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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

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Arts on the public agenda: A year of cultural policy making

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Government recognizes arts as key industry in federal budget

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Performing Arts Alliance inaugural meeting

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Arts & Culture: Bold steps into the political ring

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Canadian Dance Policy: a year in review

Expert advice

By Shannon Litzenberger

On connecting with politicians

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Ahead of the Curve? Adapting to a Changing Climate

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Convergence and Conversations: The national dance community [inter]connects in Halifax

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

CDA reflects on a year of cultural policy under Canada’s new government

Vantage Point

By Shannon Litzenberger

Dance at the helm of the Canada Council at 50

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