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Collaborating beyond politics

Collaborating beyond politics

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). The recent launch of dance journalist Adrienne Sichel’s book on contemporary dance Body Politics:

Our lives, our stories

Our lives, our stories

‘My heart is aware, my soul is accepting, my spirit is willing, my being is ready and God is in control, yet I find myself in a constant tug of

Developing a new generation of dancers

Developing a new generation of dancers

In a continuous effort to develop a new generation of dancers, dance teachers and choreographers as part of Vuyani Dance Theatre’s (VDT) founding objectives, nine young people have begun their

Londiwe Khoza, grappling with Gaga

Londiwe Khoza, grappling with Gaga

Rays of Tel Aviv sunshine stream in from the skylights, illuminating the studio where Batsheva’s The Young Ensemble, the junior troupe of Israel’s renowned Batsheva Dance Company, rehearses daily. Londiwe

Dance Umbrella: 30 Years On

Dance Umbrella: 30 Years On

Dance Umbrella 2018 will take place from 6 to 18 March 2018 at various venues across Johannesburg, celebrating 30 years of new contemporary choreography and dance.      One of

Steven Cohen: Living Art

Steven Cohen: Living Art

Arts critic and academic, Robyn Sassen, provides a compelling, in-depth look into the life and work of visual and performance artist Steven Cohen.      Unafraid. That’s how you understand

Adele Blank, a living dance legend

Adele Blank, a living dance legend

The 2017 Arts & Culture Trust Lifetime Achievement Award for Dance is presented to Adele Blank, the iconic South African choreographer and dance instructor who has trained, performed, choreographed and

Making an ImpACT

Making an ImpACT

One ImpACT winner will be announced at the ACT Awards on 17 November. The Award serves to acknowledge one young professional, under the age of 30, across all arts disciplines,

Marina Magalhaes Unpacks (UN)BRIDALED

Marina Magalhaes Unpacks (UN)BRIDALED

Brazilian-born dancer and award-winning choreographer, Marina Magalhaes, speaks about the thinking behind (UN)BRIDALED. ‘As far back as I can remember, I’ve have always loved dance. Dance became almost like a second home, a second

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