Dance

  • Arts briefs

    A dark day for the arts // A flurry of laughs // A dance double-feature // A concert in the sky(walk) // An intuitive art exhibition // A call for Prairie art books

  • Partners in dance and life

    Whether in ballet slippers or trainers, Catherine Wreford and Craig Ramsay walk the world together.

  • Hearts full of rhythm

    Gracing Winnipeg dancefloors as of late is a certain sect of dancers. Their movements are easily traced, smooth and free-flowing with the utmost poise and dexterity. The envious need not despair. If they had it their way, everybody in Winnipeg would join their foot-stomping ranks.

  • Arts briefs

    Romeo, save me // Black and Proud/Noir et Fier // Art with teeth // Celebrate Palentine’s Day // Talking climate // Embracing winter through song

  • Born to move

    When Ian Mozdzen entered the School of Contemporary Dancers at the age of 34 with no prior formal training, it was a transition, to say the least.

  • Arts Briefs

    Lights on the Exchange returns // Gabs Sings Babs // Agrarian After Dark // RMTC and TPM present among men // Celebrating the work of Alvin // Royal Winnipeg Ballet hosting auditions Pauls

  • Favourite local dancer

    1. Esethu Gwintsa

    2. Ella Steele

    3. Dancing Gabe

  • Walk the ground, share the land

    The body, movement, the earth: seemingly disparate elements, to those not in the know.

    Visual artist Jaime Black-Morsette and the Young Lungs Dance Exchange (YLDE), a non-profit dance organization, are collaborating in an attempt to strengthen the connections between people’s bodies and the land.

  • Arts briefs

    Punk-rock goods// MHC wants your work!// Celebrating art across time// Fast, forward movement// Field Guide (re)releases debut album// A season’s farewell

  • Security at Winnipeg raves

    I’m dancing, sweaty. My eyes flicker back and forth so fast I can hardly see, rolling back up.

  • Arts briefs

    Feelin’ lucky// Submit your ArchiShorts// A Millenium Centre soirée// Talking movement// From the Junos to the Limelight// It’s worth the trip: Here & There

  • After the swan song

    André Lewis is no stranger to Swan Lake. The artistic director’s career at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB) has spanned three decades.

  • Arts briefs

    Hého, let’s go!// An afternoon brew-ski// Taking care of business// Writing on Western Canadian art// Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers and Little Brothers @ PTE// STAGES Speaker Series: Ekene Emeka-Maduka

  • Arts briefs

    The old Ball & Chain// Trouble in Mind @ MTC// Feeling Lynchian// A reel good workshop// UW theatre troupe presents The Secret in the Wings// ‘Where street dance and classical music meet’

  • Arts briefs

    A gothic gathering// A very West Broadway winter// Manitoba artists receive JUNO nominations// Through Idan Cohen’s Looking Glass// The Rockies get their picture show// Urban Shaman presents Brennan McKay

  • Arts briefs

    Snowe-d in and Warming up// Capturing domesticity// Dancers wanted// Introducing Game-itoba// Lighting up the Exchange// Dine with your palentines

  • When fairytales collide

    Cinderella meets Little Red Riding Hood meets a baker’s wife meets Jack and his beanstalk. 

  • Arts briefs

    A collector’s paradise// No blues at this blues fest// Craft in Colour @ MCC// NO DICTIONARY FOR DANCERS// A warm Winterruption// Decolonizing Lens celebrates Janine Windolph

  • Pardon the winterruption

    When the new year becomes old news, it can be daunting to look ahead.

  • Favourite local dancer

    1. Ella Steele
    2. Dancing Gabe
    3. Carol-Ann Bohrn / Jillian Groening (tie)

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