AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

2019

Short Listed Jury Prize: XTOD: Moments in Reel Time; Best film over 15 minutes – IMZ, Europe - Allen

Dance Ontario's Lifetime Achievement Award - Karen & Allen

Nomination - NOW Magazine's Reader's Choice Best Dance Company - Kaeja d'Dance

2018

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination for Outstanding Sound Design/Composition (Solo Dance Xchange) – Karen

2017

2016

2015

2013

2012

2011

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2002

2008

2000

1999

1997

1996

OTHER

2001 - present

Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Male Dancer (Crave) - Karen

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination for Outstanding Choreography (Crave) -  Karen

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination for Outstanding Female Dancer (Crave) - Karen  

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination for Outstanding Sound Design/Composition (Crave) – Karen

Muriel Sherrin Award Finalist - Karen

Partnership Appreciation Award - TDSB – Kd’D

 

Kathryn Ash Choreography Award - Allen

Arts and Culture Award King E Neighborhood Association, Kitchener - Porch View Dances - Kd’D

Nomination - Ontario Arts Foundation Artist Educator Award - Allen

Nomination – Now Magazine’s Best Toronto Dance Company – Kd’D

Partnership Appreciation Award - TDSB – Kd’D

NFLD’s ACE award for MUN/Dance NL residency activity - Karen

 

Finalist TD Diversity Award 2013 – Kd’D

Partnership Appreciation Award - TDSB – Kd’D

Canadian Dance Alliance (CDA) COMMUNITY Award for Porch View Dances – Kd’D

BEST SITE-SPECIFIC DANCE 2012 Globe and Mail – Karen and Allen

Finalist CDA INNOVATION Award – Kd’D

Gemini Award - Best Picture - Nureyev - Principle Performer - Allen

Nomination - Now Magazine’s Best Choreographer’s - Toronto - Karen and Allen

Partnership Appreciation Award - TDSB - KdD

 

Top Ten: Now Magazine’s choice for Luminato: Allen and Mika Kaeja

Nominated Jury Prize, Dance on Screen Award, New York – Allen

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination Outstanding Performance  - Karen

 

Shortlisted Best Short Film, IDN Barcelona - Allen

Chosen for the VANOC 2008 Cultural Olympiad – Kd’D

 

NOW magazine Top 10 dance artists – Karen and Allen

 

Shortlisted Special Jury Prize, Banff World Television Awards (Top 6 of 1,000 films) - Allen

Nominated for the Banff World Television Award - Best Performance Program - Allen

Nominated Playback Magazine - Best Canadian Film – Allen

 

Gemini Nomination - Freedom BRAVO! series on Canadian dance – Kd’D

Paul D. Fleck Award, Fellowship for Innovation, Banff Centre for the Arts - Karen

 

Nominated Gemini Award - Best Direction of Performing Arts Program or Series - Allen

Nominated for Outstanding Choreography: American Choreography Awards - Allen

 

Paul D. Fleck Award, Outstanding Choreography, Banff Centre for the Arts - Allen

Certificate of Distinction, American Dance Festival, Resistance film - Allen

 

UNESCO citation for the year of Culture and Peace – Kd’D

Chalmers Award - Karen and Allen

 

Special Jury Award: Rework for the Camera IMZ, Zummel - Allen

Moving Pictures Award for Best Performance, Zummel – Allen and Karen                               

 

Clifford E. Lee Award, Banff Centre for the Arts - Allen

Special Jury Mention: Camera Rework, Witnessed, Dance Screen’99, Austria[IMZ] - Allen       

 

K. M. Hunter Choreography Award - Allen

 

Bonnie Bird Choreography Award London, England - Allen

 

Canadian Who’s Who Encyclopedia – Allen and Karen

The Canadian Encyclopedia – Karen and Allen

Encyclopedia of Theatre Dance in Canada – Karen and Allen

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TRADITIONAL LAND

Kaeja d’Dance would like to acknowledge that we are situated upon traditional territories. Our artists, collaborators, staff and team are grateful to be creating art on this land that has been nurtured by recorded and unrecorded human activity for by thousands of years. We honour and respect the traditional lands and waterways of the Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and the Métis Nation. We are in the 'Dish with One Spoon' territory - a treaty between these nations reflecting a commitment to share the territory and protect the land. We also recognize the enduring presence of diverse Indigenous peoples on this land.