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Lance Lim (he/him)

Collaborator / Class Assistant

Lance Lim is a disabled interdisciplinary artist living and working on the unceded territory of the Musqueam, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Lance is a local artist who grew up in the Strathcona district and his original movement background came from studying martial arts and Wu shu. As a former Wu Shu athlete, he competed in North American tournaments until he suffered major injuries. This brought him to study dance at Simon Fraser University. He had several student pieces displayed at student shows. In 1998 he was involved with the Chinese Cultural Centre and worked with other artists on Self Not Whole, a showcase of Canadian Asian artists.


He also has had his choreography displayed in Dancing on the Edge and most recently as part of the Heart of the City Festival.  He is a teaching assistant and associate artist with All Bodies Dance Project.

Lance Lim (he/him)
A portrait of Lance (he/him), an Asian man with medium beige skin, short dark hair with some grey pictured from the shoulders up. He is wearing a blue t-shirt and is clean shaven. His straightforward expression speaks to a calm, grounded energy.
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