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Nicole Mion

artist/entrepreneur
By Laura Ann Smyth

The FLUID Movement Arts Festival launches its third season in Calgary this month, providing an opportune moment to recognize artist and entrepreneur Nicole Mion’s distinct contribution to the city’s contemporary dance scene.

Su-Feh Lee

in the studio

For her new solo work The Whole Beast, Su-Feh Lee started with questions about transmission and imperfection.

Ecological Discourses

bodies in the web of life
By Mary Theresa Kelly, Megan Andrews

Climate change, the environmental crisis. How do social discourses and philosophical approaches to ecology reflect the ways in which we relate to the body? How do dancers, choreographers and movement practitioners engage with these concerns?

Goethean science as creative method

By Megan Andrews

Interview with Shannon Elliott

Departments

Editorial

By Megan Andrews

Bodies, earth and the ecological metaphor

Making Waves

Frédérick Gravel is working on a paradox

Marking Time

By Amy Bowring

The Allied Arts Council

Funniest on-stage moment

Emily Cheung, artistic director of the Little Pear Garden in Toronto

Nutritious Nate

By Nathan Payne

‘Tous, mais le Lavalbol’

Short Waves

By Sarah Lochhead

Funding for Canadian art exports slashed; Increased funding for non-Western dance forms; Genée Awards make North American debut; Dance programming among Gemini nominations; Studio 303 to launch adapted services; So You Think You Can Dance Canada premieres on CTV

Expert advice

On Making your Dance Bag Eco-Savvy

e-MERGE-ing views

Mark Dennis, apprentice at The National Ballet of Canada

Undercurrents

Susan Cash

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