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Features

Profile

By Bridget Cauthery

Mi Young Kim: celebrating a legacy

Social Studies

By Motria Sabat

Looking Back into the Future, Festival international de nouvelle danse 2001, Past Present and future merge in a celebration of the diversity of new dance

Perspectives

By Nova Bhattacharya

Mark Hammond’s Perspectives on Programming

In the Making

By Jamie Wright

Paul-André Fortier and Peggy Baker: excavating the dance

Departments

Open Page

Letters to the Editor

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Aftermath from September 11th, 2001; Québec artists take centre stage in New York [Bill Coleman and Laurence Lemieux; Dominique Porte; O Vertigo; Compagnie FLAK]; Studio 303 and New Dance Alliance co-present Québec performance artists; Brian Macdonald recipient of first Walter Carsen Prize; FIND wraps up and announces award winners [Russell Maliphant; Marie Chouinard; Thomas Lehmen]; CBC’s Opening Night held over for second season; Julia Sasso finds a partner in Harbourfront; Presenters express concern over changes to funding; CCA conference planned for November; New performance/production company founded in Vancouver [Movement Enterprises]; Artists’ Health Centre to open in Spring 2002; Canada’s Nandan – William Lau; Website of the Month: Movement Enterprises: www.movent.ca

Dancefact

By Amy Bowring, Amy Bowring, Dance Collection Danse

Jim Bolsby (aka Stewart James)

Health Beat

By Terrill Maguire

Yoga for dancers

Ground Level

By Megan Andrews

Yvonne Ng, Princess Productions

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