Choreographer Nika Stein holds a B.F.A. in dance from Concordia University and an M.F.A. in Dance from Texas Woman’s University. Her works celebrate life as manifested in the human body and the environment. Her first choreographies were presented at Studio 303: La danse du ventre, presented in the Vernissage-danse series (2001) and Incantation to life, presented at Edgy women (2002). Follows a solo full-length creation Choreography which leads to satisfaction 2003). Accumulation…it takes time, 2006, was performed in many outside locations in Texas and Quebec. An installation Daughters 2007 was performed in a Chapel. In 2011 Nika Stein received a grant from Canada Council’s program Artist and Community collaboration. This grant has allowed her to work with a group of 18 ethnically diverse women on the project Around Water. Since 2013 the research on water continues with project Voda-Eau-Water.