Storefront Installation by Aaron Cramton

Curated by Leanne Olsen

Opening reception March 18/17 (info coming soon!).



Paintings by Tim Mikula

Visual Art by Tim Mikula

Exhibiting from July 9th to September 9 2016



Call to Artists

Submissions: Ongoing

We are now welcoming submissions from artists, collectives, curators and collaborators practicing in all artistic media to have their work shown within our 10′ x 15′ storefront space on 95 Street. We have approximately 30 linear feet of wall space, three 5′ x 9′ storefront windows and beautiful wood floors. MZD specifically seeks work that resonates with contemporary dance, movement and performance. Fees are available and to be determined case by case, depending on medium and duration.  Have a pop up idea.. pitch it to us!

We accept submissions on an ongoing basis. All submissions must include the following:

  • Artist statement
  • Curriculum Vitae and/or Bio
  • Up to 5 examples of recent work (JPEG, photographs, slides, CD, MOV, DVD, VHS, ready-made) with titles, media, date and dimensions
  • Description of the proposed exhibition (including title, theme, medium, number of works, how they will be displayed)

*Please do not send original artworks.
*Email submissions will be accepted.

Please submit your proposal in French or English in person, by mail to:
Mile Zero Dance
Spazio Performativo
10816 95 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 2E3

or by email to:

For questions or concerns call 780-424-1573.

Past MZD Events:

The Land that Art Forgot: A Listening Party. AKA SAY SOMETHING!

Directed by Kristine Nutting

Performances May 14-15/16

A multimedia, interactive performance installation supported by McCauley Revitalization. Pedestrians and audience members viewed the performers through the front windows, as spectators looking in. The audience was asked to participate at the end of each 45 minute performance. Thank you to the McCauley Neighbourhood Revitalization for their support in activating our neighbourhood!

Featured: Jake Tkaczyk, Sarah Ormandy, Caroline Venter, Brian Hager and Heidi Brown.
Design by Kai Villneff

Tim Folkmann‘s Dance Spot, an interactive multimedia installation supported by McCauley Revitalization and happened 24/7 on the sidewalk of Spazio Performativo at 10816 95 street from February to April 30th 2016.  Pedestrians were invited to push a button for music and dance along side live feed video. Merci to all for your dances!