In perpetual motion that is part of our immense privilege as first world creatives, we work with core teams on a project basis. Some artists join us regularly and others occasionally.
Here are just a few of the creatives we’re in relationship with during our
Ziyian (she/her) is a Chinese Filipina settler, dance artist and the founding Artistic Director of Odd Meridian Arts. She visions and stewards our programming in collaboration with artists and communities.
Residence Artist, Co-Artistic Producer
Tin (she/her) is a Filipina Canadian dance artist who brings exquisite patience to how we realize projects, helping us foreground care for people as the key ingredient in producing work.
Publicist, Morrow Host
Allie (she/her) is a Dutch Indonesian Canadian dance artist who is the brains and beauty behind our socials, media relations and space operations at Morrow.
Residence Artist, Co-Producer,
Juolin (she/her) is a Taiwanese Canadian dance artist who, since 2019, has worked with us in multiple roles, always with astute attention to detail and trademark enthusiasm.
Marisa (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist of African and European heritage. Marisa has collaborated with Odd Meridian as a cultural connector and dancer since 2020 and this season, we commission and present her choreography.
Harmanie (she/her) is a disabled dance artist and white settler of Dutch, Lithuanian, and Scottish descent. She was a resident artist with us in 2022, and this year, we're grateful to have her support in nurturing accessible, creative, and physical spaces.
Stage Manager, Creative Consultant, Rehearsal Director
Kelly (she/her) is a dance artist and settler of Irish, Scottish and British ancestry. Since 2016, she has been a trusted creative consultant who also attends a plethora of production minutiae.
Lighting Designer, Technician
Chengyan (he/him) is Canadian of Singaporean Peranakan Hong Kong Chinese heritage. He’s our go-to lighting designer and technician who we rely on for savvy and kindness.
Deanna (they/she), of Mennonite & Scottish descent, designed, handbuilt and maintains this website. As a courageous and exacting dance artist, they have worked with us in multiple capacities since 2013.
Ahmed (he/him) is the designer who created Odd Meridian’s and Morrow’s logos. We look forward to his collaboration in supporting promotion across several projects this season.
We are lucky to work with many volunteers who, in exchange for performance tickets or studio space at Morrow, support with myriad tasks. It’s a really sweet way for us to get to know people and build trade economy together!
Visual Artist and Counsellor at Elizabeth Bagshaw Clinic
Not-For-Profit Arts Manager
Author, Communications Director and Graphic Artist
Artistic Director EDAM Dance
Co-owner The Paper Hound Bookshop