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Friday, March 25, 2011

Megan Andrews concludes 13 years at The Dance Current

Megan Andrews and daughter / Photo by Ken Cunningham

>> by Brittany Duggan
Megan Andrews, publisher/founding editor of The Dance Current magazine, has recently announced her decision to resign from her current role as Publisher/Founding Editor of the dance media organization stating, “I fully expect to remain involved in the dance community and perhaps even contribute to the magazine in a different capacity in the future. I certainly plan to continue writing. I’m so appreciative of the community’s investment, both personally and professionally, over the years. I truly hope the magazine will continue to benefit from this support and serve Canada’s dance community in the best possible way.” Andrews’ decision comes a year after the birth of her first child and with a desire to pursue other professional activities. She assures the dance community, in the magazine’s March issue, that this coming transition to new leadership will be gradual and with the support of the board of directors, the remaining staff and of Andrews herself, both until her official departure date this summer and potentially thereafter in the form of consultation.

The Dance Current started as a black and white publication in the form of a newsletter for the Toronto dance community in 1998; it has since grown to cover the national scene, making it a unique Canadian publication.

The organization has begun the hiring process for a new publisher and editor, check www.thedancecurrent.com for more information.
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  1. Thanks Megan for all the great work for all these years! The dance current is an important part of the Canadian Dance milieu. Good luck in your future endeavours!

  2. Hooray, Megan! Your contribution to the Canadian dance milieu is incalculable. Giving dance a place to be expressed, discussed, contemplated, and dancers a place to express, discuss, contemplate, and to be recognized for their ongoing efforts... Thank you.