Dirty Feet

No More Radio presents Dirty Feet; a podcast on the topic of dance and movement-based performing arts. Unique, informed and accessible dialogue surrounding artistic creation, the dance industry and the role of movement in people’s lives.

No More Radio vous présente Dirty Feet; un podcast (émission parlée en baladodiffusion) qui traite de danse et tout art du mouvement. Le podcast engendre des dialogues qui englobent les différents thèmes de la créativité artistique, du rôle du mouvement dans la vie des gens, de l’interaction entre ce secteur des arts et la population, etc.

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#179 • The Working Arts

February 2, 2017

This episode features a complete episode of The Working Arts podcast by Erica Martin. The tables are turned, and Dirty Feet host, Allison Burns is interviewed.

In this new podcast, Erica invites artists of all kinds to join her for cocktails and conversation. Meet actors, musicians, directors, playwrights, visual artists (and more!) who are working in their field today. What struggles do they face? What keeps them passionate?

#178 • The Ghomeshi Effect

December 14, 2016

The Ghomeshi Effect is a verbatim dance-theatre piece that tackles sexual violence in Canada. Creator and Director, Jessica Ruano, and Choreographer, Amelia Griffin, tell us about their work in theatre and dance, respectively, and their experience collaborating on this project. We talk about marketing theatre, working with delicate subject matter, and the upcoming world premiere of the show.

#177 • Hannah Beach & Dandelion Dance • EN

December 2, 2016

Hannah Beach is an educator, artist, author and speaker with a background in social work. She is the founding director of Dandelion Dance, a company which creates empowering dance experiences for girls. She believes that “art is an important tool for social change because it helps people feel and not just think.” We speak about her journey, the company and the future.

#176 • Karen Kaeja • EN

November 10, 2016

Karen Kaeja is an awarding-winning, Toronto-based artist. She is a dancer, choreographer, project instigator and co-artistic director of Kaeja d’Dance alongside her partner, Allen Kaeja. She is presenting her choreographic work, Crave, at the Ottawa Dance Directive this November. We speak about her career, community engagement, duets and working with her husband.