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Various

 
Healthy Dancer

Big Little Secrets: Part II

By Jo-Anne La Flèche

Understanding abuse and trauma in dance

 
Philippe Meunier, Ian Yaworski, Stacey Désilier

Suspendu au sol + Pythagore mon corps

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal QC
February 6-9 février 2020
Various

 
Bérénice Dupuis, Sarah Elola

instruMENTAL + Ça prend un village

Performance | Spectacle

QC
January 30-2 février 2020
Various

 
Various Artists

2020 Dance Collection Danse Hall of Fame

Fundraiser | Levée de fonds

Toronto National
March 29 mars 2020
Various

Performers in Tableau D’Hôte Theatre’s Blackout, choreography by Rodney Diverlus, set by Sophie El-Assad, costumes by Noémi Poulin, lighting by Audrey-Anne Bouchard, projections by Jaclyn Turner / Photo by Jaclyn Turner
 

Political Bodies

Dance and/as Protest By Elan Marchinko, Rodney Diverlus

Public protest on the land now called Canada often disrupts the rhythms of everyday life. Dance, when used in and as protest, entails the work of remembrance and caring for difficult histories, memories and stories. Elan Marchinko explores four performative works that engage in protest: The Holomodor Project, Meridian, Bearing and Blackout. Included are Rodney Diverlus’s choreographer’s notes.

 

12 Minutes Max Studio Showing

Other | Autre

Vancouver BC
November 5 novembre 2019
Various

 

Toronto International Dance Festival (TIDF 2019) - Fall Indoor Concert

Festival | Festival

Scarborough ON
October 26 octobre 2019
Various

 

Baby, this is what you came for or I’m walking on my future

Workshop | Classe

Calgary AB
September 26-5 octobre 2019
Various

 
Provocations

Holding Each Other Up

By Aimee Dawn Robinson

Aimée Dawn Robinson talks about the importance of taking the time to “embrace, nourish and celebrate your artistry.”

Dance artist in Viva Dance Company's Water / Image courtesy of the presenter
 

Winnipeg Fringe Festival

Festival | Festival

Winnipeg MB
July 17-28 juillet 2019
Various

Dance artists in Frog in Hand's Heart of Matter / Image courtesy of the presenter
 

Toronto Fringe Festival

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
July 3-14 juillet 2019
Various

Ziyian Kwan in her work The Odd Volume / Photo by David Cooper
 

Dancing on the Edge

Festival | Festival

Vancouver BC
July 4-13 juillet 2019
Contemporary, Various

Sanou in their work Kounfetaga / Photo by Deneth P
 

PS: we are all here

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
July 6-13 juillet 2019
Contemporary, Various

Dance artists in Denise Fujiwara's EUNOIA / Photo by Jeremy Mimnagh
 

Guelph Dance Festival

Festival | Festival

Guelph ON
May 31-2 juin 2019
Contemporary, Various

 
On the Ground

Heading South

By Grace Wells-Smith

Working in the United States requires patience, planning and help.

Image courtesy of the presenter
 

Paprika Festival

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
May 20-26 mai 2019
Various

 

Myth-Busting

The Dance Current asked artists to share the misconceptions and assumptions surrounding the style(s) and genre(s) they work in and what they wish people knew about their practice.

Writers & Readers

Message for International Dance Day From Louise Lecavalier

Louise Lecavalier shares a message for International Dance Day, via Regroupement québécois de la danse.

 
Provocations

Moving Beyond the Theory of Inclusion

By Ravyn Ariah Wngz

Ravyn Ariah Wngz talks about the importance of seeking out those most affected by marginalization and exclusion to inform us of what changes are needed in the dance community.

 
On the Ground

Getting Involved at the Federal Level

By Kate Cornell

Why should the dance community care about politics? Kate Cornell writes about why it’s important for dance artists to get involved and offers tips on how to convincingly speak to politicians.

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