Kaha:wi Dance Theatre
WHO: Featuring established artists, arts administrators and funding officers
WHAT: Dance Career Information
Thursday August 23, 12:30-1:30pm
WHERE:  Canada's National Ballet School Atrium, 400 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON 
The Dancer Career Information Session is intended to provide information and guidance on
proactively developing you career path as a dancer. This informal session will give you general knowledge on the support networks available to you as a professional dancer, choreographer, teacher, and arts worker. Topics to be covered include: the types of grants available to dance artists; facts and pointers for grant writing; and career support information.

** RSVP by noon on Wednesday, August 22nd to: training@kahawidance.org **

KDT's "Artist Salon" Series are a series of public and informal discussions featuring guest artists and community members alike. Intimate dialogue is encouraged through the casual and open panel. Discussions provide insight into the creative process, thematic content of a KDT production, dance training, "Artist in Resident" and more. 

WHO: KDT's Aboriginal Dance Training faculty and instructors: Santee Smith, Louis Laberge-Côté, Arik Pipestem and Charles Koroneho
WHAT: An informal discussion featuring ADT faculty and guest teachers that offers insight into the creative process of specialized dance training and development.
WHEN: Wednesday August 22, 7:30 - 9:00pm
WHY: To offer pre/professional dancers and dance enthusiasts the opportunity to learn from and speak to accomplished ADT faculty and guest teachers