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Out of Studio II

From our upcoming July/August issue, Alvin Collantes shares his COVID-19 lockdown experience through photography.

News

Canada’s Drag Race Premieres During an Important Time

Tonight, the inaugural season of Canada’s Drag Race premieres during an important time in history: Just after Pride month, during a global pandemic and amid calls for justice and more representation of marginalized voices from the Black Lives Matter movement.

Review

The Privilege of the Pastoral

Julia Alpin and Terrill Maguire’s pastoral meditation livestream, Grove, raises questions about accessibility and inequity. By Erin Baldwin

Column

Healthy Dancer

Toronto-based chiropractor and dance artist Dr. Blessyl Buan shares her advice on what to consider when creating a makeshift studio space at home and adapting a dance routine for physical distancing during COVID-19. By Dr. Blessyl Buan

Review

Extricating Liveness During COVID-19

Philip Szporer reviews Thea Patterson’s digital performance, Silvering in Confinement, confronting disconnection in our virtually connected, COVID-19 world. By Philip Szporer

Column

Provocations

As a mixed white and Afro-Indigenous body myself, I know the dance community has a lot of work to do inside of systemic racism and solidarity. I have personally experienced violence and injustice from the dance community, and I question the ways that the performing arts sector continues to perpetuate this brutality. By Aria Evans

News

Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur to Produce Ten Dancefilms Over Two Weeks

Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur (FASS)’s online project will run July 5 through September 6, highlighting the work of Quebec-based artists.

Gallery

Out of Studio I

From our upcoming July/August issue, Marlowe Porter shares her COVID-19 lockdown experience through photography.

News

Toronto’s Dora Mavor Moore Award Winners Announced

Like so many other events, the forty-first annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards found themselves right in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Column

On the Ground

Festival Accès Asie (FAA) celebrates it’s twenty-fifth anniversary with a swift pivot due to COVID-19 closures. Dylan Schoenmakers speaks with the FAA team to find out how they managed the organizational shift. By Dylan Schoenmakers

News

The National Ballet of Canada Met With Dancer Nicholas Rose After He Called Out the Company on Instagram

In the wake of protests over police brutality and systemic racism, Rose told the company to “do better.”

Column

Writers & Readers

Friends and colleagues shared with The Dance Current memories of Wild.

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