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Kate Holden

Dance artists and faculty, including Adi Salant, Tilman O’Donnell and Jermain Spivey, in the studio during Banff Centre’s Creative Gesture residency / Photo courtesy of Banff Centre
 

Fundamental Questions

How conflicting ideas about the goals of a mature dance collaboration derailed Banff Centre's Creative Gesture Residency in 2016 By Mark Mann

In July of 2016, Banff Centre ran a residency designed to answer the need for professional development opportunities for mid-career dance artists. By the end of the program, only five of the original ten participants remained. This is what happened.

Malar Varatharaja, Kate Holden, Nova Bhattacharya, Atri Nundy and Molly Johnson in Bhattacharya’s work Infinite Storms / Photo by John Lauener Photography
 

Dancing Through Migraines and Other Pains

Infinite Storms by Nova Dance By Aparita Bhandari Infinite Storms

These are times in which we need to bear witness. The impetus for Nova Bhattacharya’s latest work, Infinite Storms, came from her experience living with migraines yet speaks to a greater, universal suffering. How do we persevere through pain?

 
Nova Bhattacharya, Kate Holden, Molly Johnson, Atri Nundy, Malar Varatharaja

Infinite Storms

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
January 26-29 janvier 2017
26-28 @ 8:00 | 20:00, 29 @ 4:00 | 16:00
Contemporary, South Asian, Indian, Interdisciplinary

 

Mixed messages

By Bridget Cauthery with a trace

firstthingsfirst presents an evening of exceptional contemporary dance.

Peggy Baker: Honoured and Active

Yesterday in Toronto, Peggy Baker Dance Projects kicked off a five day run of confluence, an evening of works by Peggy Baker and Doug Varone.

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