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In January 2022, Hope Muir will assume the artistic leadership of The National Ballet of Canada. She brings curiosity, an instinct for collaboration and an abiding love for new work and the creative process, rooted in her international career as a dancer, guest teacher, stager, rehearsal director and artistic leader. Since 2017, Hope has been Artistic Director of Charlotte Ballet where she has rebuilt the repertoire with new work and underpinned it with a commitment to strong classical training.

July 9, 2021 -  
Workshop on Health and Safety in Dance with Janet Sellery

Dancing through Challenging Times with Janet Sellery

Celebrating Indigenous History Month

June is Indigenous History Month. We recognize the First Nation, Inuit, and Métis people who have helped shape the dance community today and celebrate Ontario's dance artists of Indigenous descent.

Celebrate with us by watching, participating and learning with the following events:

Join us on Wednesday, June 9 for Mental Skills for Dance

Join us on Wednesday, June 9th for Mental Skills for Dance with Lauren Ritchie

Date: Wednesday, June 9th

June 7 - 2021 - Based on the provincewide vaccination rate and continuing improvements in key public health and health system indicators, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, will move the province into Step One of its Roadmap to Reopen at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, June 11, 2021.

Step One of the Roadmap to Reopen includes but is not limited to:

#FairnessforArtsON Campaign

As Ontario senior officials will meet to determine the specific regulatory details of the Roadmap to Reopen In the coming days and weeks, many performing arts organizations have come together to promote the #FairnessforArtsON campaign.

Vivine Scarlett is the winner of the Toronto Arts Foundation Muriel Sherrin Award. Vivine is Founder, Executive Director and Curator for dance Immersion, an organization that supports dancers and dances of the African Diaspora. Her inspired journey continues to provide a variety of platforms that serve Canadian artists of African ancestry with opportunities that have laid a foundation for continued growth and representation.

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