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Artist Residency 2022: Ana Sosa

Artists in Residence

Ana Sosa

In residence Winter 2022 at Q7 + January 14 & 15, 2023 at the Roundhouse Performance Centre

Meet Ana

Ana was born and raised in Mexico.

When she turned 18, she moved to New York City, studied Business at Pace University, and continued her dance education at Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center, Pace University Dance Program, The Tango Company and Gibney Dance. 

After, Ana moved back to Mexico City where she completed an MBA at IPADE Business School and choreographed a full time show which was presented in The International Book Fair of the Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo. 

After graduating, she moved to London, UK  completed a Masters in Science at The City University of London and learned from teachers at Pineapple Dance, Studio 68, The Place, Rambert, and Oh Creative Space.  

Ana is now in Vancouver, BC, where she has performed with Small Stage & The Dance Center’s and has worked as an freelance dance video artist for artists such as Elle Wolf, Deathly Chill, and SoulPush.

www.anasosadancers.org

Photo: Steele Matthews / @steelematthews1


Among a competitive pool of applications, Ana was awarded residency space at New Works within the 2022-23 season. New Works strives to build process-focused artist-lead residency space that is responsive to the creative’s need. This may look like time in the studio, in the theatre, or a mix of the two, and may or may not include a public sharing.

A New Works residency is a safe space for creative risk taking. Ana is still in process and will let us know if a public sharing is planned as part of their residency time. Keep an eye on this space for updates!