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Features

Social Studies

By Kaija Pepper

Dances for young People: 4 distinct approaches

Up Close

By Kate Cornell

Youth commissions for dance: Break Open Play

In the Making

By Bonnie Kim

JOE: An Indelible Experience

Perspectives on Education

By Ann Kipling Brown

Instructional Strategies: different modes of instruction help students learn

Departments

Making Waves

By Susan Kendal

Santee Smith: it’s a good road

Short Waves

By Susan Kendal

CDF announces a pared down 10th anniversary line-up; Cuts to Ottawa arts funding averted; Nissinen to preside over Québec festival; CADA-BC director goes solo for fundraiser; RWB students liven up The Toy Castle; Alberta Ballet announces 2004/05 Season; L’École hosts unique benefit

Health Beat

By Susie Langley

Nutrition basics for dancers #4: are you ready for curtain call?

Dancefact

By Amy Bowring, Amy Bowring, Dance Collection Danse

Ballet companies touring by bus in the 1950s and 1960s

Ground Level

By Bridget Cauthery

William Orlowski: tapping into the truth

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