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Special Collections in Performing Arts

Collected by: University of Maryland

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

This collection contains websites related to performing arts, created by organizations whose records are stewarded by Special Collections in Performing Arts (SCPA) at the University of Maryland Libraries. Located in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, SCPA collects, serves, and preserves performing arts materials that document performance practice, instruction, and scholarship.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Universities & Libraries

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Title: 21st Century Consort

URL: http://21stcenturyconsort.org/

Description: Archived website of the 21st Century Consort, founded in 1975 by Christopher Kendall and made up of professional musicians from the Washington area, including members of the National Symphony Orchestra. Since 1978 the ensemble has been the resident contemporary music group at the Smithsonian Institution's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, where they present an annual concert series, often coordinating programming to compliment the museum's exhibitions. The 21st Century Consort website includes information about its history, performances, members, season, recordings, press reviews, and tickets.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Twentieth Century Consort -- Web archives

Title: African Continuum Theatre Company

URL: http://african-continuum.org/

Description: Archived website of the African Continuum Theatre Company (ACTCo), founded in 1989 as the African Continuum Theatre Coalition with the mission to assist African American community theaters in Washington, D.C., to improve the quality and visibility of their work. The organization transitioned to a full theater company in 1995 and began producing professional-caliber plays with an African American perspective. ACTCo has produced dozens of fully staged productions as well as hosted numerous public staged readings of new works by playwrights of color. The ACTCo website includes information about its performances, educational programs, press coverage, membership, and history.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives African Continuum Theatre Company -- Web archives

Title: The American Handel Society

URL: http://americanhandelsociety.org/

Description: Archived website of The American Handel Society (AHS), founded in 1986 by Howard Serwer, Paul Traver, and J. Merrill Knapp. Its mission is to foster the study of the life, works, and times of George Frideric Handel, and to encourage and support the performance of his music. To this end, the Society sponsors a biennial conference featuring papers and panel discussions by international scholars and performers, presents the Howard Serwer Lecture, nominates two members to the Editorial Board of the Hallische Händel-Ausgabe, and offers the J. Merrill Knapp Research Fellowship for advanced graduate students and scholars in the early stages of their careers to support work in Handel studies or related fields. The Society publishes a newsletter three times a year. Major projects of the Society include compiling databases of all recorded Handel music and of all published bibliographic materials pertaining to Handel. The AHS website includes information about its membership, leadership, awards program, festivals, conferences, and newsletter.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American Handel Society -- Web archives

URL: http://atmla.blog.musiclibraryassoc.org/

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Title: 21st Century Consort

URL: http://www.21stcenturyconsort.org/index.php/

Description: Archived website of the 21st Century Consort, founded in 1975 by Christopher Kendall and made up of professional musicians from the Washington area, including members of the National Symphony Orchestra. Since 1978 the ensemble has been the resident contemporary music group at the Smithsonian Institution's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, where they present an annual concert series, often coordinating programming to compliment the museum's exhibitions. The 21st Century Consort website includes information about its history, performances, members, season, recordings, press reviews, and tickets.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Twentieth Century Consort -- Web archives

Title: American College Dance Festival Association (ACDFA)

URL: http://www.acdfa.org/

Description: Archived website of the American College Dance Festival Association (ACDFA). The ACDFA, known as the American College Dance Association (ACDA) since 2015, was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDFA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDFA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences. The ACDFA website includes information about its mission, history, regions, bylaws, policies, leadership, regional conferences, national festivals, membership, newsletters, and resources for dance in higher education.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American College Dance Festival Association -- Web archives Dance festivals -- Web archives

Title: American Bandmasters Association

URL: http://www.americanbandmasters.org/

Description: Archived website of the American Bandmasters Association (ABA). The ABA website includes information about its officers, history, governance, objectives, annual reports, annual convention, awards, publications, recordings, and research center. The site also hosts a members-only section.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American Bandmasters Association -- Web archives American Bandmasters Association American Bandmasters Association -- Archives Band directors -- United States Bands (Music) -- United States Conductors (Music) -- United States

