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 Carol Anderson / Photo by Sashar Zarif

Carol Anderson

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Dance artist and author Carol Anderson has chronicled Canadian dance since the late 1980s. Her writing includes biographies, collections, articles and online resources. Since the 1970s she has choreographed and taught in professional, educational and community settings. Anderson started performing with pioneer Judy Jarvis’s first dance/theatre company and was a founding member of Dancemakers - dancing, teaching and choreographing with the Toronto company from 1974 to 1988. Now a professor emerita of York University’s Department of Dance, Anderson continues to move, make, teach and write.

Carol Anderson's Work

Stephanie Ballard

A Portrait in Black & White By Carol Anderson

Though she dresses mostly in graphic black and white, Stephanie Ballard has created a multi-coloured tapestry with her life in dance. With a self-declared passion for continuum, she has done it all from choreography to administration. Now also working as a dance archivist, she continues to create and is developing a new performance initiative for young Winnipeg dance artists.

In the Making

By Carol Anderson

Calling the Future: Tom Stroud and Contemporary Dancers’ 40th Anniversary

Making Waves

By Carol Anderson

Talking it Over

Making Waves

By Carol Anderson

David Earle’s river of vision

The Long View

By Carol Anderson

Selma Odom: a panoramic view

Profile

By Carol Anderson

Brian Webb’s elegant integration

The Long View

By Carol Anderson

Trish Beatty: engaging a feminine wisdom

The Long View

By Carol Anderson

Patrick Parson: Toute Baghai — a little bit of everything

The Long View

By Carol Anderson

Terrill Maguire

The Long View

By Carol Anderson

Lois Smith

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