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Mary Wohl Haan Papers

 Collection
Identifier: D068

Mary Wohl Haan, modern dancer and choreographer, is artistic director of Boulder’s HAAN Dances. Before moving to Colorado, Mary spent nine years teaching at Chicago’s Columbia College Dance Center and performing as principal dancer and assistant artistic director of Mordine & Company Dance Theatre, performing throughout the Midwest, in New York City, and at the World Expo in Brisbane, Australia. The collection consists of various papers, photographs, clippings, copies of articles, pamphlets, programs, cards, flyers, and programs relating to her career and performances.

Dates

  • 1980-2014

Creator

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright restrictions may apply.

Extent

2.25 Linear Feet (2 containers)

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of various papers, photographs, clippings, copies of articles, pamphlets, programs, cards, flyers, and programs relating to her career and performances.

Biographical / Historical

Mary Wohl Haan, modern dancer and choreographer, is artistic director of Boulder’s HAAN Dances. Since moving to Boulder in 1990, her creative work and productions have garnered both local and regional recognition including numerous Boulder Arts Commission grants. She has performed and choreographed in Chicago, Illinois, Salt Lake City Utah, and Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder, Colorado. Before moving to Colorado, Mary spent nine years teaching at Chicago’s Columbia College Dance Center and performing as principal dancer and assistant artistic director of Mordine & Company Dance Theatre, performing throughout the Midwest, in New York City, and at the World Expo in Brisbane, Australia. She is the recipient of several dance and artistic grants and awards. Mary also has an MFA degree in choreography from the University of Utah, and has taught in colleges and universities in Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Connecticut, Utah, and Colorado. Mary currently resides in Colorado and has been an active member of the Colorado dance community serving on a variety of arts service organizations including the board of the Arts & Humanities Assembly of Boulder (now Boulder County Arts Alliance). (Biographical information taken from haandances.com)

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in (1) series: Personal Papers.

Processing Information

Collection was previously M346. It was converted to a dance collection since the subject and contents of the collection all related to dance in Colorado.

Source

Creator

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

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