Title: American Musical Instrument Society

URL: http://www.amis.org/

Description: Archived website of the American Musical Instrument Society (AMIS), an international organization founded in 1971 to promote better understanding of all aspects of the history, design, construction, restoration, and usage of musical instruments in all cultures and from all periods. The Society's international membership includes collectors, curators, historians, performers, instrument makers, conservators, restorers, dealers, teachers, and students. The AMIS website includes information about its organization, meetings, awards, membership, publications, announcements, and resources related to the following: appraisal services, collections of musical instruments, educational programs, instrument making, instrument sites, musical instrument dealers and makers, organizations, and patent numbers and dates.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American Musical Instrument Society -- Web archives

Title: American String Teachers Association (ASTA)

URL: http://www.astaweb.com/

Description: Archived website of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA), a membership organization for string and orchestra teachers and players, founded in 1946 and based in Fairfax, Virginia ("History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204193755/http://www.astaweb.com/Public/About/History/Public/About_ASTA/History.aspx?hkey=1d8d7b70-f77c-43bb-9097-c429b70109a2, archived December 4, 2014; "About," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204192411/http://www.astaweb.com/Public/About/Public/About.aspx?hkey=d831ad55-59fb-4a2b-b4ab-a556bb0fbdf6, archived December 4, 2014). ASTA's stated mission is "to enrich lives through the joy of teaching and playing stringed instruments" ("Our Mission," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204193712/http://www.astaweb.com/Public/About/Our_Mission/Public/About_ASTA/Our_Mission.aspx?hkey=af1d1724-d08e-452d-ad47-62b86f68f652, archived December 4, 2014). The ASTA website includes information about its mission, strategic plan, minutes, financial information, bylaws, history, membership, conferences, competitions, festivals, member resources, advocacy, instrument outreach, job postings, and publications. The ASTA website also hosts an online community section called Cafe Strings.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Music teachers -- Professional associations -- Web archives

Title: American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR)

URL: http://www.astr.org/

Description: Archived website of the American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and exchange of theatre and performance from all areas of the world, both historical and contemporary. ASTR was founded in 1956 and is based in St. Paul, Minnesota. Each fall, ASTR hosts a conference in conjunction with the Theatre Library Association and has affiliations with many other organizations. Twice a year, ASTR publishes a scholarly journal, Theatre Survey, which is dedicated to historical and theoretical studies of theatre and performance. The ASTR website includes information about its leadership, committees, appointments, bylaws, handbook, graduate student caucus, history, affiliations, meeting minutes, announcements, conference, theatre survey, awards, initiatives, groups, and member resources.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American Society for Theatre Research -- Web archives Theater--Research

Title: College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA)

URL: http://www.cbdna.org/

Description: Archived website of the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA). CBDNA first formed as a committee of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), and reorganized as the College Band Directors National Association in 1947. Its stated purpose is to support "the teaching, performance, study and cultivation of music, with particular focus on the wind band medium" ("Statement of Purpose," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20131202214317/http://www.cbdna.org/cgi-bin/about5.pl, archived December 2, 2013). The CBDNA website includes information about its officers, history, constitution, bylaws, statement of purpose, membership, commissions, committees, divisions, publications, CBDNA report, conferences, events, bulletin board, and member services. CBDNA maintains committees on athletic bands, music education, gender and ethnicity, small/community colleges, Music as a Social Force, conductor health, research, Wind Music in Our Culture, technology, and new works.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives College Band Directors National Association -- Web archives

Title: International Clarinet Association

URL: http://www.clarinet.org/

Description: Archived website of the International Clarinet Association (ICA). ICA was founded in 1973 to "support projects that will benefit clarinet performance; provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas, materials, and information among its members; foster the composition, publication, recording, and distribution of music for the clarinet; and encourages and promotes the performance and teaching of a wide variety of repertoire for the clarinet" (International Clarinet Association Research Center finding aid, https://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1758, accessed June 19, 2018; "History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204193415/https://www.clarinet.org/history.asp, archived December 4, 2014). The ICA website includes information about its mission, leadership, International Access Initiative, publications, national and regional festivals, competitions, and research.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives International Clarinet Association -- Web archives

