Strike a Pose

I spent last Friday afternoon wandering through High Park with my good friend Miss Aria Evans. Along with sharing quite a lovely picnic we also stopped to take a few pictures to add to our head shot collections. Below are a few of my favourites that she took of me.

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Broccoli and Hummus Belong Together

b233ebdaaae58c61d98b9115e5835f5aThis recipe is so simple that I don’t even know if it counts as a true recipe but oh my is it ever good! I found it on eezyrecipes.com and am officially addicted.

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Have Something to Say About Dance and Health?

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I am a board member with Healthy Dance Canada – The Dance Health Alliance of Canada and we are currently gearing up for our 6th annual conference on October 6, 2013 in Toronto! Presently we are accepting proposals from dance professionals, educators and health practitioners interested in dance who wish to present as part of the conference.

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So Many Dancers, So Little Time

885595_10151528484421885_1665154935_oIn Toronto and not sure what to do this Sunday? Come listen to 60 original compositions and watch dances by 60 local choreographers all in one hour!

60×60 Dance Toronto features one minute compositions by Canadian composers. 60 Toronto based choreographers were invited to created dances to these pieces of music and they will all be performed one right after the other this Sunday at the Al Green Theatre. All genres of music and styles of dance will be represented, so it is sure to be an eclectic and thrilling one hour extravaganza!

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Straight to Video

VideoStore_webAnyone in Dawson City, Yukon? I’m not, but my work is!

My short dance video Steps Apart is a part of Under New Management’s Video Rental Store Project which will be going up at ODD Gallery at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) from March 7 to April 12.

“Customers” are asked to pay what they wish, which can be interpreted as cash, a non-monetary exchange, critique, or no remuneration.  Any payment received from rental is returned to the artist once the exhibit is complete, therefor creating a direct link between the audience and the artist.

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