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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Despite years of studying, creating and attending theatre, I have never understood the appeal of multimedia productions.
Badass Dance Fun is Harbourfront Centre’s newest platform for experimental contemporary dance. Meet Eroca Nicols, also known as Lady Janitor. She’s the curator of the mini festival.
Meet Janis Monture, she’s the Co-Artistic Director of Planet IndigenUS and the Executive Director of Woodland Cultural Centre, which is currently celebrating it’s 40th year. We recently caught up to Janis and asked her some questions about her specific role within the festival, why she thinks the festival is important, and what she hopes the public will take away from …
We can hardly contain our excitement as the legendary Wooster Group prepare to present their version of Tennesse Williams’ Vieux Carré this week at Harbourfront Centre
There’s no shortage of breath around Harbourfront Centre when it comes to expressing how truly honoured and excited we are to be presenting The Wooster Group’s Version of Tennessee Williams’ Vieux Carré at World Stage. It’s about time you heard it from somebody else.
I remember sitting in a small room, with headphones on, thinking, I’m about to experience something special.
Currently an employment opportunity exists in our Integrated Communications department for full-time (40 hours/week) Media Relations Interns to assist with Harbourfront Centre’s busy spring/summer season.
Currently an internship opportunity exists in our Integrated Communications for a full-time Social Media Intern to assist with Harbourfront Centre’s busy spring/summer season. Reporting to the social media specialist, this position will be responsible for promoting online awareness of Harbourfront Centre and its programmes for a 3-4 month contract.
Harbourfront Centre’s performing arts residency programme is your chance to encounter some of Toronto’s most exciting and original established and emerging artists.
Planet IndigenUS is pleased to present six educational workshops for Aboriginal communities in the GTA. The 2012 Planet IndigenUS workshops include Music Industry, Photographic Expressions, Hip Hop Dance and more.