Title: American Composers Alliance

URL: http://www.composers.com/

Description: Archived website of the American Composers Alliance (ACA). The ACA was founded in 1937 by Aaron Copland, Virgil Thompson, Marc Blitztein, Wallingford Riegger, and others with the purpose of promoting American contemporary classical music. The ACA founded the record label Composers Recordings, Inc. (CRI) in 1954 and the American Composers Orchestra in 1977. Both organizations became independent entities shortly after their inception. (In 2006, the CRI catalog became part of New World Records, and the ACA works recorded on the CRI label remain available in a variety of formats.) In 1944, ACA became affiliated with the newly-formed Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), and became an official publisher-affiliate in 1972. The ACA was incorporated in 2005 and became a nonprofit corporation in 2007, with more than 200 members as of 2014. The ACA website includes information about its background, membership, governance, affiliates, composer gallery, music catalog and search, archives and papers, concert season, publications, custodial plan, licensing and permissions, Laurel Leaf award, news, events, and Young Composers program.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American Composers Alliance -- Web archives

Title: Congress on Research in Dance (CORD)

URL: http://www.cordance.org/

Description: Archived website of the Congress on Research in Dance (CORD). First convened in 1964 and (as of 2018) based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, CORD is a nonprofit organization "that provides opportunities for dance professionals from a broad range of specialties to exchange ideas, resources, and methodologies through publication, international and regional conferneces, and workshops" ("Congress on Research in Dance, http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204190119/http://www.cordance.org/, archived December 4, 2014). Its stated mission is to promote "a globally inclusive respectful dialogue around embodied and discursive approaches to dance research" ("Congress on Research in Dance, http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20141204190119/http://www.cordance.org/, archived December 4, 2014). The CORD website includes information about its mission, board of directors, history, membership, news, working groups, conferences, awards, publications, forums, and dance organizations. The site also hosts members-only content, such as conference proceedings.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Congress on Research in Dance -- Web archives

Title: ACDA Southeast Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/2yqwll

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Title: ACDA North-Central Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/2yqwlp

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Title: ACDA New England Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/4yqwl0

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Title: ACDA Mid-Atlantic North Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/byqwl9

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Title: ACDA Mid-Atlantic South Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/hyqwll

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Title: ACDA South Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/hyqwlp

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Title: ACDA East-Central Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/nyqwlk

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Title: ACDA West Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/qyqwl9

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Title: ACDA Baja Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/vyqwl8

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Title: ACDA South-Central Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/yyqwl0

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Title: ACDA Northwest Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/yyqwl1

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Title: ACDA Northeast Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/zyqwl1

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Title: ACDA Central Conference 2020

URL: http://www.cvent.com/d/zyqwlk

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Title: Society for Ethnomusicology

URL: http://www.ethnomusicology.org/

Description: Archived website of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM). SEM was founded in 1955 by David McAllester, Alan Merriam, Willard Rhodes, and Charles Seeger to promote the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. One of the Society's main goals is promote the understanding and appreciation of all types of music to academics as well as members of the general public. Through its publications and its national and regional meetings, the Society provides a forum for discussion of current scholarly research and fosters the promotion and development of a variety of traditional art forms. Ethnomusicology, the Society's journal is a leading publication in its field. The Society meets annually in October or November and its ten regional chapters meet between January and May. Although it is based in the United States, SEM currently has more than 1,800 international members ranging from scholars and researchers to archivists, performers, and institutional members consisting primarily of libraries. The SEM website includes information about its history, governance, position statements, membership, Sound Future campaign, groups, publications, prizes, special projects, conferences, resources, news, and email lists. The SEM website also hosts members-only content and a blog.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Society for Ethnomusicology -- Web archives Ethnomusicology -- Web archives

Title: International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML)

URL: http://www.iaml.info/

Description: Archived website of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML). IAML was founded in Paris, France, in July of 1951. The organizations founding was part of the United Nations mission to promote world peace, and membership has grown from 20 countries in 1952 to 40 countries in 1991. The principle aim of IAML is to encourage and promote the activities of music libraries and archives, and to promote better understanding of the cultural importance of music libraries both nationally and internationally. The IAML website includes information about its principal aims, membership, history, archives, governance, branches, committees, subject commissions, working groups, annual conferences, joint projects, outreach fund, national reports, publications, and news.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres -- Web archives Music libraries -- Web archives

