Dana Michel in her work Yellow Towel / Photo by Maxyme G. Delisle
Dana Michel

So So Silky Silky Silk: Scoring Yellow Towel

Other | Autre

Montréal QC
September 4-13 octobre 2018

Social Dance A Book of Ballroom Poetry by Carolyn Boll / Cover design by Elize Bogossian

Social Dance A Book of Ballroom Poetry by Carolyn Boll

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Enter for your chance to win a signed copy of Carolyn Boll’s new book “Social Dance A Book of Ballroom Poetry” published by Sally Jane Books.

Max Wyman / Photo by Yukiko Onley, courtesy of BC Alliance for Arts and Culture

New Criticism Award Launched in BC

On April 18, a new award that acknowledges excellence in critical writing and commentary on the visual, performing and literary arts will be celebrated in Vancouver. The Max Wyman Award for Cultural Commentary, or “The Max,” is the brainchild of community leader and philanthropist Dr. Yosef Wosk.

Iro Valaskakis-Tembeck

Danser à Montréal: A Tribute to Iro Valaskakis-Tembeck

Exhibit | Exposition

Montréal  QC
April 8-11 septembre 2016

Carol Anderson, Terrill Maguire

The Creator's Exchange - Yoga & Writing workshop

Workshop | Classe

Toronto ON
April 29 avril 2016
3:30-6 | 15:30-18:00


Poetry in Motion – Editor's Pick

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Olivia C. Davies, Anusha Fernando, Paraskevas Terezakis

Words In Motion

Performance | Spectacle

Vancouver BC
March 18-19 mars 2016
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary, Various

Dance Studies Collection

Dance Studies Collection from Dance Collection Danse

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Mirna Zagar

Grant Writing 101

Talk | Conférence

Vancouver BC
January 14 janvier 2015
4:00-5:00 | 16:00-17:00

Kaija Pepper

Writing Dance

Workshop | Classe

Vancouver BC
January 18-8 février 2015
January 18 @ 2:00-4:00 | 14:00-16:00, January 25, February 1 & 8 @ 2:00-5:00 | 14:00-17:00

On the Ground

Dancing the Day

Waking up in the morning, I sometimes feel like a pilot doing his pre-flight checklist. Today, the first thing I check is my neck. Somehow, I sprained it a couple days ago and it’s been in pretty rough shape since.

Writers & Readers


By Jillian Vanstone

When little girls and boys dream about a life as a dancer they think about the costumes and the lights, the thrill and the applause, the joy of movement, the storytelling, the fantasy. What children don’t imagine are the pressures of a career on stage.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Madness Ensues at the Ballet

By Deanne Kearney

The ballet is not a biography of Nijinsky’s life per se, nor does it unfold in chronological order. It begins with Nijinsky’s last performance on January 19, 1919, when Nijinsky danced publicly for the last time and called his performance a “Wedding with God.”

Emerging Arts Critics Programme


By Colleen Snell

In ballet, as in life, a dancer never knows which performance will be their last. The National Ballet of Canada’s (NBoC) Nijinsky opens with this dark thought.

360 Dance

Dancing Through Words with Wendy Perron

By Philip Szporer

To promote her new book Through the Eyes of a Dancer, Wendy Perron, the noted American choreographer, dancer, writer and editor, participated in a lively and wide-ranging conversation with colleague Maura Keefe for Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival’s PillowTalks.

Megan Andrews, Brittany Duggan

The Dance Current Writers' Seminar: Reading Writing Dancing

Workshop | Classe

Toronto ON
September 27 septembre 2014
3:30 | 15:30


Slow Words Dancing

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WORN Fashion Journal Package

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360 Dance

On Criticism

By Philip Szporer

Choreographers have been unburdening their anger at dance critics on social media, taking them to task for negative reviews and registering disdain for the scribes’ perceived lack of insight. Our Montréal regional online editor Philip Szporer weighs in.


Volume 155 of the Canadian Theatre Review

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