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Tag Archives: Caribana
Fifty years of celebrating Caribbean culture, playing mas, and dancing to the beat of the steel pan are preserved in archival records across Ontario. Over the years, the cultural event has grown from a community’s centenary gift to Canada to North … Continue reading
The festival formerly known as Caribana has been hosting events since June 14th but will culminate in the annual parade this holiday weekend. Now known as the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto (SCCT), here are some photographs of the earliest carnival … Continue reading
In recognition of International Dance Day, here are a selection of our archival holdings from choreographers, dance companies, dance critics, dancers and organizations that have significant content related to dance.
F0172 Canadian Association for Professional Dance Organizations (CAPDO) fonds
F0199 Canadian Dance … Continue reading
The Archives will be installing it’s annual Black History Month exhibit on the second floor of the Scott Library for the month of February 2010.
01 February – 28 February 2010
Scott Library, 2nd floor atrium
This year we will be highlighting materials … Continue reading