Title: International Society for Music Education (ISME)

URL: http://www.isme.org/

Description: Archived website of the International Society for Music Education (ISME). ISME was established by the International Music Council of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1953. The original goal for ISME was to encourage music education as an integral part of general education and community life throughout the world, and as a profession within the broad field of music. The first conference was held in Lindau, Germany and Zurich, Switzerland in 1955 to transact the business of the organization and to share findings based upon research and experience in music education. Subsequent conferences were held in 1958, 1961, 1963, and biennially since 1964. Ideas are shared through workshops, demonstrations, lectures, concerts, exhibitions and social events. ISME has been represented in over 80 countries throughout the world by National Sections/Organizations which assist in transacting financial business and in sponsoring music education activities. In 1976, ISME Regional Centers began to be established to assist with these functions. Centers exist in Buenos Aires (for Latin American countries), Tokyo (for Asian countries), and Bonn (for European countries). The ISME website includes information about its vision and mission, governance, partners, membership, news, advocacy, commissions, forum, conferences, sponsors, publications, media, history, board of directors, special interest groups, awards, and social media.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives International Society for Music Education -- Web archives International Society for Music Education -- Archives International Society for Music Education -- Web archives Music -- Instruction and Study -- Congresses Music -- Instruction and study -- Web archives

Title: International Tuba-Euphonium Association (ITEA)

URL: http://www.iteaonline.org/

Description: Archived website of the International Tuba-Euphonium Association (ITEA). Formerly the Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association (TUBA), founded in 1973, ITEA is a non-profit organization comprised of performers, educators, students and amateurs who promote the advancement of the tuba and euphonium. TUBA began holding the International Tuba Euphonium Conference (ITEC) in 1973. The ITEC includes workshops, lectures, and concerts by world famous tubists and emerging artists along with various tuba competitions. The Tuba-Euphonium Press was founded at the start of the association to make tuba and euphonium music more easily and affordably available to the public. The association also began publishing the TUBA Newsletter in 1974, followed by the TUBA Journal, now the ITEA Journal, in 1977. The ITEA website includes information about its membership, newsletters, conferences, journal, events, pedagogy resources, player interviews, audio, power lessons, programs, press, and awards program.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives International Tuba-Euphonium Association -- Web archives Euphonium and tuba music -- Web archives

Title: Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS)

URL: http://www.limsonline.org/

Description: Archived website of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS), a non-profit movement education organization based in New York and Brooklyn, New York, whose stated mission is "making people aware of the value of seeing movement more clearly, of perceiving that being alive is being in movement, of moving with greater consciousness and of understanding the connections between movement and its wealth of meanings" ("About LIMS® | Mission & Values," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20170717182534/http://www.limsonline.org/about-lims%C2%AE-mission-values, archived July 17, 2017). Formerly a certificate program (the Effort/Shape Training Program) of the Dance Notation Bureau, LIMS was established as a separate organization in 1978 ("About LIMS | Our History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20170717182554/http://www.limsonline.org/about-lims-our-history, archived July 17, 2017). The LIMS website includes information about its mission, values, history, research and scholarship funds, educational programs and workshops, research, consulting services, learning center, events, Journal of Laban Movement Studies, LIMS Movement News, certified movement analysts, books, merchandise, email list, and membership.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives

Title: Mid-West International Band & Orchestra Clinic

URL: http://www.midwestclinic.org

Description: Archived website of The Midwest Clinic, An International Band and Orchestra Conference (MWIBOC). Begun in December 1946, MWIBOC is a multi-day band and orchestra international music conference held annually in Chicago, IL. The conference not only includes performances of featured ensembles, but also focuses "on bringing music directors into contact with not only the best published music, but also with new and established teaching techniques, and the latest products and services for the music educator." The Midwest Clinic website includes information about its history, annual conference, and educational programs.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Mid-West International Band & Orchestra Clinic -- Web archives Bands (Music) -- United States -- History -- 21st century Mid-West International Band & Orchestra Clinic -- Archives

Title: Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA)

