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Occurs on Friday February 8 2019

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 30 minutes

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Yukon Arts Centre Studio Theatre
300 College Drive
Whitehorse YT Y1A 5X9

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× Tickets available at the door. You cannot redeem punch passes for this performance

Dance combines with video in The Jenni House Waltz, which brings together dancer Aimée Dawn Robinson and video artist Renée Lear. Followed by performance by spoken word artist, Peter Jickling. The evening is scored by Whitehorse musical duo Jennihouse.

About The Jenni House Waltz:

The Jenni House Waltz is a video dance hybrid -- the document of a symbiotic relationship between two forms, entwined with a document of Jenni House and its immediate surroundings. While engaging with the tools of video and dance, the weather, and the space, during the July 2018 Jenni House Residency, collaborating artists Renée Lear and Aimée Dawn Robinson concurrently explored and documented: co-authorship, reoccurrence, experiment, and reiteration. The Jenni House Waltz is an accumulation of three’s – three cameras, three camera positions on the dancing body, three turns around the Jenni House, three layers of video, the threes of a waltz.

About Jennihouse and Peter Jickling:

Jicklinghouse is the collaboration between Yukon born-and-raised poet Peter Jickling and Whitehorse-based music duo Scott Maynard and Sam Gallagher, known as Jennihouse. Borne of the Gold Pan Saloon’s rollicking music scene, Jennihouse has made waves with intricate, driving melodies and an expansive musical vision. In spring 2018, Peter joined Jennihouse on stage, performing his no-fat poetry over their ambient rock, creating a wholly original musical and literary experience. They followed up with well-received shows at the Keno Gras Music Festival and the aforementioned Gold Pan Saloon. In 2019, Toronto’s Guernica Editions is publishing Peter’s first poetry collection and Jennihouse is releasing their third full-length recording, “Bear Witness”. Together, Jicklinghouse might change your perspective on poetry…and music.