Canada’s National Ballet exhibits the most creative tutus you’ll ever see

Written by Belle Beth Cooper on July 13, 2012

The National Ballet of Canada and The Volunteer Committee are celebrating 60 years of partnership by engaging friends, audience members and professional designers from across the country in creating a collection of 60 original tutus.

The interactive and international art and community-outreach project will include costumes from great moments in the company’s history and original pieces.

Here are some of our favorites from the collection so far:

See more on the National Ballet’s website and Tumblr.

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About the Author

Belle Beth Cooper

Belle has spent the past four years as a freelance writer and social media consultant. She has written for The Next Web, Desktop Magazine and Social Media Examiner. Belle now spends her days wielding a pencil as Attendly's Head of Content.

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