University of Denver. The Dance Archive
Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Interview over Zoom with Ann Sanders conducted by Sandra Minton.
This series contains mp4s and release forms for the 2020 Legends of Dance honorees: Judy Bejarano, Nancy Cranbourne, Jan Justis, Chandra Kuykendall, Maria Vazquez, and John "Mr. Tap" Williams.
Bob Osgood was a square-dance caller from southern California and editor of Sets in Order. This collection contains films, documents, photographs, correspondence, fliers, dances, brochures, itineraries, badges, receipts, information related to Contra dancing, callers, lists, classes, artwork, and awards related to Bob Osgood from 1940 through 2002.
This box contains oral histories and files for the 2019 Legends of Dance: David Andrews, Barbara Ellis, Karen Genoff-Campbell, Gregory Gonzales, and Kim Robards.
This box contains oral histories and files for the 2020 Legends of Dance: Judy Bejarano, Nancy Cranbourne, Jan Justis, Chandra Kuykendall, Maria Vazquez, and John "Mr. Tap" Williams.
This box contains oral histories and files for the 2021 Legends of Dance: Chung-Fu Chang, Peter Davison, Dawn Fay, Duke Hartman, Donna Mejia, and Ann Sanders.
This box contains oral histories and files for the 2022 Legends of Dance: Denver Turnverein, Judi Hofmeister, Janet Johnson, Louise Leise, Stan Obert, and Larry Southall.
This box contains materials related to the annual program 'Living Legends of Dance' including invitations, photos, planning materials, nomination forms, and event materials.
This box contains materials from the Strategic Planning Committee (2020-2021) and Marketing Committee. The Marketing Committee was formed in 2017. Materials include: Minutes, Board Retreat documents (2017), Marketing Plan (2017), Market Research Report (2018), Stakeholder Interviews (2018), and Logo Rebrand Proposals. The Strategic Planning Committee documents include minutes from meetings and the Strategic Plan (2020-2023).
Interview with Chandra Kuykendall conducted by Christin Crampton-Day. Interviews for 2020 Legends of Dance were conducted over Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.