Sponsored and subsidized workshop projects


Battle homophobia

After having made a first experience in the city of Montreal in 2016, our program on stereotypes and prejudices related to homosexuality was offered again in 2017 in 10 classes of different schools across Quebec !

This long-term program included four 60-minutes class-based workshops to explore different roles, identities, and different social perceptions of gender stereotypes.

This project was possible through the contribution of the Department of Justice, as part of the anti-homophobia program.



150e anniversary of Canada

In the fall 2017, Prima Danse is touring across Quebec to shoot flashmobs for the Canada 150 celebrations! Free activity open to all thanks to the Government of Canada!



375e anniversary of Montréal

Last summer, Prima Danse performed various outdoor dance activities on the occasion of Montreal’s 375th anniversary celebrations. This free project accessible to all was made possible by the City of Montreal and the Government of Quebec.



Battle homophobia

In the fall of 2016, a program to raise awareness of stereotypes and prejudices related to homosexuality through dance was offered to various high schools in Montreal.

Thanks to the financial assistance program of the Minister of Justice’s fight against homophobia.


Summer 2015

Prima Danse organized an eleven-day tour through community organizations, youth centers and day camps in the Greater Montreal area in order to celebrate the "Pan Am and Parapan Am Games of Toronto'' in the heart of Montreal.

In collaboration with Projet RAD, a total of 35 workshops were given to nearly 900 kids including 13 exclusively targeting young people with any disability. The tour was able to get young people of all ages and abilities moving!

This project was funded by the Government of Canada.


Winter 2014

Prima Danse gave free workshops to 350 underprivileged Montreal children who participated in a new outreach program about hypersexualization through dance. During the workshops, the students discussed, shared and acted out their thoughts on the subject of hypersexualization, after which they created a dance video free of any sexual connotation. On May 5, 2014, the children were invited to a recognition event that featured all the video clips they had produced. A number of community representatives attended this event:

Francine Duquet, professor in the departement de sexology at UQAM;
Abi Koné, school commissioner for the St-Laurent - Sud district;
Lilia Goldfarb from the Women’s Y;
Jade Marquis, consultant;
Claudine Samson, sexologist.

This project was made possible with the financial support of Forum jeunesse de l’île de Montréal (FJÎM)

As part of the program for artists and organizations involved in cultural-leisure activities, Prima Danse offered dance workshops to multicultural youth at the Poupart recreation centre and the St. Jacques Recreation Services. In addition to discovering a variety of urban dance styles, the youngsters also learned to work together cooperatively and express their creativity.

As well, the Caisses Desjardins des Mille-Îles and Rosemont–La Petite Patrie sponsored Prima Danse workshops for two schools in their respective districts.


Fall 2013

Prima Danse gave eight free dance workshops on self-esteem to four community organizations that help young people with physical, psychological or social disabilities. Each workshop group put on a short public performance for an audience that included distinguished guests such as Janie Guénette, political attaché to Carole Poirier; Karine Carton, from the city of Montréal's Department of Culture, Sports, Recreation and Social Development; Harout Chitilian, city councillor for the Bordeaux-Cartierville district; Jocelyn Decoste, assistant to the MP of St-Laurent-Cartierville.

This project was made possible through the support of the city of Montréal’s Inclusion and Innovation program.

Winter 2013

Prima Danse presented eight free dance workshops to underprivileged children at community organizations to foster awareness about bullying and violence. The aim of the workshops was to get young participants out of their daily routine and encourage them to pursue a creative activity.


This project was made possible through the support of the city of Montréal’s Inclusion and Innovation program.

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