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Abstract This collection contains photos, play, interview, t-shirt, and other materials from Bold, Beautiful, Black @ Barnard club and exhibit.
Dates: 2018 - 2019
Abstract This collection consists of records from the Barnard College Dance Department. Materials documenting the Dance Department include minutes of faculty meetings, budgets and annual reports, course outlines, plans, policies, performance programs, and moving images of performances. Materials related to the founding, development, and performances of Dance Uptown include - but are not limited to - programs, flyers, posters, creative statements, budget materials, grant materials, correspondence, and...
Dates: 1945 - 2014
Overview This collection consists of personal and biographical archival materials -- photographs and articles -- relating to the life and work of Gloria Fokine. A ballet instructor and teacher in New York City with her partner Leon Fokine, Gloria was born in Havana, Cuba and would travel extensively in her career as a choreographer and dancer in Russia, France and the materials focus on life and work primarily in the 1950s-70s.
Dates: 1912 through Circa 1970s
Abstract This collection consists of scripts; song lyrics; sketches for posters, programs, costumes, and set design; lists of plays presented; programs; news clippings; press releases; and correspondence relating to plays and workshops presented in the Brinckerhoff Theatre and the Minor Latham Playhouse.
Dates: 1897 - 2005
Abstract This collection consists of film and video recordings related to Barnard College, including events and performances, clips of television shows featuring Barnard or people affiliated with Barnard, documentaries related to Barnard, and course-related recordings.
Abstract Ntozake Shange (1948-2018) was an American playwright and poet. The contents of the Ntozake Shange Papers include literary manuscripts; diaries and agendas; correspondence; teaching documents; personal and professional photographs; flyers, clippings, and posters; selections from her library; personal objects including collectables and artwork; and born-digital photographs, audio recordings, and manuscripts.
Abstract This collection consists of materials from Orchesis, a student-run dance group at Columbia University.
- Subject: Dance X