Roberto Campanella established the Toronto-based contemporary ballet company ProArteDanza in 2004; however, he hands the credit for founding the organization to his wife, Joanna Ivey. In fact, she’s the reason he left Italy for Canada in the first place.
Margie Gillis and Hari Krishnan have recently been in the studio together for Gillis to create a new solo for Krishnan. In this article, writer Bridget Cauthery draws on theoretical ideas of transnationalism and flow to frame their creative process.
Mobile clubbing is a spontaneous gathering for dance facilitated by the personal stereo. This summer, a group of multidisciplinary artists gathered to explore the convergence of mobile media, site-specific dance and participatory engagement on the streets of Vancouver.
A multidisciplinary artist working in photography, music and video, Jeremy Mimnagh often collaborates with dance artists. Here he shares a selection of his still images.
Richard Bradshaw 1944-2007; YOU Dance launched by National Ballet and School; New Minister of Canadian Heritage; Anne Le Beau and Bill James win Jacqueline Lemieux Prizes; Bluma Appell 1921-2007; Nova Scotia arts organizations receive funding boost; New web exhibition from Dance Collection Danse; New artist-run performance venue in Peterborough; Quick Currents [Danse Danse; Dancemakers; Alyssa Stevens; Megan Nadain; Michael Slobdian]