2 World Premieres, 10 Alberta Premieres in Season Brimming with Canadian Artistry
Choreographer and painter Shen Wei has spent more than two decades living in China, and more than two decades in New York City
Karen Kain, Artistic Director of The National Ballet of Canada, today announced a new initiative within the popular pre-performance Ballet Talks series, See the Music, Hear the Dance.
This ballet will look starkly different from other versions—and that’s apparent even from rehearsals, where the performers are moving in, around, and through three giant, black, hollow rectangles that roll around the stage on wheels—almost like dancers themselves.
Artist Andrea Bolley has become a fixture at parties, including this week's opening for Drake's newest restaurant, Pick 6ix.
In the brochure you will find the deadlines for granting programs serving various arts communities, artistic practices and disciplines.
Leighton James and Christian Srigley had just landed back home in Montreal when the Grammy nominations were announced last month. As they coasted down the runway, their phones lit up.
This project will contribute to the upgrading of the Arts and Culture Centre network in Newfoundland and Labrador
At this time of year, Alberta Ballet dancer Jared Ebell is fully immersed in the world of The Nutcracker. But, growing up on Vancouver Island’s east coast, he was more familiar with salmon lures and surfboards than Sugar Plum Fairies and Mouse Kings.
The Board opted to press pause on next year’s festival in order to explore alternate funding options after a series of grants did not come through.