Beginner/Intermediate Stilt Workshops

Nov 10, 2019 | Events, News, Workshops

Tuesdays in November, 4:00 pm – 6:45 pm @ Collingwood Neighbourhood House Annex

Still Moon Arts Society will be providing three Stilt Walking workshops at the CNH Annex this November, taught by local dance artist and stilt walker, Isabelle Kirouac Arevalo. If you are a youth who is interested in learning a new performance skill, or improving your stilt walking, this is the workshop for you!

Sessions take place on Tuesdays at the Collingwood Neighbourhood House Annex:

November 12: 4:00 – 6:45pm (Beginner, maximum 6 participants)
November 19: 4:00 – 6:45pm (Beginner, maximum 6 participants)
November 26: 4:00 – 6:45pm (Intermediate, maximum 12 participants)

Beginner sessions are for those with little or no stilt walking experience.

The Intermediate session is open to anyone who is able to walk on stilts without assistance (participants from the beginner sessions are welcome to join if they feel confident).

Stilts will be provided for participants. Folks are welcome to bring their own stilts if they own them.

Please come prepared by wearing clothing that is easy to move in. Avoid shorts and open toed footwear.

To register, please sign up/get tickets for the dates you are able to attend. You can attend one, two, or all of the workshops.

Still Moon Arts Society is able to provide these workshops for free (an approximately $180 value per participant) through generous support from Telus and the BC Arts Council.

For questions, please contact our Programs Coordinator Robin Lough, at


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