DANCE COLLECTION DANSE HALL OF FAME
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Dance Collection Danse has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 DCD Hall of Fame scheduled for March 29. We will also cancel workshops and an inductee panel that were programmed for March 28. We will celebrate the same wonderful group of inductees in March 2021. In addition to keeping our own guests healthy, we are joining other organizations in our civic duty to help slow the rate of spread of the COVID-19 virus by cancelling these gatherings
We remain dedicated to caring for our country's dance history and we look forward to bringing you new virtual exhibitions in the coming months.
Hosted by singer/songwriter Micah Barnes, this gala event honours and celebrates dynamic lifelong contributions to dance in Canada by some remarkable individuals. Honorees are associated with many dance disciplines - from tap, to flamenco, to ballet, to contemporary. The 2021 inductees are James Kudelka, O.C., Margie Gillis, O.C., C.Q., Peter Boneham, C.M.,Mavis Staines, C.M. (William J.S. Boyle Dance Luminary Award), Ethel Bruneau, Rosario Ancer, Michael Greyeyes, Community Builders: Gretchen Ross and Donald Ross, O.C., and Trailblazers: Alice Murdoch Adams, Maud Allan, Marial Mosher
NEW BOOK! NEW SHOP!
CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR COPY OF "NAVIGATING HOME"!
Navigating Home: Artists of the NL Dance Project
By Amy Bowring
Foreword by Des Walsh
This, our 40th book, not only chronicles a remarkable project but delves deeply into the universal themes of home and identity. An evocative and, at times, movingly poetic portrait of a group of remarkable artists.
PAGE IN HISTORY
Hari Krishnan is a dancer, choreographer, scholar, and professor who specializes in Bharatanatyam and post-colonial, queer dance and film studies. Born in Singapore to Indian parents, Krishnan moved to India in his teens to study dance. In 1991 he moved to Canada. He founded inDANCE in 1999 for which he is artistic director. Krishnan has... (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 seemlessly 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.
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Contact Amy Bowring by email or call one of the numbers above
Miriam Adams, C.M.
Executive and Curatorial Director
Director of Development and Producer/Hall of Fame
Marketing & Sales Coordinator
Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Intern