This wall hanging, titled "People in the Lord of the Dance", was created with oil pastels on canvas in 1983. Wiseman completed a preparatory ink drawing of "People in the Lord of the Dance" as well as nine coloured, segmented, life-size works, which preceded the large hanging. It depicts life in the Wiseman Choreographic Community. The WCC lived in a former church in the Dunbar area of Vancouver.

"I was concerned at the time with paraliturgical dance. I designed an everyday costume or habit made of coloured denim. I then made a costume for each wearer/model/monk in a different colour, which I chose. They are depicted in the large wall hanging 'People in the Lord of the Dance'."

184 x 207 cm, Oil Pastel on Canvas,
Artist's Collection, Photo by Jonathan Sheppard