Host Nicole Inica Hamilton interviews Bageshree Vaze about her work as Artistic Director of Pratibha Arts, critical discussions on truth and reconciliation, and more.
Turn Out Radio opens up the dance scene on CIUT 89.5 FM.
Vaze’s research will go towards creating a choreography exploring the history of South Asian dance in St. John’s, N.L.. Article by Candice Pike
"“I think when it comes to dance, writing about it, putting it in a book, is not going to make it visible … the way that it’s going to become visible is for it to be part of the spectrum of mainstream dance programming.” - Bageshree Vaze
"Dancer Bageshree Vaze on reconciliation, diversity in the arts and summer camp games." Interview with Ted Blades on CBC Radio One.
Featured Article, Artist Perspective about Canadian identity, history, and reconciliation. Written by Bageshree Vaze.
After a tragic murder took her mentor, dancer Bageshree Vaze is channelling her spirit onstage. Written by Aparita Bhandari.
" It’s natural to associate the words “traditional” or “classical” with something that evolves at a snail’s pace, but talking last week with Kathak dancer and choreographer Bageshree Vaze, who’s bringing a performance called Paratopia to the Harbourfront Centre Theatre this week provided some schooling on the topic. "