URL: http://www.mmea-maryland.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA). Founded in 1941 and incorporated in 1961, the MMEA is the professional association for the school music teachers of Maryland. Its mission is to give Marylands music teachers opportunities for professional development, encourage excellence in both teachers and students, and to be an advocate for music education within Maryland schools. MMEA sponsors a variety of activities that provides musical enrichment for both students and teachers of music. The organization sponsors eight annual All-State performance groups (Senior Band, Senior Mixed Chorus, Senior Women's Chorus, Senior Jazz Band, Senior Orchestra, Junior Band, Junior Chorus and Junior Orchestra) which are chosen from all over the state as well as solo and ensemble events. MMEA is a state-wide, non-profit educational organization dedicated to the advancement of music education in Maryland as well as the advancement the musical growth of Marylands teachers and students. It serves as the federated Maryland state unit of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC). It also serves as the music department of the Maryland State Teachers Association (MSTA) MMEA currently counts 1,100 Maryland music teachers from every part of the state as members. These teachers teach in every type of school at every grade level. Members have the option of joining one of the many sub organizations connected with the MMEA such as the Maryland Orchestra Directors Association (MODA), the Maryland Choral Directors Association (MCDA), or the Maryland Band Directors Association (MBDA). The MMEA website includes information about its membership, executive board, event calendar, music lists, advocacy, awards, conference, student events, research, publications, and components.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA) -- Web archives Music teachers -- Professional associations -- Web archives

Title: College Music Society

URL: http://www.music.org/

Description: Archived website of the College Music Society (CMS), which provides professional activities, career development and outreach opportunities for musicians and scholars both independent and at educational institutions. The CMS website includes information about its events, services, publications, symposium, and resources for music and higher education.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives College Music Society -- Web archives Music -- Education (Higher) -- Web archives

Title: National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors

URL: http://www.nacwpi.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors (NACWPI). NACWPI addresses the needs and concerns of instrumental instructors on college and university campuses and plays a key role in the education of today's young wind and percussion musicians. The NACWPI website includes information about its mission, news, publications, conference, competitions, membership, officers, and jobs board.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instrument Instructors (U.S.) -- Web archives Music -- Instruction and study -- Web archives Music -- Education (Higher) -- Web archives Wind instrument and percussion music -- Instruction and study -- Web archives

Title: National Association for Music Education (NAfME)

URL: http://www.nafme.org

Description: Archived website of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). As the premiere music education association in the United States, NAfME (previously the Music Educators National Conference (MENC)) is devoted to assessing and improving the state of music education in schools on all levels. The NAfME website includes information about its action issues, membership, programs, news, events, history, mission, position statements, leadership, financial information, societies and councils, and classroom resources.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives National Association for Music Education -- Web archives Music -- Instruction and study -- Web archives

Title: National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)

URL: http://www.nats.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), established in 1944 as an educational and collaborative resource for the profession. Through workshops, conferences, events, and publications such as the Journal of Singing, NATS supports the teaching of singing worldwide. The organization came into being in 1944 as an offshoot of the Music Teachers National Association. NATS organizes the NATS Artist Awards (NATSAA) competition, sponsors Student Auditions and workshops, publishes the Journal of Singing, and provides semiannual conferences for its membership. The NATS website includes information about its leadership, history, regions and chapters, Code of Ethics, bylaws, membership, competitions, programs, annual conference and other events, Journal of Singing, Student NATS, NATS Foundation, job postings, social media, and store.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives National Association of Teachers of Singing (U.S.) -- Web archives Singing -- Instruction and study -- Web archives

Title: Organization of American Kodály Educators

URL: http://www.oake.org

Description: Archived website of the Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE), an organization founded in 1975 and dedicated to the proliferation and teaching of the Kodàly method to children as well as adults within the U.S. It promotes lifelong music learning, music making, and musical education for all its members inspired by the pedagogical techniques of the Hungarian composer and educator Zoltàn Kodàly. The Kodàly Envoy, now published four times annually, has been the official publication for OAKE since its inception, providing OAKE members with current research, news, teaching strategies, and classroom resources applicable to the Kodàly method. OAKE sponsors a national conference each year, at which the National Children's Choir performs, and also sponsors a yearly summer choral camp, the Children's Choral Institute. OAKE is divided into four divisions, East, Midwest, South, and West that comprise a total of 36 chapters. These divisions and chapters sponsor workshops and activities on the local and regional levels. OAKE offers grants to the local chapters to aid in the development and execution of special projects for its members. The OAKE website includes information about its national standards, leadership, chapters and divisions, clinician and member directories, education programs, membership, national conference, publications, news, scholarships, grants, and resources for advocacy.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Organization of American Kodály Educators -- Web archives Music -- Instruction and study -- Web archives Music teachers -- Professional associations -- Web archives

