RE:SOUND will offer Dance Ontario members coverage from 2008 to 2016, provided that:
Arts Stats 2016, a public survey commissioned by Toronto Arts Foundation and conducted by Leger, reveals that for the third year running there are high levels of support for the arts in Toronto.
Vivine Scarlett will be heading a delegation to the UK next month for a ground-breaking international conference, Re:generations, dedicated to providing a platform for academic and artistic practices of dance of the African Diaspora. Participants include KasheDance, Esie Mensah, Jasmyn Fyffe, and John Alleyne.
A visit to Windsor in mid August was truly inspiring with a meeting of dancers, choreographers and teachers crowding a charming donated meeting space in the city's SHO Gallery.
Responses from close to 50 people practicing more than a dozen different dance styles generated a full house and guaranteed lively discussions at a meeting led by Taisa Petruk (Dance Ontario Regional Network Coordinator) and facilitated by Arts Council Windsor & Region (Lara Service, Interim ED and Sue Cole, Board Member).