Society of Dance History Scholars: Soundwalk Interactions PERsentation

Back in June at the Society of Dance History Scholars’ Annual Conference, dance artists and researchers gathered at York University to discuss issues i…

keep on MOVING: Advice for Dancers

Back on March 20th, the Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) hosted a special “keep on MOVING” conference in Toronto geared for emerging artists. T…

CCCO visits Thunder Bay and Guelph

Cultural Careers Council Ontario (CCCO) visited Thunder Bay on June 17th and 18th to present its latest conference: \Creating a Li...

Top 10 Conference Takeaways

Reflections on the CDA National Conference

Counting down …

Not Your Average Dance Conference

CDA National Conference Sept. 23-25, 2010 By Kate Cornell

It was no coincidence that the Canadian Dance Assembly’s (CDA) conference happened at the National Ballet School in Toronto during Culture Days.

Pilobolus Dance Theatre: Symbiosis

Thanks to co-presenters Alberta Ballet, Brian Webb Dance Company and Fluid Movement Arts Festival, Calgary lit up last week with a performance by Pilobo…

English Country Dancing: Rooted in the Past, Dancing into the Future

Over the next few days, York University in Toronto is hosting “English Country Dancing: Rooted in the Past, Dancing into the Future”.

Pulse: Ontario's Youth Dance Conference

May 13th through 16th, the Pulse Ontario Youth Dance Conference welcomes high school students and teachers to attend a weekend of workshops and performances geared to develop their dance literacy and understanding.

on the MOVE: Toronto

The Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) recently wrapped up their 2009/10 Canadian tour of on the MOVE conferences, which reached approximately 600 emerging dance artists in nine cities across Canada: Vancouver, Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal and Halifax.

New "Healthy Dancer" organization may be on horizon

Canada may soon be home to a new healthy dancer organization. Medical professionals, dance instructors and dancers came together t…

The Weight of Words

The Second États généraux de la danse professionnelle du Québec By Marie Claire Forté

“The written word endures and is eventually accepted as authority,” proclaimed Regroupement québécois de la danse (RQD) director Lorraine Hébert at the launch of the second États généraux de la danse professionnelle du Québec, a summit conference on professional dance in the province.

Spring Forward! connects emerging arts professionals

In March, Elizabeth Chitty, Executive Director of the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists’ Ontario Chapter (CADA-ON), presented the...

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