Minton, Sandra Cerny, 1943-
Dance faculty, UNC, 1972-1998; interviewer for the Legends of Dance project; proprietor of SCM Dance Productions, http://www.scmdance.com. M.A. and Ph.D.degrees are in dance from U.C.L.A. and Texas Woman's University respectively. Sandra is listed in Who's Who Among American Teachers, 4th ed., and was twice selected as College Scholar at the University of Northern Colorado. She has received grants for choreography, research and for teaching workshops from the Colorado Goals 2000 Project, the JFM Foundation, Denver, and the UNC Research and Publications Board. Ms. Minton was selected as the NDA Scholar/Artist for 1999,1999, and as a Fulbright Scholar in 2001. Her Human Kinetics books include Choreography: A Basic Approach Using Improvisation, third edition, Dance Mind & Body and Preventing Dance Injuries (co-editor). Another book, Using Movement to Teach Academics: The Mind & Body As One Entity was published by Rowman & Littlefield Education in March, 2008.
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains programs, clippings, documentation, and newsletters from Colorado Dance Education Organization (CoDEO), Colorado Contemporary Dance, Human Kinetics, National Dance Association (NDA), and National Dance Education Association (NDEA).
This box contains photos of Sandra Minton throughout her life as well as her time at UNC, University of Missouri-KC, and DPS/Littleton Public Schools. Photos also include her time with dance organizations.
This box includes choreographic notebooks, clippings, correspondence, programs, flyers, illustrations, curriculum writing documentation, and presentations from Sandra's work with the University of Missouri-Kansas City and UNC.
This box contains publications written by Sandra Minton including titles: "Dance, Body, and Mind," "The International Baccalaureate Dance Program: Learning Skills for Life in the 21st Century," and "Using Movement to Teach Academics."
This box contains (3) headdresses or masks worn for UNC performances. The feathered headdress and black/white mask were worn for "Legends of the Maya." The ribbon headdress was worn for "Face of the Goddess." Both pieces were choreographed by Sandra Minton. The headdresses and masks were created by Ruth Savig, a Visual Arts professor at UNC.
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- Collection 1
- Dance 11
- Colorado 6
- Nonprofit organizations 6
- Publications 3
- Teaching 3
- Dance teachers 2
- Education 2
- High schools 2
- Photographs 2
- Physical education and training 2
- Theaters -- Stage-setting and scenery 2
- Art 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Costume 1
- Dance -- Study and teaching 1
- Dance production and direction 1
- Development and education 1
- Drama 1
- Masks 1
- Sets (Theatrical) 1 ∧ less