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April 2013: Starr Muranko introduces her new research project The Spine of Mother Earth, for National Dance Week. (Mac users click here.)
March 2013: Artist-in-Residence Martha Carter introduces her new work Speaking in Ligeti. (Mac users click here.)
February 2013: Margaret Grenier, Executive and Artistic Director of the Dancers of Damelahamid, talks about the work she is developing during her residency this season. (Mac users click here.)
January 2013: Su-Feh Lee and Benoit Lachambre talk about their new work Body-Scan: Sweet Gyre. (Mac users click here.)
December 2012: Executive Director Mirna Zagar reflects on 2012 and asks for your support in the coming year. (Mac users click here.)
November 2012: Shay Kuebler talks about his new work KAROSHI (death by overwork) - Mac users click here.
October 2012: flamenco dancer/choreographer Rosario Ancer talks about her DanceLab research work with theatre director Katrina Dunn. (Mac users click here.)
September 2012: Claire French and James Maxwell of Restless Productions talk about their piece The Moment of Forgetting. (Mac users click here.)
August 2012: Executive Director Mirna Zagar introduces The Dance Centre's 2012-13 season.
June 2012: Tannis Hugill talks about her DanceLab research.
May 2012: Artist-in-Residence Barbara Bourget introduces her new solo A Simple Way.
April 2012: Choreographer Simone Orlando talks about National Dance Week, International Dance Day, and what dance means to her.
March 2012: Julia Carr and Meghan Goodman of the Body Narratives Collective talk about their work during the DanceLab interdisciplinary research project.
February 2012: choreographer Joe Laughlin talks about Lola MacLaughlin, the LOLA Projects and the first Lola Award.
January 2012: choreographer and Artist-in-Residence Shannon Moreno introduces her new work, Something(s) Relative.
November 2011: featuring Dance In Vancouver guest curator Michael Trent, from Toronto's Dancemakers.
October 2011: Choreographer Martha Carter talks about the 10x10x10 Project, a collaboration between choreographers and composers.