Elizabeth Yip-Armitage

Dance Artist

Elizabeth Armitage 葉倩儀 (b. 2001) is a contemporary dance artist in Vancouver, Canada. Her dance practice is grounded in passion, dynamics, and emotion. As a choreographer, she pursues work for stage and camera that is theatrical, virtuosic, and tender. Her studies in human geography at Simon Fraser University contribute to her curiosity about spatial relationships and human connection. She is a graduate of Modus Operandi under the direction of Kate Franklin, Tiffany Tregarthen, and David Raymond. Elizabeth has performed works in and originated roles in work by Yin Yue Dance, Khoudia Toure, Shay Kuebler/RSA, b. solomon, Nicolas Ventura, and Zahra Shahab. Her experience includes movement research for Khoudia Touré and Nicolas Ventura. Past residencies include the Scotiabank Dance Centre, Boombox, and Vines Art Festival. Elizabeth received the Fall 2023 EDAM Training Scholarship in contact improvisation. She is currently a company apprentice with Shay Kuebler/RSA.