Dance artist, writer, educator and former CSARN mentor Carol Anderson talks about how the generations can teach each other.
123. Female –
Dance, performance and inter-
3. Female – Toronto
Dancer/Choreographer Renowned for creative and collaborative work, frequently multidisciplinary
104. Female –
Dancer/choreographer/artistic director with background in classical ballet as well as modern dance offering mentorship in providing a critical eye as well as technical advice.
105. Female – Toronto
– Dancer, choreographer, teacher, and artistic director. Huge background in interdisciplinary collaboration in the professional realm; and also as an advocate for the integration of the arts into everyday life and mainstream society.
122. Female –
Modern dance choreographer and respected dance writer willing to mentor in either of those fields. Prefers to work with female young or mid-
124. Female –
Widely experienced dancer and co-
140. Female –
152. Female –
Highly experienced Executive Director, Presenter and General Manager interested in mentoring artists who need guidance in any of the aforementioned areas.
4. Female –
Spanish Dancer/Choreographer/Teacher Interested in mentoring to schools, companies, institutions, residencies or workshops