Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Denise Szykula (born 1946) won praise over many decades for her work as a dancer, choreographer, teacher and innovator. Szykula founded Dance Nonce Ensemble in 1973 (later renamed Dance Nonce) and served as its artistic director and choreographer for over 45 years. As a respected teacher of modern dance and creative movement, Szykula has taught weekly classes as well as serving as guest teacher and choreographer for workshops and master classes in colleges and universities. Szykula has...
Abstract The Detroit Dance Collective (DDC, renamed DDCdances in 2019) is a premiere contemporary dance company in Michigan. It was founded in 1980 by dancers Barbara Selinger, Sue Ellen Darr, Paula Kramer and Anita Surma. This professional dance group is dedicated to “the creation and production of visually striking repertory that touches the senses.” The collection includes flyers and other promotional materials as well as programs from DDC performances throughout the years. There are published...
Abstract Harriet Berg (born 1924) was a choreographer, teacher, performer, and arts advocate in the Detroit area for many decades. Her papers reflect her interests in all aspects of dance and other performing and fine arts, including material on a wide variety of dance companies and individual dancers, local, national and international. Some of the papers reflect her personal life as well as that of her family members. Part 1 includes materials on many aspects of dance and other performing and fine...