The winners of the 2017 K.M. Hunter Artist Awards were announced today.
Dance Ontario's Creative Partnership Program will provide $2,000 in production/creation support to each of two choreographers for NEW work to be premiered at DanceWeekend'18 next January. Choreographers whose membership is current at the time of submission are eligible to apply.
All forms of dance will be considered and two works each approximately 15 minutes in length will be selected.
As you may know The London Dance Festival has undergone a metamorphosis since our last summer festival. They have been diligently working to create a new, more exciting, and community focused dance experience. In this rejuvenation they have incorporated as a non-profit and are going through a re-branding process.You are invited to go with them on their new adventure and participate in year-round dance initiatives for all Londoners.
The AFC is pleased to announce a Public Service Announcement on The AFC – the lifeline for Canada’s entertainment industry - is now airing on CBC TV and CBC.ca. The 60-second spot, which showcases how even the most celebrated performers and technicians can find themselves needing help after an unforeseen event upends their lives, can also be viewed here.
Dear Minister McMahon,
Dance Ontario Association is contacting you at this time to draw your attention to the alarming outcomes emerging within the not for profit arts sector as a result of decreased funding from Ontario Arts Council to the individuals and institutions that create and disseminate dance in this province. Increased investment in the Ontario Arts Council is urgently needed in order for this major economic driver to begin to address losses to the sector through inflationary pressures and to begin to meet demands due to population growth.