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Dancer thinks B.C. has little time for the arts

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Ballet Kelowna's swan song is close at hand as the dance company struggles financially.

Now, a Kelowna born dancer who works and performs in New York is speaking out on how British Columbia supports the arts.

Joshua Beamish thinks it is "ski or die" when it comes to the arts in this province. He even goes to the extend of saying he thinks B.C. in general has little time for the arts. 

Joshua just happened to be teaching dance in Nelson when we reached him Friday for his view on what is happening with Ballet Kelowna.






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