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Julye Huggins

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Julye Huggins is a creative “think-tank”, doer-of-many-things, wannabe dance artist, originally from Sudbury, Ontario. She is a Certified Movement Analyst and is currently pursuing a PhD in dance studies at York University. 

Starting in September 2009, Julye contributed daily video content to The Dance Current, researching and writing about a broad range of Canadian dance activities. Formerly hosted at dancepassport.ca (2008-2013), the video blog boasted over 1100 pieces in five years, championing an ever-inclusive scope of “Dance in Canada”. Julye was Video Blogger for The Dance Current from September 2009 through June 2013.

 

Julye Huggins' Work

Blauen Funken Edmonton

Blauen Funken Edmonton recently posted highlights from their recent two-day event featuring a “Disco Ball” themed variety show and costume ball (Janua…

Gimme One Riddim

Following Jamaica’s recent fiftieth anniversary of independence from Britain, Gimme One Riddim by choreographers Jasmyn Fyffe and Natasha Powell…

Kalanidhi International Festival

Just around the corner in Toronto is the Kalanidhi International Festival 2013. This year, the festival’s artistic director Sudha Khandwani celebrates …

Delicate Beast

The March/April 2013 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes an item featuring Dorian Nuskind-Oder. "Petite and bookish, the young choreogra...

Toronto Salsa Festival

Coming up at the end of the month, the Toronto Salsa Festival runs March 28th through 31st at the Sheraton Centre. The event promises a full weekend of…

Everyday Anthems

The March/April 2013 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes an item featuring Heidi Strauss.”It seems late to call Heidi Strauss a prodigy…

International Festival of Films on Art

The 31st International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) is on in Montréal, March 14th through 24th. Among the films will be the Canadian premiere of …

Peggy Baker Dance Projects

Running February 27th through March 3rd in Toronto, Peggy Baker Dance Projects presents Stereophonic, a mixed program featuring three world premi…

Body Scan

Based on a work made in 2008, Benoît Lachambre and Lee Su-Feh reunite to create Body Scan: Sweet Gyre. Originally created for six dancers, Bod…

Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts

This video was created by I Love Dance/J’aime la danse, a Canadian campaign that works to collaborate with all styles of dance in an attempt to raise g…

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