Mimi Beck, Dance Curator of acclaimed presenter DanceWorks, announces that subscriptions and single tickets are currently on sale for the 2017-18 season featuring eight Toronto-based artists/companies and one Indigenous company from Vancouver.
Sas Selfjord, who will also step down in June 2018 from running the Vancouver Tap Dance Society
Major Funding Increase Will Create Jobs and Strengthen Communities. Ontario is increasing funding to the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) to support the continued success of the province's thriving arts sector.
It's been more than two decades since the doors closed on Canada's last residential school, but a new indigenous-led production explores the enduring effects of its legacy on the country.
A popular misconception finds that dancers, like athletes, peak in their 20s. But as the National Ballet of Canada’s most senior ballerinas prove, Martha Schabas writes, there are benefits that come with age
Nunavut has the highest suicide rate of any province or territory in Canada. But in the town of Arviat, a yearly dance competition helps young people heal their emotional wounds.
Teenager Tia Wood chosen as one of the head dancers at Gathering of Nations in New Mexico
Michaela Hinds plans to retire after winning more titles than any other North American
“Encount3rs” will feature the works of Jean Grand-Maitre of Alberta Ballet, Emily Molnar of Ballet BC, and Guillaume Cote of the National Ballet of Canada.
A contemporary ballet inspired by the music of The Tragically Hip will be one of the focal points of the 2017-2018 season for Alberta Ballet.