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On Indigeneity

Unboxing the term “Indigenous dance artist” with three generations

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movement is the medicine

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An Artist’s Retirement: How to Pay for It

Don’t have a government pension? Follow these tips to save for later years

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Like a Positive Regression

Kathleen Rea’s class allowed the little kid inside me to play in a way that he never got to

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Recovering Stolen Dances

Until 1951, Indigenous dances were banned by law

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Meet Your Heroes

Through his classes, Marc Kimelman has created a healing circle of friends

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Editor’s Letter: Amy Hull

The Dance Current's first guest editor writes about what you'll find in the Winter 2022 special issue

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Don’t Forget to Thank Your Body

Q & A With Charlie Papps

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Alternative Tools for Festive Decorating

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LIVE Dance Festival Opens in Ontario

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The Golden Gift

For Giving Tuesday, do you usually cut a cheque for your favourite charity? Here’s another way

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Hyper-Local, Widely Impactful: Q & A with Heart of the City founders Savannah Walling and Terry Hunter

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Breaking Glass Ceilings

The legacy of Canadian after-school hip-hop clubs

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Heart of the City Festival: A Retrospective

Community-driven by the organizations and artists of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, this year’s festival explores “Stories We Need to Hear”

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A Playful Life

Feeling anxious about going back to work? Try finger painting, face painting and jumping in puddles.

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Travis Knights Wants His Own Table

In the midst of a social reckoning in Canada, tap dancer Travis Knights challenges audiences to ask themselves, “Who are we to each other?”

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In the Political Theatre

Sarah Lochhead, former staff and board member of The Dance Current, on her campaign during the federal election and why we need artists in politics

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Arts to Politics and Back Again

A Q & A with Nadine Medawar, the new executive director of the Regroupement québécois de la danse

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Back to School

With great space comes great responsibility. Here are five strategies to avoid injury when returning to training

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Where My Body Belongs

I was 12 years old the first time I was made to feel ashamed about my body in a dance setting

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Burlesque Gone Digital

Does burlesque become digital sex work on OnlyFans? A conversation made more relevant since the platform just tried banning sexually explicit content

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The Road Out

Since July 2019, a record number of people have left Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. With COVID-19 driving out more, do major cities need to play a role in a successful dance career?

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