psychologist

We are fortunate / honored to have Sylvie Fréchette with us, double Olympic medalist, coach, entrepreneur, and so much more. She is well-positioned, to kick-off dance TRANSIT 2020-2021! She comes, with the depth of all her wisdom, to "share by osmosis" (as she states so well) her taste of challenge and her inexhaustible enthusiasm.

Pierre Faubert is back at the danse TRANSIT event this year to discuss various concepts that intersect with our renewed experience of the practice of dance. Among other topics, he will talk about "self-image", which, without being new, is now central to the daily life of members of the dance community given the context of digital learning and practice. Then, Dr. Amir Georges Sabongui, psychologist and lecturer – and regular speaker at danse TRANSIT – will provide young dancers with useful insight so that they can better cope with stress. You will see how it is possible, to not only thrive through chaos and uncertainty, but also to turn stress into positive and energizing energy!

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