Jean Stoneham Orr is a beloved member of the Vancouver dance community for her support of artists and her half-century of volunteerism, but did you know…?
A daughter of residential school survivors, Karen’s path to activism and scholarly work started as a youth during the height of the civil rights era of the 1970s.
In the spirit of 15 Dance Lab and Adams’s own work, this bursary, supported by William J. S. Boyle, offers emerging professional dance artists an opportunity to train, research, and investigate, with a financial commitment to help ease the burden of advancing their professional career.
Édouard Lock received international acclaim for his risky, virtuosic movement vocabulary, but did you know…?
Zab founded Montréal-based Zab Maboungou/Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata in 1987, did you know…?
Ms. Baker has been a vivid presence in contemporary dance for five decades but, did you know…?
On July 29, our community lost a giant of the dance world and we at DCD lost a friend. Danny Grossman was a passionate believer in the importance of preserving dance.
Did you know Rex was born in Peterborough, Ontario, and graduated from Canada’s National Ballet School in 1981, joining The National Ballet of Canada in 1983
Many costs are associated with producing this landmark event, including inductee travel and lodging, venue, food and beverage, production of videos, and live stream, plus performer fees for our exciting live performance pop-ups!
Dance Collection Danse is delighted to announce that the 2023 DCD Hall of Fame Recipient of the Sandra Faire Next Generation Award is Robert Binet, choreographer and Choreographic Associate for the The National Ballet of Canada.
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