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On March 25 through March 28, Harbourfront Centre’s World Stage will present the Canadian premiere of Disabled Theater, a collaborative piece developed by French choreographer Jérôme Bel and the artists of Zürich’s Theater HORA. Theater HORA promotes and presents the work of people with intellectual disabilities, and as a part of this presentation the company will lead a five-day workshop for local …
Are you a local artist looking to develop your skills with some of the world’s most innovative and groundbreaking performance leaders? You’ll definitely want to check out the series of labworks World Stage is offering in partnership with Series 8:08.
“If you’re having hair problems I feel bad for you hun’, I got 99 problems but my hair ain’t one…”
…because of Shakara Natural’s natural hair products for men and women! Make sure to come down to Harbourfront Centre during the Island Soul festival to learn more about how you can deal with hair loss!
Celebrating its 20th year, The Little Pear Garden Collective will be hosting, in association with World Stage, a symposium and workshop series on the aesthetics of Chinese performing arts March 23, 24.
Author Brian Francis, alongside Doubleday Canada senior editor, Nita Pronovost, will present Editing 101 on Saturday, February 23. It’s an intensive one-day workshop that focuses on the fundamentals of self editing your fiction writing, including tips on dialogue and structure, improving a reader’s response to your work and how to take your manuscript to the next level.
Series 8:08’s Alternative Technique Class (ATC) programme was founded in 1998 by past co-artistic director Jessica Runge. The programme offers innovative professional development workshops to dance artists, taught by established dancers. The workshops provide opportunities to explore alternative techniques and practices, as well as the creative visions and processes of diverse dance artists.
It was an intense ( yet fun) auditioning process, but LEGOLAND Discovery Centre named Graeme Dymond as the Brick Factor winner ! Graeme will become the attraction’s LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Master Model Builder.
Duncan Newman is a Toronto-based artist. This January, he’ll be teaching intro- and intermediate-level drawing courses as part of Courses & Workshops. We recently spoke with Duncan to chat about his art, thoughts on teaching and advice for first-time artists.