Title: Society for Music Theory

URL: http://www.societymusictheory.org

Description: Archived website of the Society for Music Theory (SMT), which promotes music theory as both a scholarly and a pedagogical discipline, and has a membership of over 1200 music theorists worldwide. SMT was founded in 1977 out of the American Musicological Society by Richmond Browne, Allen Forte, and others who believed that Music Theory was not adequately respected as a subject and should be taught by theorists instead of musicologists, performers, or composers. The first SMT meeting was held in Evanston in 1977. The Society has held an Annual Meeting hosted by a different University every year at which members present analytical and pedagogical research. The SMT publishes a twice-annual journal, The Music Theory Spectrum, and a newsletter. The SMT website includes information about its membership, annual meeting, events, administration, grants, awards, societies, interest groups, and publications.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Society for Music Theory -- Web archives Music theory -- Web archives

Title: Studio Theatre

URL: http://www.studiotheatre.org/

Description: Archived website of Studio Theatre, which began in 1978 as a collaboration between Artistic Director Joy Zinoman and Designer Russell Metheny with support of arts advocate Virginia Crawford. Prior to the beginning of TST, Metheny and Zinoman had worked together on successful productions for Washingtons West End Theatre. The Studio Theatre strives to produce plays that focus on interaction between actor and audience and thus has used intimate performance spaces since its founding. In the late 1980s two more production divisions were introduced: The Studio 2ndStage and Special Events. As additions to The Studio Theatres subscription season, Special Events showcases works by performing artists without other performance opportunities in D.C. while The Studio 2ndStage produces plays which often push the boundaries of more conservative theater. In 1992, the Studio launched its Campaign to Secure the Future, an ambitious 3.5 million dollar undertaking to expand the physical space of the theatre and contribute to the revitalization of the 14th Street corridor. This successful project added two stages, numerous classrooms, and confirmed the ongoing expansion of the Studio Theatres impact. Further renovations were completed between 2002 and 2006 to update the building and improve accessibility and technological aspects of the building. Today, the Studio Theatre maintains an active relationship with the 14th street community and offers many free and affordable options for low income residents as well as partnerships with various community and youth organizations. The Studio Theatre website includes information about its season, tickets, location, educational programs, mission, history, production history, awards, and staff.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Studio Theatre (Washington, D.C.) -- Web archives Theaters -- Washington (D.C.) -- Web archives

Title: Viola da Gamba Society of America

URL: http://www.vdgsa.org/

Description: Archived website of the Viola da Gamba Society of America. Founded by George Glenn and incorporated in 1962, the Viola da Gamba Society of America (VdGSA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the support of activities relating to the viola da gamba in the United States and abroad. The society is comprised of players, builders, publishers, distributors, restorers and others sharing an interest in music for viols and various other early bowed string instruments. Annually, a week-long conclave is held during mid-summer at an educational institution in the U.S. with a faculty of internationally recognized performers and scholars. The VdGSA was formed by a small nucleus of enthusiastic viol players who frequently met to play consort music in rural Maryland. The concept of an annual Conclave was born at that time, with a small enough membership to be accommodated in private homes. As numbers of members increased, Conclaves eventually began taking place in educational institutions throughout the country. It is the policy of the VdGSA to convene the Conclave in different locations as an outreach to the dispersed membership. Organizational membership totals about 1100 individuals and institutions worldwide. Aside from the national organization, there are 13 official chapters and 35 area representatives in the United States, 4 area representatives from Canada, and another 5 around the world. The VdGSA website includes information about its membership, chapters, StoryChord project, grants, programs, annual Conclave, music catalog, teaching and events video, publications, research, events, and classified ads.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Viola da Gamba Society of America -- Web archives Viola da gamba -- Professional associations -- Web archives

Title: Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA)

