As the Vancouver landscape is constantly shifting, we ponder what history is lost and forgotten. Through SOTTO 51, we research, remember, and celebrate Block 51, 61, and 71, commonly known as Robson Square, the Vancouver Art Gallery, šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square, and Provincial Law Courts–an area of the unceded Coast Salish territory that is significant to the street dance community and personally to OURO members.
OURO is going to Bass Coast The Electronic Music and Art Festival Bass Coast is having OURO Collective on their stage to perform. The event is July 8-11 at Merritt. https://basscoast.ca
7y98D fifty minute stage piece is inspired by The Climate Clock, a public art installation created by artists Gan Golan and Andrew Boyd.
We are so excited to host our first 2022 Spring Intensive and dance with you in person. There are limited spots available for the dance workshop, so register quickly! Registration is open. If you sign up by March 20th you’ll receive a free pin REGISTRATION Closes April 6th 11:55PM.
A hypnotic outdoor dance counting down the days till irreversible climate catastrophe
Chapter one // 7y98D season launch: Dec 3 & 4, 2021 OURO’s Season 8 begins with a season opener featuring the premiere of 7y98D short film and excerpts of our new stage work choreographed by RubberLegz. The short film is co-directed by Jeff Hamada, director of cinematography is David Ehrenreich, performed by OURO Collective with choreography from RubberLegz. 7y98D 7y98D …