Lee Slinger, Ph.D., is a Toronto-based researcher, teacher and writer. Her academic interests are in how people use the past to construct identities in the present and ideas of ownership about that knowledge. Her award-nominated dissertation examined the memory of the Tudor era in eighteenth-century Britain. Before graduate studies, she worked in sponsorships at a Québec television station. More recently, she has taught art history and writing skills at OCAD University and Ryerson University and done free-lance writing and copy editing. Her love of dance has always been a part of her life. Since attending L’École supérieure de ballet du Québec in Montréal, she has participated in a variety of recreational classes, studied dance at York and become a devoted audience member. She has been editor at The Dance Current since 2015.
The Margie Gillis Foundation’s Legacy Project / Project Héritage shares the iconic Canadian dancer’s knowledge and philosophy with a new generation of artists.Posted March 6, 2017
American artists Miguel Gutierrez, who will be teaching at the New Aesthetics Performance Intensive in Vancouver in the summer of 2017, discusses and presents his process for Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:-/, the first part of a trilogy.Posted February 7, 2017
What dance artists and instructors need to know about SOCAN and Re:Sound license feesPosted January 27, 2017
In “Dominique Dumais: Fair weather for a rising choreographer” from February 2002, Nova Bhattacharya profiled a young choreographer who was finding her artistic voice and seeking opportunities in which to create. In the intervening time, Dumais spent more than a decade as the artistic associate at Ballett Nationaltheater Mannheim in Germany where she created a full-length work each year. Dumais reflects on her own growth and development since that 2002 article.