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KNOW the RULES, WIN the GAME Is a Clever Look at the Artist in Politics

Kunji Ikeda uses history and humour to ask what would happen if artists today were trusted advisors to government


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This new video app allows for more control while digitally collaborating

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From Our Archives: Bonnie Kim Reflects on Dancing in Jean-Pierre Perreault’s JOE

The 1995 filmed version of the work streams this week

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Clicking Refresh

Can COVID-19 emergency granting measures make the funding game more equitable?

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When Love is the Driving Force of Revolution Part II

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

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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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‘Historians’ Is an Ode to Black Lives and Blackness Dedicated to the Spirits and Soul of Us Black Folx

Kevin Ormsby reviews the short film that won Best Social Justice Film at the Vancouver Independent Film Festival

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Dorotea Saykaly Receives the First Emily Molnar Emerging Choreographer Award at Ballet BC

The term “emerging” is worth thinking about: Saykaly has been choreographing dancefilms and smaller works for nearly a decade.

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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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Sweet As Sugarplum

A review of Goh Ballet’s film, The Nutcracker, Beyond the Stage: Fallen Prince

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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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Embodied Geographies

Review of Joshua Whitehead’s Making Love With the Land

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What Lies Ahead?

Dance artists predict what they think 2021 has in store

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Patricia Beatty, Co-Founder of Toronto Dance Theatre, Remembered as a ‘Warrior Queen’

Collaborators and friends remember the Canadian modern dance icon

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When Dancing Is a Total Nightmare

Fear of Dancing follows filmmaker Michael Allcock, whose fear of dancing keeps him on the sidelines

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Empty Seats at the Table

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

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Dancemakers, One of Toronto’s Oldest Dance Companies, Is Closing After 46 Years

Natasha Powell is the incoming artistic producer for the final season

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Rhodnie Désir Becomes the First Black Person to Win Top Prize at Les Prix de la Danse de Montréal

In addition to the $25,000 prize, her company also won the Envol award, for cultural diversity and inclusive practices in dance