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Bee Pallomina

 
The Company of Angels, Sara Porter, Danielle Baskerville, Bee Pallomina, Maria Osende, Megan Matheson, Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, Emily Kahente Diabo, Michael Caldwell, Louis Laberge-Côté, Tomer Heymann

Festival of Dance Annapolis Royal

Festival | Festival

Annapolis Royal NS
August 15-19 août 2017
15 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 16 @ 2:00 | 14:00, 17 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 18 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 19 @ 8:00 | 20:00
Various

Participants at Don’t Forget the Money! forum presented by Mississauga’s Blackwood Gallery / Photo by Jayne Wilkinson
 

Don't Forget the Money!

Don’t Forget the Money! is the first in a new series of forums presented by Mississauga’s Blackwood Gallery called Working with Concepts. The public discussion was aimed at navigating the unique labour processes in the interaction of artistic discipline of dance and various contemporary art contexts.

Nicole Nigro in Ford Advantage

New work by Toronto-based Nicole Nigro explores minivans, renewal and the intersection of joy and grief.

 

Prairie Fire and Ice

The Prairie Dance Circuit in Winnipeg By Holly Harris Prairie Dance Circuit

For the past four years, the Prairie Dance Circuit (PDC) has boldly tackled the question of whether a particular aesthetic unique to Canada’s flatlands exists – or not.

 

The understory of the understory

By Bee Pallomina, Johanna Bundon Prairie Dance Circuit

A story of creation from two participants in this season’s Prairie Dance Circuit (PDC).

 
Bee Pallomina, Johanna Bundon, Davida Monk

Prairie Dance Circuit

Performance | Spectacle

Regina SK
February 13-14 février 2014
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary

Bee Pallomina

Dance Core with Bee Palomina

Workshop | Classe

Regina SK
December 4-6 décembre 2012

Blue Ceiling dance: 11 x forgetting

Toronto’s inaugural season of the Dance 2 Danse (D2D) Festival is on.

 
In the Studio | En Studio

Ame Henderson: relay

By Megan Andrews, Bettina Hoffman

Ame Henderson lives and works in Toronto where she is the artistic director of Public Recordings.

Absorbing All Boundaries 

By Marilyn R. Wilson The 15th Annual Festival of New Dance  Festival of New Dance

Two premieres, both of Newfoundland works; a six-day schedule of three repeating programs in venues throughout downtown St. John’s; and fourteen free shows, in such unexpected/found spaces as churchyard trees and high-end clothing boutiques. The Festival of New Dance’s fifteenth anniversary spread also incorporated “Momenta”, which ran throughout the festival at LSPU Hall.  

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