Associate professor, Contemporary Dance, Faculty of Fine Arts
Angélique Willkie completed a Master’s in Economics before pursuing a 25-year career in Europe with dance companies and independent projects in dance, circus and music. Performer, dramaturg, and mentor, she is active in Montreal’s professional dance community and has collaborated with choreographers like Lara Kramer, Mélanie Demers, Fréderick Gravel, Clara Furey, Helen Simard and Daina Ashbee, among others.
In accordance with her values and her commitment to the community, Angélique participates actively in conversations on equity, diversity, and inclusion on the Boards of Administration of the Festival TransAmériques, Théâtre La Chapelle, the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault, and the Prix de la danse de Montréal. Associate professor in the Department of Contemporary Dance and co-director of LePARC, the performing arts research cluster of Concordia’s Milieux Institute of Arts, Culture and Technology, her current research interests focus on corporeal and decolonial dramaturgies. A Concordia University Research Fellow in 2019, Angélique leads the research project Dramaturgical Ecologies and is a doctoral candidate at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).