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Jaz Fairy J

Kaeja Projects: uncover (2012-present); Xtraordinary TO Dances: Moments in Reel Time (2017); Xtraordinary TO Dances: Solo Dance Xchange (2018); Kaeja's Dance Ontario Lifetime Achievement Award Celebration (2020)

Jaz Fairy J (formerly known as Jasmyn Fyffe) has been practicing her art as a Performing Artist, Choreographer and Arts Educator for 12 years. Most recent commissions include: Soul Pepper Theatre, Toronto Dance Theatre, Cahoot's Theatre, the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and the Etobicoke School of the Arts. She is thrilled to be a part of the cast of Treemonisha presented by Volcano Theatre and Moveable Beast this spring 2020. Other recent contracts include: Kemi Dance Projects, Ame Henderson, Robert Kingsbury and the Spice Girls Tribute band "Wannabe." As a solo artist, Fyffe has performed at: Summerworks Performance Festival, Dance Made in Canada Festival, Pulse Dance Conference, Older and Reckless, New Moves Contemporary Dance Festival (Pittsburgh), Lake Studios Berlin, Animating Spaces (Kaeja d’Dance) and Fresh Blood. New solo work set to premiere in Sept 2020 in Toronto and she was featured on CBC’s “HERstory in Black” honoring 150 Black Canadian women making a significant contribution to Canada” (2017).

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Kaeja d’Dance would like to acknowledge that we are situated upon traditional territories. Our artists, collaborators, staff and team are grateful to be creating art on this land that has been nurtured by recorded and unrecorded human activity for by thousands of years. We honour and respect the traditional lands and waterways of the Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and the Métis Nation. We are in the 'Dish with One Spoon' territory - a treaty between these nations reflecting a commitment to share the territory and protect the land. We also recognize the enduring presence of diverse Indigenous peoples on this land.