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The World’s First Indigenous Fringe Festival Opens This Summer

Joeann Argue, creator of Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival, talks about why there usually isn’t a lot of Indigenous participation in fringe festivals

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What Kind of World Do We Want?

Red Sky Performance’s Mistatim, in collaboration with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, is a story of reconciliation for kids

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Made in BC Celebrates 15 Years With an Interactive Virtual History

Dancing Stories from BC is an online project preserving the ephemera of live performances

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Margaret Grenier Wins Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts

Grenier is the first Indigenous artist to be awarded the prize

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Sandra Laronde Receives the 2020 Celebration of Cultural Life Award

The award comes with a $10,000 cash prize


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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Upon Four Pillars

Olivia C. Davies brings ceremony home in Wishing Well at Dancing on the Edge

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(Re)Connecting the Circle

Amy Hull Responds to Claudia Moore’s Older & Reckless #42

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Santee Smith Wins Inaugural Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize

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Salmon Girl

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A Welcome Resistance

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity announces year-round Indigenous arts programming

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Beginnings are Everywhere

Reflections on the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival

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Phantom, stills & vibrations

An interview with Lara Kramer

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Qaggiavuut's Kiviuq Returns : Photo by Jamie Griffiths

On Cultural Voyeurism and Indigenous Creation

A day at the Living Ritual Festival, July 25-27, 2017 - Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

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Carrying a Collective Burden

Michael Greyeyes and Yvette Nolan’s Bearing

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The Shape-Shifting Serpent

Aanmitaagzi draws from an historic Anishinaabe story to narrate contemporary issues

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Ancestralizing the Present

Mique’l Dangeli retraces contemporaneity in Northwest First Nations dance

Workshop with Maxine Sheets-Johnstone

Life Phenomenology: Movement, Affect & Language

The 35th Annual International Human Science Research Conference

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Choreographic Residencies Across The Country

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Dancing on the Edge 2015: Part 1

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Powwow Summer

Images by Irina Popova

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And the Awards Go To…

The Dance Current

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