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danielle wensley (she/her)


danielle wensley is an artist and settler of Acadian, Macedonian and English ancestry based on stolen + occupied Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil- Waututh), and xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) territories, colonially known as Vancouver.

Since 2016, danielle has contributed to All Bodies Dance Project as a performer, describer and facilitator. Her involvement in ABDP’s Translations: Dance for the Non-Visual Senses piqued her interest in using language to describe dance and art. Since, she has written and performed audio descriptions of ABDP dance films Ho.Me (Carolina Bergonzoni), Translations: Dance for the Non-Visual Sense (in collaboration with Andrea Cownden), and a number of art exhibitions (SFU Audain Galleries, grunt gallery, Remai Modern, Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver Art Gallery). danielle is a facilitator of the Ready Dance Youth Project in collaboration with Harmanie Rose. She embraces community-engaged creative inquiry as an endless source of discovery, generosity and care.

danielle wensley (she/her)
Photo credit: K Ho A portrait of danielle (she/her), a white person with a warm skin tone, blue eyes, and long brown hair pictured from the chest up. She is wearing a teal blouse over a black shirt and smiling into the camera with an expression of calm, peaceful energy.
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