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After earning her Honors BFA in Film/Video/Performance and Sculpture from California College of the Arts (San Francisco, CA), Eroca Nicols’ artistic practice shifted to the body. She studied in professional programs in Canada at both Ballet Creole and The School of Toronto Dance Theatre before pursuing further training in functionally based and improvisational forms. She is currently a Toronto-based dance artist, curator and educator. Her company, Lady Janitor, has presented work in Canada, Europe, and the UK. Eroca has performed with Matthew Smith, Andrea Nann, Les Imprudanses, Francesca Pedulla and is co-founder of the arts advocacy and professional training provider, the Toronto Dance Community Love-In. Eroca’s commitment to community based arts engagement and radical political redefinition through artmaking has led her to create platforms for presenting both her own work and the work of fellow emerging artists—DIMBY (Dance In My BackYard) and Badass Dance Fun (a mini festival at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre) are among these projects, as is the Love-In. Eroca teaches partnering and contemporary dance including workshops in UK, Europe (recently ImpulsTanz with matthew smith) and North America (recently Dance Exchange.) Her teaching and training are deeply influenced in her continued study of the Axis Syllabus and she is currently in the AS teacher training program.
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