Deadline: Nov 23, 2018

Are you:

Passionate about community events

Curious to learn more about dance

Interested in meeting new people

Then we want to hear from you!


We are looking for community members who are not professional dancers, but who have an interest in learning more about the art form to help make Your Dance Fest 2019 the best it can be. No dance experience necessary! Come be a part of the community curator team and help us decide what gets presented at Your Dance Fest 2019.

As a community curator you will get to work one on one with one of our artist team members. Together you will watch videos from artists interested in performing at the festival. Your thoughts and ideas about what you see will be used to help us pick our 2019 performance lineup. All community curators will get full free access to the festival as well as chances to meet the performing artists! A chance to get a behind the scenes look at the dance world and play an integral role in the 2019 festival.

Interested community members are asked to fill out our curator survey

Questions? Contact us at


About Us:

random acts of dance is a charitable organization that creates, performs, produces, and teaches contemporary dance.

Our performances take place in theatres, subways, parks, and other public venues. We create well-crafted, dynamic work that integrates choreography with improvisation. Within our pursuit of professional development and creativity we aim to reduce predetermined expectations and foster inquisitiveness in our audiences.

The goals of Your Dance Fest are to create access into the dance world, broaden audiences, and build community. Formed by festival director Candice Irwin, and co-artistic directors Julie Grant and Liisa Smith, Your Dance Fest was born from the question: what do audiences want to see? This inquisition lead to the formation of a festival that, though spearheaded by artists, prides itself in the intimate relationship it shares with the community from inception through to presentation of its projects.

Festival Photographer: Aria Evans