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Shannon Litzenberger

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Shannon Litzenberger is a Toronto-based dancer, choreographer, writer, director and arts advocate. Currently an Innovation Fellow at the Metcalf Foundation, she is exploring the changing relationship between arts policy and practice. As an independent dance artist, she recently presented her new dance production ‘HOMEbody - lessons in prairie living…’ to critical acclaim. She is the recipient of the 2012 Jack McAllister Award for Accomplishment in Dance from Ryerson University.

Shannon Litzenberger's Work

State of the Art(ist):

Partnerships in Action – Part Three By Shannon Litzenberger

Policy researcher and writer Shannon Litzenberger looks at some innovative ideas for meaningful change in the frameworks and funding for culture. In the final part of her three-part series, Litzenberger describes experiments with new models of support for her own work.

State of the Art(ist)

Creative Partnerships – Part Two By Shannon Litzenberger

Policy researcher and writer Shannon Litzenberger looks at some innovative ideas for meaningful change in the frameworks and funding for culture. In the second of her three-part series, Litzenberger explores some new models for partnerships between business and the arts.

State of the Art(ist)

A Platform for Change – Part One By Shannon Litzenberger

Systemic change doesn’t come easy, but according to policy researcher and writer Shannon Litzenberger, that’s what’s required to keep arts and culture growing in Canada. In the first of a three-part series, Litzenberger describes a tipping point and the need to strategize for change.

 

Canadian Arts Coalition's Arts Day on the Hill

By Shannon Litzenberger

Tuesday October 23rd marked the Canadian Arts Coalition’s annual Arts Day on Parliament Hill.

Feature: Stuck in the Middle

A Story About 14 Mid-Career Independent Dance Artists in Toronto By Shannon Litzenberger

In December 2009, a group of eight mid-career independent dance creators came together to discuss the challenges they were facing as artists living and working in Toronto and to explore new ways of working collaboratively.

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Post-Recession Budgeting and the Fate of Arts Investment

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Is No News Good News? Reflections on the 2010 Federal Budget

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Does it Take a Prorogation to Wake us from our Apathy?

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

A Coalition is [re]Born

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Countdown to Another Federal Election: Do you know where your MP stands on arts and culture Issues?

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