I fly out tomorrow morning for the Known World Dance Symposium in Ealdormere (near Toronto). This is my first trip to Canada too. It's going to be a busy few days, and I know I will come back with feet so sore I can barely walk...but in a good way.
I will be presenting my research on using period woodcuts to reconstruct peasant dances. For this first run, I'm using Die Zwelf Monet by Sebald Beham dated 1546 and the Peasant Holiday done by Barthel Beham sometime prior to 1535. After the… Continue