Dance

Contemporary communication

Dance has the power to communicate with the contemporary world.Continue...

Shimmying to the beat of beauty

I was surprised to feel so confident while being so uncoordinated.Continue...

Behind the DJ booth

Boris Boitsov says anyone can be taught to DJ, but I'm not so sure.Continue...

Vogue struts again

In its 20th year, VCFS showcased an overwhelming amount of talent, from chic designers to striking models, memorable musicians and dancers. The yearlong project was the perfect combination of entertaining and sexy.Continue...

A step into African culture

By no means would I ever label myself a dancer. As a child, even with the effort and support of my parents — and the trial and error of every form of dance under the sun — it just never worked out.Continue...

Spirit of India comes to Kingston

With stunning moves and jaw-dropping feats, Bollywood Masala Orchestra and Dancers of India brought the rich dancing culture of India to downtown Kingston.Continue...

Embracing the emotions behind dance

Student artist Meaghan Gallant has spent her life immersed in dance, but says it was at Queen’s that she connected most with the personal side of the art form.Continue...

Global cultures collide in Kingston

A vibrant and raucous celebration of Kingston’s culturally diverse communities took over Confederation Park last Sunday, with art, dance and food from around the world.Continue...

Stepping into Kingston

Along with an appetite for hip hop and step dancing, Step Crew sparks students’ passion to teach.Continue...

The competitive dance world: An interview with QCDT

The competitive dance world is hardly accessible to the average student, but our own Queen’s Competitive Dance Team (QCDT) is nothing like the Hollywood movies with over-the-top girl drama and...Continue...

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