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When Love is the Driving Force of Revolution Part I

A Q & A with Esie Mensah, choreographer of A Revolution of Love

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On the Brink

Can collective action save Dancemakers, one of Canada’s most influential contemporary dance companies?

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Q & A With Karolina Kuras

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Nerves And Thrills: A Q & A with Crystal Pite

Pite’s work Body and Soul will stream next week, just for audiences in Canada

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The Chaos of Possibility

Kevin Jesuino explores how Queerness, liveness and failure might provide insight into reinvention, approximately one year after the onset of COVID-19

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Honing Resiliency

While the pandemic has put constraints on post-secondary training, dance programs are working to future-proof students’ careers

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Confined by the Calendar

Because I have to follow the Eurocentric calendar, it has been a decade since I have been able to train in India

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Why I Left Toronto

The city boasts inclusivity and opportunity, but that’s not what I experienced

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Five Strategies for Hands-Off Teaching

Tips for when physical adjustments aren’t possible

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Adding Colour to Dance Health

Decision-making and leadership in dance health lacks cultural diversity

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What Lies Ahead?

Dance artists predict what they think 2021 has in store

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Gurdeep Pandher: Teaching and Uplifting from the North

During the pandemic, videos of the bhangra dancer have gone viral

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Empty Seats at the Table

For artist-mothers, the pandemic has magnified the lack of support

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That’s a Wrap II

Dancefilms created during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Explorations in the Environment

Three artists discuss how themes of care, connection and ecojustice move through their practices

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From The Bachelorette to the Ballroom

A Q & A with Canadian Dancing with the Stars contestant Kaitlyn Bristowe

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Manifesting Politics Into Drag

A Q & A with drag king and performance artist Heath V. Salazar

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Masks, Beads and Ribbons II

Fancy shawl dancing on Toronto's waterfront

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Masks, Beads and Ribbons I

Fancy shawl dancing on Toronto’s waterfront

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Finding Home Again

After years of traumatic rhetoric around body image prevented me from making it to class, virtual classes have brought me back

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How Do You Understand Your Work as Queer?

Three dance artists weigh in

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Loud and Brave

Alyssa Martin’s company, Rock Bottom Movement, won two Dora Mavor Moore Awards this year, but she now realizes that they may not be as transformational as she once thought.

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