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African-American footprints leading to the future

Author: Pat Hall-SmithDavid RousseveCelia IpiotisJeffrey C BushRichard SheridanAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Arc Videodance, 1991, ©1992.
Series: Eye on dance, 318.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Choreographers David Rousseve and Pat Hall-Smith discuss how they draw upon their experience as African-Americans as a source for their art. They note some differences of approach that they have observed between African-American and white artists and audiences, and describe some themes they have chosen to explore in their work, such as the place of women in society, and positive and negative images of blacks. Both  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Interviews
Black films and programs
Named Person: Pat Hall-Smith; David Rousseve; Celia Ipiotis
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pat Hall-Smith; David Rousseve; Celia Ipiotis; Jeffrey C Bush; Richard Sheridan; ARC Videodance (Firm)
OCLC Number: 34402180
Notes: Title from container.
Credits: Program director/host, Celia Ipiotis ; television director, Richard Sheridan ; technical supervisor, Jeff Bush.
Performer(s): Guests: David Rousseve and Pat Hall-Smith.
Event notes: Recorded on March 18, 1991 ; telecast on WNYC/TV 31, New York, on February 7, 1992.
Description: 1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Series Title: Eye on dance, 318.
Responsibility: produced by Celia Ipiotis and Jeff Bush.

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Choreographers David Rousseve and Pat Hall-Smith discuss how they draw upon their experience as African-Americans as a source for their art. They note some differences of approach that they have observed between African-American and white artists and audiences, and describe some themes they have chosen to explore in their work, such as the place of women in society, and positive and negative images of blacks. Both are seen in performance excerpts, Hall-Smith in her solo Silent echoes and with the group Ladygourd Sangoma, and Rousseve and company in Telling you my dreams from a cloud sailin' by and Colored children flyin' by.

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