Dance Collection Danse
301 - 149 Church St.
1-800-665-5320 (toll free in Canada)
Mon.-Fri. 11-4 or by appointment
Research Centre Hours
Miriam Adams, C.M.
Director of Collections
Dance Collection Danse is a federally incorporated charitable organization. Charitable registration number: 86553 1727 RR0001.
Early Spanish Dance in Canada
Artifact of the Month,
Featuring a broadsheet from 1935 that is among several artifacts that provide evidence of the presence of Spanish and flamenco dance in Canada in the early to mid-twentieth century. (learn more)
Wen Wei Wang,
Enter, Dancing … Narratives of Migration, a project initiated and co-ordinated by Carol Anderson, records the stories of eight individuals who have come to Canada, brought their dancing and continued to evolve their art and practice here. It is the intention of Enter, Dancing to record their stories first-hand. (learn more)
CONTINUING TO APRIL 1st
Tuesday-Thursday, 7:30 PM-10:00 PM
Friday 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Wed. March 12, 8:00 PM
James Kudelka, Danny Grossman & Sharon DiGenova discuss concert dance as an environment for queer expression. Moderated by Graham Jackson.
Tues. March 18, 8:00 PM
Take a tour of the exhibit with Pamela Grundy, curator.
Both events - pay what you can
Exhibition and event location:
Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives
34 Isabella Street, Toronto
For more information or to book school and group tours
Please contact Pamela Grundy
Visit our current exhibition in our NEW space! Treasures from the Collection highlights artifacts from Maud Allan, Nesta Toumine, Gweneth Lloyd, Grant Macdonald and more.
Glimpse part of Maud Allan's Salome costume, designs by Jurgen Rose or an Anna Pavlova broadsheet.