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Show your love and support for the arts during this difficult time.
 
The Toronto Arts Foundation welcome nominations from any of Toronto's great art supporters and patrons, fellow artists, arts managers and arts board members.
 

Every February, Londoners participate in Black History Month honouring and celebrating the legacy of Black community members, past and present.

The 2021 theme for Black History Month is: "Canadians of African Descent: Going forward, guided by the past." This was inspired by the theme of the United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024).

Kit Modus seeks proposals for new works to be created via virtual choreographic residency. The Atlanta-based company is committed to transporting audiences into a world of innovative movement by developing and presenting an expansive repertoire of original contemporary dance works by outstanding choreographers.

Past guest choreographers include Mark Caserta (Complexions, Ballet Jazz de Montreal), Autumn Eckman (Hubbard Street), and Noelle Kayser (Visceral, Northwest Dance Project)

The start date and duration of the residency will be negotiated with selected creators.

Call to Members - Come Dance With Us!
Dance Ontario invites our members
to join us in a special digital film project, choreographed by Alysa Pires, filmed and performed by you!
 

Open Call Project Program

The Nuit Blanche Open Call Program is open to professional artists and collectives. Proposals should respond to the curatorial theme of the event and be in one of the identified key neighbourhoods.

Are you looking to advance your dance career and identify as African, Caribbean or Black with at least one year of dance experience?
 

Calling all Performing Artists: Mark DeGarmo Dance Seeks Applicants for the 2020-2021 season of its Virtual Salon Performance Series:

We are currently looking for talents from within the Afro-Caribbean Diaspora (Global), including singers, dancers, comedians, drummers, DJs, cultural performers, musicians/bands, designers/stylists, models, health and wellness instructors, culinary artists, and many others for this year's online event!

Dance Ontario DanceWeekend is going digital in 2021! Our annual festival, which draws packed houses each year, will shift to showcasing our members and vibrant dance community in the online space in response the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Call for Dance Films to be shown during DanceWeekend'21, January 23-24, 2021.

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