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All That We Are

Artists respond to the statement “ I don’t see colour ”

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Down the TikTok Rabbit Hole

TikTok offers people a way to move while isolated during COVID-19, but the popular app also comes with concerns

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Talking about Whacking/Waacking with Ashley “Colours” Perez

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Dance Interventions

Talking with two teachers who work with Parkinson’s patients

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Do You Call Yourself a “Dancer”?

Artists from across the country share whether they call themselves dancers

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Political Bodies

Dance and/as Protest

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All that Glitters…

How do studios decide to compete?

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Fearless Physicality

Athleticism in Toronto’s professional wrestling scene

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Myth-Busting

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Beginnings are Everywhere

Reflections on the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival

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Collective Copyright

Navigating authorship within contemporary dance

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Caribana is Our Stage

Embodying tradition, ritual and art in Canadian Carnival

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Where Are All the Women?

In an industry where women outnumber men, ballet still has a long way to go to achieve gender equality

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Decolonizing Dance Stages

Presenters talk about breaking barriers

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The Politics of Dance

The current moment of arts advocacy at the federal level

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Choreographing Community

Vancouver’s community-engaged dance momentum

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Expressive Bodies and Digital Cultures

Thinking about the Symposium IX on “Embodied Spaces”

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Broadening the Stage

Connecting with dance audiences through body diversity, representation and inclusivity

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Code of Silence

A call to action to address and prevent abuse in dance communities

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Moving Others

The relationship between audience engagement and attendance

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Fundamental Questions

How conflicting ideas about the goals of a mature dance collaboration derailed Banff Centre's Creative Gesture Residency in 2016

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Movement Memory

How we learn, retain and remember dance

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Contemporaneity

Coming together to decolonize dance space

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Memorable Moments, Methods and Mediums

Celebrating Canadian Dance in 2016

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