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Overview Charles Weidman clowns around with a group of students under a striped tent at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Maxine Munt is visible in the middle foreground. Bennington School of the Dance at Bennington College was the first center for the study of modern dance in the United States of America.
Overview Modern dancer, educator, and choreographer Charles Weidman (left) and Maxine Munt (right), a student of Weidman, stand outside at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Weidman taught modern dance at Bennington School of the Dance at Bennington College, the first center for the study of modern dance in the United States of America.
Overview Scrapbook created by Maxine Munt, a dancer and dance educator who studied at the Bennington School of the Dance at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Teachers at Bennington included Charles Weidman, Hanya Holm, Doris Humphrey, and Martha Graham. Munt went on to teach modern dance at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Adelphi College (later Adelphi University) in Long Island, New York, Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, and at Colorado College in...
Overview Dance educator Maxine Munt and an unidentified woman pose outdoors at Ashley Hall, an all-girls' preparatory school, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Overview Dance educator Maxine Munt poses outdoors at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Dates: between 1939-1940