AT THE DCD GALLERY UNTIL DEC. 22ND

BY INVITATION ONLY: DANCE, CONFEDERATION AND RECONCILIATION
Co-Curators: Amy Bowring & Troy Emery Twigg

A dynamic array of imagery and artifacts illuminates two narratives seldom heard in the Confederation story. While the Fathers of Confederation toiled at the table of nation making, two voices were not invited to the discussion: women and Indigenous peoples. This exhibit illuminates the stories of how women and dance were essential to networking during the 1864 conferences that led to Confederation, and how Indigenous dance was banned within two decades of Confederation in an attempt to suppress the culture and assimilate Indigenous peoples. (READ MORE)  

LAWRENCE GRADUS

Lawrence Gradus

THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

Born in the Bronx in 1936, Lawrence Gradus was seven when his mother enrolled him in tap lessons. He later had a tap teacher who insisted that he take ballet as well and this path led to a scholarship at American Ballet Theatre School. (READ MORE - Pg. 43, DCD Mag. Issue 74)

EXCITING CHANGES

Vickie Fagan

HELLO & FAREWELL

We are delighted to introduce writer, producer and marketer Vickie Fagan as our new Manager of Donor Relations. Sadly this means we must bid farewell to Pamela Grundy. We are indebted to Pam for all the numerous seasons she has “carried the torch” for the organization. (READ MORE)

COMING SOON!

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