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Pitch Us for our Winter 2023 Issue

Guest edited by Swadhi Ranganee

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In Tribute: Jini Stolk

She steered dozens of performing arts organizations towards sustainability and inspired generations of Toronto’s arts leaders

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2022 Audition Directory

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Peggy Baker Dance Projects Closes with a Bang

After more than 30 years, the dance company offers three new presentations to bid goodbye to its audiences

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Worth a Thousand Words

Multidisciplinary dance artists share their visual works

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What Mindfulness Can Teach Us About Performance

With video by Jaimie Nackan

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The Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Dance Studies

Only recently has hip hop entered the world of academia; once difficult to find, tangible resources and archived materials have slowly become more accessible

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The Significance of Tkaronto’s Caribana Weekend

First launched in 1967, North America’s biggest Caribbean festival brings $438 million to the Canadian economy every year. But organizers and participants often lose money

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Inside a Changing Institution

An excerpt from our new summer podcast, Currently in Dance

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Rufi Oswaldo In Many Arenas

Dancesport and contemporary. Art and academia. Queerness and (former) Mormonism. The new artistic director of Dancers' Studio West on how these seemingly contradictory facets of his identity blend beautifully

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Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day!

Stories highlighting fantastic Indigenous artists

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PITCH US: Fall 2022 Issue

Pitches are due June 27

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Upcoming: Story, story, die. Explores Connection and Loneliness

Alan Lucien Øyen brings his musings and contemplations to the stage on June 28 and 29 in Toronto

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Guelph Dance Festival Programs Intimacy and Community

From June 2 to June 5, this year’s festival will take place online and in person

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Sky Dancers Brings the Past to Life

Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo’s personal reflection on the Quebec Bridge disaster of 1907 is reimagined with a massive crew, many of whom have family histories connected with the tragedy

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Happy International Dance Day 2022

A message from Renata Soutter, brought to you by Dance Ontario, Dance Umbrella of Ontario and The Dance Current

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The Dance Current

International Dance Day 2022

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Long and Strong

Improve your hamstring flexibility with end-range strength training

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Chautauqua: The Interlake Trail Brings a Non-Hierarchical Arts Model to Rural Manitoba

The project, consisting of six dancefilms, was created in collaboration with community members of the Interlake Region

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Waves of Change

Twenty years ago, Mocean Dance dreamed of establishing a company so dancers could build careers in Atlantic Canada

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Body Talks Webinar Series

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Across the Universe

The importance of time and space

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Artifex

A new repository for arts research provides the one-stop platform the sector’s been missing

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Chezzetcook 

A poem about the body, memory, DNA and how we move through them

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