URL: http://www.wapava.org/

Description: Archived website of the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (WAPAVA), established in 1991 by James J. Taylor with the goal of creating and preserving a videotape collection of stage performances in the Washington D.C. area. Taylor's recordings of area theatre and dance performances from 1993 formed the bases and the bulk of the WAPAVA, which was originally stored in the Washington, D.C. Public Library system. In December of 2004, the archive was donated to the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library. Since 1993, over 700 professional productions representing a cross-section of Washington-area theatres from large to small have been recorded. Performances are selected for consideration by an Advisory Board consisting of theatre professionals, critics, academics, and theatre lovers. Criteria for selection include historical and educational value, and special consideration is given to premieres, unique events, community interest, and contributions of particular value by performers, directors, and designers. The WAPAVA website includes a database of videos in the collection and lists of recent additions to and funding for the archive.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (Washington Metropolitan Area) -- Web archives

Title: Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS)

URL: https://labaninstitute.org/

Description: Archived website of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS), a non-profit movement education organization based in New York and Brooklyn, New York, whose stated mission is "making people aware of the value of seeing movement more clearly, of perceiving that being alive is being in movement, of moving with greater consciousness and of understanding the connections between movement and its wealth of meanings" ("About LIMS® | Mission & Values," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20170717182534/http://www.limsonline.org/about-lims%C2%AE-mission-values, archived July 17, 2017). Formerly a certificate program (the Effort/Shape Training Program) of the Dance Notation Bureau, LIMS was established as a separate organization in 1978 ("About LIMS | Our History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/4149/20170717182554/http://www.limsonline.org/about-lims-our-history, archived July 17, 2017). The LIMS website includes information about its mission, core values, history, board, staff, educational programs, arts and culture programs, research, community resources, social media, and newsletter. The LIMS website also hosts discussion forums and a members-only area.

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Title: Major Orchestra Librarians Association

URL: https://mola-inc.org/

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Title: American College Dance Association (ACDA)

URL: https://www.acda.dance/

Description: Archived website of the American College Dance Association (ACDA), formerly the American College Dance Festival Association (ACDFA). The ACDFA was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDFA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDFA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences. The ACDA website includes information about its mission, history, regions, bylaws, policies, leadership, regional conferences, national festivals, membership, newsletters, and resources for dance in higher education.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American College Dance Association -- Web archives Dance festivals -- Web archives

Title: Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC)

URL: https://www.arsc-audio.org/index.php

Description: Archived website of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC), a nonprofit organization founded in 1966 and dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings; in all genres of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC membership is comprised of both private individuals and institutional collectors. Current membership consists of approximately one thousand archivists, librarians, and curators representing many of the worlds leading audiovisual repositories participate in ARSC alongside record collectors, record dealers, researchers, historians, discographers, musicians, engineers, producers, reviewers, and broadcasters. ARSC hosts an Annual Conference bringing together collectors from a variety of backgrounds. Since 1968, ARSC has published a peer-reviewed journal and the ARSC Newsletter delivers timely announcements, short articles, and a calendar of coming events. The ARSC website includes information about its publications, membership, annual conference, email list, grant programs, awards, audio preservation and restoration directory, education and training programs, statements, blog, board, chapters, committees, news, and events.

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Title: Dance Exchange

URL: https://www.danceexchange.org/

Description: Archived website of Dance Exchange, based in the D.C./Montgomery County, Maryland area and founded by Liz Lerman in 1976. Liz Lerman Dance Exchange pursues a broad definition of dance as a multi-disciplinary art form that encompasses movement, music, imagery, and the spoken word. The Dance Exchange website includes information about its mission, vision, history, company, leadership, current projects, events, educational programs, news, photo albums, video, studio space rentals, funders, blog, and social media.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Dance companies -- Maryland Dance companies -- Washington (D.C.) Liz Lerman Dance Exchange -- Archives Liz Lerman Dance Exchange -- Web archives

Title: Music Library Association

URL: https://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/

Description: Archived website of the Music Library Association, established for music librarians and scholars alike to promote the establishment, growth and use of music libraries; to encourage the collection of music and musical literature; and to search for ways to improve music libraries. The MLA website includes information about its administration, membership, constitution, by-laws, minutes, reports, mission, code of conduct, strategic plan, meetings, membership, publications, and information about music librarianship as a profession.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives Music Library Association -- Web archives Music libraries -- Web archives

