logo

Contributor

Kate Cornell

Contributor

Kate Cornell is an arts advocate, and writer based in Toronto. She advocates nationally on behalf of the arts sector as the Co-Chair of the Canadian Arts Coalition/la Coalition canadienne des arts. As English-language spokesperson for the Coalition, she has been interviewed by the Globe and Mail, Canadian Press, and CBC’s The National. With a PhD in Communication and Culture, her graduate research focused on Canadian cultural policies for dance at the federal level. Cornell is the proud recipient of the John Hobday Award in Arts Management (2016) from the Canada Council for the Arts.

Kate Cornell's Work

Perspectives

By Kate Cornell

Dance and the Media: Where do we go from here?

Making Waves

By Kate Cornell

Piotr Stanczyk

Perspectives

By Kate Cornell

On the Road Again: Dancing Across Southern Ontario

Canadian Dancing Bodies Then and Now

By Kate Cornell

Université du Québec à Montréal’s Estivale 2000 Conference, Take One

Profile

By Kate Cornell

Intense and determined: Jhe Russell

What the…?

By Kate Cornell

Kate Cornell talks with Christopher Body, soloist with the National Ballet, about James Kudelka’s new Swan Lake

So You Want to Study Dance…

By Kate Cornell

A guide to Toronto’s post-secondary dance options

CURRENT ISSUE

LISTINGS THIS WEEK