Colorado Dance Alliance Records
The Colorado Dance Alliance was a statewide organiation beginning in 1980 whose mission was to foster and suport dance in Colorado. This collection contains Colorado Dance Alliance newsletters shirts, and administrative materials from 1987 to 2011.
- Colorado Dance Alliance (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The Colorado Dance Alliance was a statewide organiation beginning in 1980 whose mission was to foster and suport dance in Colorado. The organization was a forum to discuss current events of the Colorado dance community through distribution of a newsletter. This grew into annual dance educator workshops, access to master classes and the development of open stage events. In November of 2013 the board made the decision to refocus CDA and make the transition to the Colorado Dance Education Organization, (CoDEO), a state affiliate of the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO). It was the board's desire to maintain the foundation that CDA had previously built and serve the dance community through the lens of education.
The organization was dedicated to increasing the awareness of dance as a performance art and as an area of education; serving an aesthetically diverse dance artists representing a broad range of styles and forms by providing dance artists with tools which will enable them to design and further their careers in the field; providing information regarding dance to the membership as well as non-members.
3.25 Linear Feet (3 containers)
Scope and Contents
This collection contains the newsletters, shirts, and administrative records of the Colorado Dance Alliance.
This collection is arranged in two series: Newsletters and Administrative Materials.
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