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Cheyenne Dawn Seary (she/her)

Collaborator / Class Assistant

Cheyenne Dawn Seary is a mother and an Indigenous artist of the Mi'kmaq Nation. Born and raised on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tslei-Waututh peoples, she has aspired since her youth to create movement, dance and sing with diverse communities.

Cheyenne is an early childhood educator who works in an inclusive childcare centre where she knows the importance of movement for all ages and bodies. Having a love for dancing, joined All Bodies Dance Project in 2015.

Since then Cheyenne has performed in numerous productions, festivals and events in works by Naomi Brand, Carolina Bergonzoni and Rianne Svelnis. In 2017, she made her choreographic debut entitled Broadway and Commercial featured in the company production DO MAKE SHOW and in 2019 made Clove Hitch for the company production Magic & Remembering.

Cheyenne Dawn Seary (she/her)
Photo credit: K Ho A photo of Cheyenne (she/her), an Indigenous person with light skin and long brown hair wearing a gold shirt under a black blazer with a paisley printed scarf in gold, blue, and plum tones. She is wearing gold hoop earrings, glossy red lipstick and smiling into the camera. Her expression is open and welcoming.
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