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Six Nations Star Series: Santee Smith, Mohawk.
Occupation: Designer, Artistic Director, Choreographer, and Performer at Kaha:wi Dance Theatre.
Born: February 28, 19??, Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation
From her Official Bio:
One of Canada’s thought-provoking choreographers, Santee has propelled KDT to international acclaim. Her performances and collaborations have occurred in Canada, United States, Mexico, New Zealand, France, Japan and Indonesia.
She holds Kinesiology and Psychology degrees from McMaster University and a Masters Degree in Dance from York University. Her first choreographic commission for The Gift, a National Film Board documentary occurred in 1996. Santee was a major artist at the Aboriginal Dance Project at The Banff Centre for the Arts from 1997 to 2001.
Her choreographies include: Kaha:wi (2004), Midwinter Dreaming (2004), Here On Earth (2005), The Threshing Floor (co-choreography, 2006) , Sacred Spring (2006), A Constellation of Bones (2007), A Story Before Time (2007), A Soldier’s Tale (2008), Tripped Up Blues (2008), Susuriwka – willow bridge (2011) and The Creator’s Game (2011). Her upcoming productions include: Star Dreamer (2011), Medicine Bear (2012), TransMigration (2012), The Honouring (2013) and upcoming NeoIndigenA – Mixed Works (2013/2014). Smith created commissioned works for the National Ballet School, Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, Dancers Dancing, Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Canadian Museum of Civilization, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, Canada Dance Festival, etc.