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American Ballet Theatre: Learn
Includes a Ballet Dictionary and a Repertory Archive
Dance Heritage Coalition
National alliance of institutions holding significant collections of materials documenting the history of dance
Dance in Photographs and Prints
Digitized images from the New York Public Library's collection
Archives and web exclusives
The Early Moderns
A historical journey through the early years of modern dancing in the United States
Library of Congress Digital Collections: Dance
Collections of images focusing on dancers and choreographers like Martha Graham, Katherine Dunham, and Bronislava Nijinska, as well as An American Ballroom Companion: Dance Instruction Manuals ca. 1490 – 1920, a collection of over two hundred social dance manuals
New York Times: Dance
Useful news, archival information, photos, graphics, audio, and video on dance topics published in The New York Times
PBS Arts: Dance
PBS Arts programs featuring dance
Pilobolus: A performance merging dance and biology
Two Pilobolus dancers perform "Symbiosis." Does it trace the birth of a relationship? Or the co-evolution of symbiotic species? Music: "God Music," George Crumb; "Fratres," Arvo Part; "Morango…Almost a Tango," Thomas Oboe Lee (13:45).
For more information about this subject or this speaker, visit this talk at ted.org.
Library photo courtesy of Barry Halkin Photography