Now available as an e-book, Navigating Home is an insightful and moving view inside the dreams, histories and talents of this remarkable collection of artists. By Amy Bowring
REHEARSAL WITH DAVID EARLE
DCD's Youtube channel has a wide and ever-growing collection of videos. Drop by to watch the latest uploads!
It is now time for our annual spring campaign. This year we are focussing on an exciting digital project – DCD DIGITAL!
DCD was recently awarded our second Digital Strategy Fund grant from the Canada Council for the Arts towards the testing and launch of this sophisticated online archive.
In the current state of the world, digital communication has never been so important and will continue to be so as we move into the future. DCD DIGITAL will allow us to digitize and share our collection as well as material from contributing museums, archives, universities, artists, arts organizations, and the public.
We are excited to announce that we have private matching funds of $10,000 to help reach our goal of $20,000 to assist with crucial next steps in the development of DCD DIGITAL.
We hope we can count on you to support this substantial move towards an all access digital archive system! And with matching funds, your donation will go twice as far.
As we are currently not working from the office, we are encouraging people to donate online through CanadaHelps.
Dance Collection Danse has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 DCD Hall of Fame. We also canceled planned workshops and an inductee panel. We joined other organizations in our civic duty to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We will celebrate the same wonderful group of inductees in March 2021. (MORE)
RESPONSIVE & MORE SECURE!
Just in time time for the release of our latest book, Amy Bowring's Navigating Home: Artists of the NL Dance Project, we have redesigned out store to be more secure and work seamlessly on mobile devices. Drop by and see how it looks... maybe even buy something? MORE
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU
Elements of Canada's dance history exist in numerous collections across the country and we want to: A) Know what's out there; and B) Share everything digitally. How? We have several ideas but we want your input. VISIT HERE to add your story. It only takes a few minutes and your input will help shape what we invest in next.