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George Brown College: Arts & Cultural Programming
Dance Performances

Time was created for a Toronto dance show and was remounted by a group of 5 dancers for the Commercial Program at George Brown Dance. It was inspired by the pressures of time in achieving societal goals during your lifetime and physicalizing the rollercoaster of internal emotions that we go through.

- Dancers: Cameron Bennett-Stewart, Anastasia Christidis, Dylan Corscadden, Kaitlyn Dyer, and Desiree Mccagherty

- Choreographer: Lindsay Aquin 

Adapt Alter Modify was created with the simplistic idea of transitioning from a different life form into human life form into robotic technology. The ideas of adapting, altering, and modifying into the future.  

- Dancers: Valentina Arango Polanco, Emmarina Budgey, David Giller, Charlotte Green, Sydney Jones, Emma Lum-Gerry, Astrud Robichaud, Estelle      Tang, Cecilia Vanderwerf, and Taisiia Zamula

- Choreographer: Lindsay Aquin 

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Jennifer Gordon

Jennifer Gordon

Director, Centre for Creative Business Innovation and Humber Galleries,

Humber College

As the Director of the Humber College Centre for Creative Business Innovation and Humber Galleries, Jennifer Gordon holds a BFA in Drawing & Painting and a BEd in I/S Visual Arts & English, both from the University of Ottawa. Currently, she is a Master of Fine Arts Candidate in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia. An advocate for sustainable growth in the Canadian arts and cultural sectors, Gordon has held roles in business development and training, arts administration, and consulting.

Lindsay Aquin

Lindsay Aquin

Faculty & Choreographer, George Brown College

Dancer, Toronto Raptors' Northside Crew, Maple Leaf Sports Entertainment

Lindsay Aquin is a Canadian-based professional dancer, teacher and choreographer. She has had several diverse opportunities traveling the globe dancing, teaching and performing. Aquin is a George Brown Dance College Alumni and is now currently teaching there on faculty. She is also a member of the Northside Crew, going into her 4th season dancing for the Toronto Raptors. In the past she has choreographed and taught in several studios and educational arts programs as well she has performed in multiple dance shows all across Canada. Aquin has had the opportunity to perform with Tory Lanes, New Kids on the Block, Snow, and Shawn Desman. She’s performed in Japan for the NBA Japan Games 2019, and also performed at the NBA All Star Weekend 2016 and the Raptors Championship Parade 2019. Aquin has danced in commercials, TV shows, and music videos, and continues to show her love and passion for dance while always looking for new opportunities and experiences.

Lindsay Aquin
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