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Moving Others

The relationship between audience engagement and attendance By Emma Doran

Most dance artists and presenters must negotiate the tension between creating work that meets their artistic goals, that is accessible to their community and that provides the fiscal support required to live as an artist and to run a company. Emma Doran speaks with artists, organizations and presenters across the country to discuss who they envision their audience, how they are seeking to reach those individuals and what constitutes meaningful engagement with them.

 
Lisa Phinney Langley, Jacinte Armstrong

New Works

Performance | Spectacle

Halifax NS
January 12-14 janvier 2017
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
On the Ground

Keeping Current Through Collaboration

By Sarah Douglas

Halifax is home to a wealth of seasoned and traditional creators, a leader in fostering dance artistry in Atlantic Canada. Enhanced by a wave of refreshingly curious and newfangled exploration, the dance community in Halifax attracts new audiences by establishing partnerships with media artists and working in interdisciplinary collaboration to embrace diversity in performance and process.

 

Newfoundland Rocks – Part Two

Festival of New Dance – Stoker, Barton, Fushell, Solo, Roque and more By George Stamos

More shows reviewed from The Festival of New Dance in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 
Rhonda Baker, Jacinte Armstrong, Susanne Chui

Burnwater

Performance | Spectacle

Halifax NS
September 14-15 septembre 2013
3:00 | 15:00 & 7:00 | 19:00
Contemporary

Jacinte Armstrong

Falling off the Page

Performance | Spectacle

Halifax NS
January 19-22 janvier 2011
Contemporary

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