Toronto's Dance History 1900-1980, an exhibition curated by Dance Collection Danse - Canada's largest dance archives, explores the development of the city's dance scene from influential touring artists to vaudevillians to the ballet and modern dance booms and the diversity of dance practiced in the city.
And CODE members receive discounts on Dance Collection Danse's publications!
OTF and CODE are working together to expand our highly popular series of three-day summer camps for teachers. This summer, choose from four workshops in all areas of the province and pay only $50 for three days of quality PD. Read more for dates, locations and workshop descriptions, as well as the link to register. . .
How can we produce art that reflects, celebrates, critiques and advances the
cultural life of our community without contributing to the destruction of
the setting that inspires these artistic endeavours?
STAGING SUSTAINABILITY Arts | Community | Culture |
An international conference in the Faculty of Fine Arts, York University
April 20 - 22, 2011 | Toronto, Canada
You are cordially invited to The 41st Annual Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators’ Provincial Conference, at Blue Mountain Resorts, Blue Mountains, ON.
Reach: Drama and Dance Beyond the Classroom will highlight the third strand of the expectations in the Ontario Arts Document. CODE, in partnership with the Ontario Arts Council, is delighted to be able to share and model artist, teacher, and community partnerships. Such partnerships not only enrich the educational experience of students but also the life of the community. . .
Register now for this exciting one-day conference bringing together artist educators, organizational staff, curriculum specialists, teachers, community partners, funders, policy-makers and program participants from across the GTA to exchange ideas, theories and skills that will enhance their arts education practice in communities and schools and explore ways to ensure that EVERYONE CAN PLAY.
Performance & Learning Series: Sugar and Gold, The Story of the Underground Railroad in Canada at the Royal Conservatory
The Royal Conservatory of Music and Learning Through The Arts inviting you, your students, your colleagues, and their students to our third concert in the Performance & Learning Series: Sugar and Gold, The Story of the Underground Railroad in Canada, a very special Grades 3-8 Music and Learning event on Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 at 10:30am.
This fantastic, interactive performance arrives just in time to prepare students for Black History Month and all attending groups will receive a teaching guide.