Upcoming workshops


CADA-ON is thrilled to announce our next community workshop, hosted in collaboration with our friends at the Canadian Dance Assembly and the Toronto Dance Community Love-In.


Equity, Privilege & Representation in Dance: A Two Session Series 
Facilitated by Raven Davis, Ella Cooper, and Leelee Davis


This series picks up on the momentum generated in our workshop Anti-Oppression & Anti-Racism Practices for the Dance Community, which took place last November, and aims to support, and contribute to, the vital anti-oppression, anti-racism, and decolonial work being done in our communities, and across the province.


In Session 1, on Tuesday, April 3Raven, Leelee, and Ella will guide the group through a creative hands-on process of unpacking Indigeneity, representation, privilege and anti-racism principles, specifically geared toward the dance sector. In Session 2, our guest facilitators will build on 

Session 1, while focusing on accountability and accessible strategies for positive change that attendees can apply in their communities, organizations, and studios. 


The workshop will be free and open to the public. Food will be served. Both sessions will take place at Dancemakers Centre for Creation in the Michael J. Baker Studio (15 Case Goods Lane, Studio 314). The space is accessible via an elevator. While proximate washrooms have limited accessibility, fully accessible washrooms are located nearby. The venue is situated near a bus/streetcar stop at Cherry Street and Mill Street, and a bus stop at King Street and Parliament Street..


We encourage you to register in advance. Click here to do so!

Looking forward to seeing you there and sharing in this learning!


See notes from Session 1 here!




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PAST WORKSHOPS


Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism: Practices for the Dance Community

November 28, 2017, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm Wellesley Community Centre, Room A

Facilitator: Ella Cooper

ASL interpretation: Tala Jalili and Scout Huston

View and download notes form the Anti-Opression and Anti-Racism workshop here!





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