ARTS FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - TORONTO ARTS COUNCIL
ANIMATING HISTORIC SITES
Grants of up to $30,000 are available to animate select Toronto Historic Sites & Museums
Congratulations to Dance Ontario members who have been nominated for Dora Mavor Moore Awards in the Dance Division!
DanceWorks/Human Body Expression for Chasing The Path
Outstanding Original Choreography
Alyssa Martin for string quartet no.14 in g major DanceWorks/Rock Bottom Movement
Hanna Kiel for Chasing The Path DanceWorks/Human Body Expression
GASTON, Dr. Anne-Marie (née Groves), who performed under the stage name of 'Anjali', died July 6, 1941 April 5, 2018. She was dancer, choreographer, writer, photographer, lecturer, teacher and traveller: Beloved wife and sister. Anne-Marie was born, raised, educated (at Lisgar Collegiate, where she was head girl) and died in Ottawa. She did her first degree at Queen's University and subsequently earned two post-graduate degrees (M.Litt., D.Phil) at Oxford University, UK.
The Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of Canadian Heritage today announced $550,000 to be directed towards a wide range of undertakings to prevent harassment in the arts. The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) will play a lead role, coordinating this far-reaching series of anti-harassment initiatives in the live performing arts, visual arts and crafts, and literary arts.
Halton District School Board's annual dance festival "FLORESCENCE" Celebrating International Dance Day takes place this week. We celebrate on THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH at the New Street Education Centre, 3250 New Street in Burlington L7N 1M8 from 9:15am to 2:00pm. After the Welcoming Ceremonies, students will participate in two technique workshops from a variety of disciplines (bollywood, contemporary, flamenco, hip hop, jazz, musical theatre, rhythm/tap, urban/house) facilitated by area dance artists. The morning finishes with a Show 'n' Share session.
Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA) announced a major change to performance categories for the Dora Mavor Moore Awards that will be implemented for next year's 40th Anniversary Dora Mavor Moore Awards in June 2019.
All performance categories for the Dora Mavor Moore Awards beginning with the 2018-19 season will be gender neutral with all binary male and female designations eliminated and replaced with gender-inclusive "Outstanding Performance" categories as applicable.
A Fond Farewell to Principal Dancer Taylor Gill
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