Current project Finding Trout Lake is a collaboration between Eleanor Hendriks, choreographer, and Helen Spiegelman, community activist and ecologist.
Riley Community Garden 2017, Connecting to Place Dance
FrogHollow, Water in three parts, 2016
Collingwood Days, Following Still Creek, 2016
Bog Tide Dance was choreographed in 2015 with help from ecologists at Camosun Bog and participants at Trout Lake Community Centre. We performed at Vines Art Festival 2015.
Bog Tide Dance was performed again at the Earth Day Pilgrimage to Burns Bog in 2016.
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Pseudotsuga Dance, choreographed by Eleanor Hendriks in 2015 for NightQuest 2015, consists of a three-part medley of forest sounds and movements.
Salmon Dance was choreographed in 2014 in collaboration with researcher John Ames and CoDesign Artists and Environmental Educator Susan Chung. A longer, more elaborate version was performed as Salmon Opera in Panta Rei, Italy, 2014.