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Colour Theory

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In this new art series from NITV we look at new and developing communities and collectives that are producing contemporary work that reflects the up and coming artistic development within the creative indigenous community, that up until now has had little exposure to a wider society. Presenting the work of various artists from each state and territory, "Colour Theory" demonstrates the incredible range of indigenous artistic expression and practice. Featuring works in a variety of media, including painting on bark and canvas, sculpture, textiles, weaving, new media, photo media, printmaking installation, dance and music. Shot on location in the many beautiful and varied places around Australia, Each half hour episode will explore the Artist's affiliation with their Gallery or Art Cent [...]
DVD
2012; 2013
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Der Konsul [electronic resource]

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Full performance of 20th century composer Gian Carlo Menotti's musical drama The Consul, recorded for television by the Historical Studio in 1963. The cast features players like Eberhard Waechter and Melitta Muszely in the leading roles, and is accompanied by the Orchestra of the Wiener Volksoper.
Online
2010
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Dance on: Anna Sokolow [electronic resource]

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Anna Sokolow, choreographer and dancer, discusses her childhood years; Russian parents who were very poor Jews; themes that she uses, such as struggle and rebellion; the Depression; support from trade unions; 1960's protest; attitude towards work; travels and work in Mexico and Israel; dancers at the Juilliard School.
Online
2006; 1981
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Dance on: Eugene Luigi Louis [electronic resource]

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Interviews jazz dancer and teacher, Luigi about his life and his art.
Online
2005; 1982
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Dance on: Lucas Hoving [electronic resource]

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In this program, dancer, choreographer, and teacher Lucas Hoving talks about his career and connections with Yvonne Georgi, Kurt Jooss, Agnes de Mille, and José Limón.
Online
1986
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Dance on: Martha Myers [electronic resource]

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Dancer, choreographer, and educator Martha Myers recalls the pioneering days of dance in television, when she and Jac Venza created the series A time to dance, a precursor of Dance in America. She discusses her interest in the study of anatomy, kinesiology, and injury prevention for dancers, and notes the current growth of this field, citing as examples points made by Sally Fitt. Speaking from many year̤s of involvement in the American Dance Festival, she traces a little of its history and describes some of its current activities, among them international exchanges of performers, teachers, and choreographers; the black tradition project, which aims to preserve the works of black choreographers; and workshops in a variety of body therapy techniques.
DVDOnline
1990
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Dance on: Mary Anthony [electronic resource]

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Mary Anthony, dancer, choreographer, and teacher, talks about mounting her work Threnody (1956) during a residency at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. She discusses the play that inspired it, Synge's Riders to the sea; her chance discovery of its Britten score; and teaching the dancers how to handle the props required by the piece. Looking back upon her long career, she recalls her arrival in New York, her close association with choreographer Hanya Holm, the establishment of her own company and studio, and her contributions to the religious television programs Lamp unto my feet and Look up and live. She concludes by discussing the need for today's dancers to develop soul as well as technical facility.
Online
1996
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Dance on: William Como [electronic resource]

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Dance Magazine editor William Como outlines the development of Dance Magazine since 1954 and his involvement with it.
Online
1986
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Dance on: Alwin Nikolais [electronic resource]

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Alwin Nikolais speaks about beginning his career as a piano accompanist at a dance studio. Seeing Mary Wigman for the first time he realized that he wanted to be a dancer, not an accompanist. Billie Mahoney and Alwin Nikolais discuss his work with other dancers, his travels and his career as choreographer and teacher.
Online
1982