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Photo: Yvonne Chew of Kelly (Late Stage Remedy)

Based on unceded Coast Salish territories of the Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Nations, Kelly McInnes is a settler of Irish, Scottish & British ancestry. She/they are a queer dance artist concerned with embodying care & creating as a way of remembering connection to Earth. Her Craniosacral Therapy practice and passion for collective healing powerfully inspires her artistry. Kelly is grateful to have worked as a choreographer, performer & community-engaged facilitator with many brilliant artists on beautiful projects over the past decade. They have shared their work through stage, outdoors, site specific, durational, installation, guerrilla & interactive performances, as well as through films, workshops & collaborations, presented locally in festivals such as Dance In Vancouver, Vines Art Festival, Vancouver International Dance Festival & rEvolver, as well as nationally at Feminist Art Conference, SKAMpede Festival & internationally at Lake Studios Berlin & Espacio Expectante. As a performer, Kelly has danced the works of EDAM Dance, MACHiNENOiSY, Restless Productions, 605 collective, Chick Snipper, Anne Cooper, Olivia C. Davies, Daina Ashbee, among others. Kelly delights in sharing dance through community classes & collaborative creative processes with youth, adults & seniors. She has facilitated community offerings including MINE / EPOCH Youth Project, Roundhouse Community Dancers and currently leads Late Stage Remedy, a collective dance meditation, inviting communities to practice connecting to the land together. Kelly also often supports the creative processes and productions of colleagues.

Photo: Yvonne Chew of Kelly (A Menos Que Quieras Bailar)