The Brigadoon Express Arrives With More Than 50 Dancers

Nanaimo, B.C.’s Brigadoon Dance Academy has made Highland dance synonymous with the holiday season for more than 25 years

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Ballet Edmonton to Perform in Ottawa’s Southam Hall, a Big Achievement for a Small Company

Led by artistic director Wen Wei Wang, the company’s 2023 tour takes the Albertan company to B.C. and Ont.

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Installation-Turned Dance Party at Winnipeg’s Culture Days

How infectious beats and tongue-twisting rhymes got Winnipeggers boogying at In the Dark

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Whitehorse’s Velvet Antler Productions Takes the Austerity Out of Ballet

With the offer of No Bun Ballet classes and mirror-free rooms, the studio allows adults of all abilities to learn ballet in a low-pressure environment

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New Children’s Dance Book Brings New Access to Creative Movement Lessons

We Dance High, Low, Fast & Slow was conceived by Lynn Panting with the goal of providing a low-entry cost option into dance for children

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How Oshun Dance Is Creating Spaces to Diversify Dance Performances in Canada’s Smallest Province

Reequal Smith on building dance opportunities as a new resident

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One-off Lieutenant Governor Awards Recognize Excellence in Visual Arts, Music and Performance in B.C.

Ballet Kelowna and Dancers of Damelahamid were selected for their provincial reach, social equity and inclusion initiatives

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How Will Calgary’s Arts Commons Expansion Effect Dance in the City?

Does more theatre space necessarily mean more diversity in performance?

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Invigorate Features More Than Two Dozen Performers from Across Saskatchewan

306 Elite Dance Company connects dancers from different studios

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Little Red River Traditional Pow-Wow Honours Knowledge Keepers

The annual celebration welcomes everyone to witness First Nations traditions

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Dance Performers Across Canada Eligible for $2,500 for Living Expenses

Performers based in the Maritimes, the Prairies and the North are especially encouraged to apply

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Come Home Year: Kittiwake Dance Theatre Creates Opportunities for Professional Dancers in Newfoundland

The company, supported by the province’s Come Home Year initiative, offered free outdoor shows in regions where performances are rare

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New Support Line for Artists Facing Career Uncertainty Launches in Quebec

Parise Mongrain, the director of Confluence – Créateur de vocations, said the free and confidential conversations are there to help artists who feel shame about career changes

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How this Winnipeg Performance Went Almost Completely Carbon Neutral

Bike and Circuses, presented by Green Kids Inc., addressed climate change not only in performance content but also in its creation process

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Rhythm Jewellery Creates Jewellery Inspired by Dance

The Saskatoon-based company fills a void in the market

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Team Canada Heads to Dance World Cup Finals in Spain

From June 24 to July 2, 40 Canadian dancers are competing on the world stage

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Stream of Dance Festival Brings Together More Than 30 Prairie Artists

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Children Prove to Be Essential Audience Members in Red Hot Tears’ Experimental Dance Lab

The lab benefited from the uninhibited atmosphere galvanized by its all-ages participants

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Sandra Laronde and Aria Evans Awarded 2021 Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prizes

The Johanna Metcalf Foundation recognizes Ontario artists for creating a positive impact within the arts

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The 60th Cypress Funstitute Welcomes Square and Round Dancers for a Weekend of Dancing and Workshops

The annual event returns to southwest Saskatchewan after a two-year hiatus

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First Look Program Returns in Newfoundland and Labrador

Dance community comes together for creators to stage their works-in-progress

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Ballet and Brahms Filming in Downtown St. John’s

Multidisciplinary artist Nicola Hawkins starts production of her next dancefilm, starring Evelyn Hart and Duo Concertante

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Jobel Art for Earth Releases Dance Web Series as a Form of Region-Specific Activist Knowledge Transfer

Through partnerships with experts, the videos aim to convey solutions and optimism about environmental issues through dance

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How Yukon-Based Theatre Decided on a Hybrid Model for Their Pandemic-Born Arts Festival

Gwaandak Theatre’s Awaken Festival opens up to some in-person programming while embracing the benefits of the digital

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