URL: https://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/mpage/atmla

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Title: Dance at the Crossroads! 2016 American College Dance Association Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/au16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Central Conference held March 12-15, 2016, at Anderson University (Anderson, Ind.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Subject:   Performing arts archives Performing arts -- Web archives American College Dance Association -- Web archives Dance festivals -- Web archives

Title: Kickin' Out the Kinesphere: 2017 American College Dance Association South Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/auburn2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) South Conference held March 10-13, 2017, at Auburn University (Auburn, Ala.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Baja Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/baja18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Baja Conference, held January 17-20, 2018, at California State University Dominguez-Hills, Carson, California. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2017 American College Dance Association Baja Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/baja2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Baja Conference held April 6-9, 2017, at El Camino Community College (Torrance, Calif.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2016 American College Dance Association Northeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/brockport16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Northeast Conference held March 9-13, 2016, at the College at Brockport, State University of New York (Brockport, N.Y.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Space to Create: Exploring Shared Sites of Creative Process: 2017 American College Dance Association Northeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/ccm2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Northeast Conference held March 15-18, 2017, at the County College of Morris (Randolph, N.J.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Dance to New Heights: 2017 American College Dance Association South-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/collin2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) South-Central Conference held March 2-6, 2017, at Collin College (Plano, Tex.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2016 American College Dance Association Baja Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/csula16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Baja Conference held March 16-19, 2016, at California State University, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Moving Bodies: 2017 American College Dance Association North-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/duluth2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) North-Central Conference held March 8-11, 2017, at the University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, Minn.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association East-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/eastcentral18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association East-Central Conference, held March 10-12, 2018, at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Real Raw Radical: 2016 American College Dance Association Southeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/emory16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Southeast Conference held March 9-12, 2016, at Emory University (Atlanta, Ga.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/illinois18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Central Conference, "dance at illinois," held March 16-19, 2018, at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2017 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic South Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/jcsu2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Mid-Atlantic South Conference held March 15-18, 2017, at Johnson C. Smith University (Charlotte, N.C.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2017 American College Dance Association East-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/kent2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) East-Central Conference held March 25-28, 2017, at Kent State University (Kent, Ohio). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic North Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/man18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic North Conference, "Moving Reflections," held March 14-17, 2018, at West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic South Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/mas18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic South Conference, held March 4-7, 2018, at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia.

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Title: 2017 American College Dance Association West Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/mjc2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) West Conference, held March 1-4, 2017, at Modesto Junior College (Modesto, Calif.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2016 American College Dance Association New England Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/neng16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) New England Conference held February 11-14, 2016, at Springfield College (Springfield, Mass.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association New England Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/newengland18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association New England Conference, "Dance for Every Body: Inclusion in Education and Performance," held February 15-18, 2018, at Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association North-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/north-central18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association North-Central Conference, held March 21-25, 2018, at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Northeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/northeast18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Northeast Conference, "Past/Present/Future," held March 15-18, 2018, at Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Northwest Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/northwest18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Northwest Conference, "Fuse," held March 24-27, 2018, at University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colorado. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Inter/Action: 2017 American College Dance Association Northwest Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/oregon2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Northwest Conference held March 29-April 1, 2017, at the University of Oregon (Eugene, Ore.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Exploring Frontiers: 2017 American College Dance Association New England Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/potsdam2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) New England Conference held March 23-26, 2017, at the State University of New York, Potsdam College (Potsdam, N.Y.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: For the joy of it ... : 2016 American College Dance Association West Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/scottsdale16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) West Conference held March 15-18, 2016, at Scottsdale Community College (Scottsdale, Ariz.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association South Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/south18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association South Conference, "Beyond Boundaries," held April 4-7, 2018, at Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association South-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/southcentral18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association South-Central Conference, "Everybody Cut Loose: Dancing is Allowed in This Beaumont," held March 13-17, 2018, at Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association Southeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/southeast18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association Southeast Conference, "Moving Perspective," held March 2-5, 2018, at Coker College, Hartsville, S.C. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Crossing Borders: 2017 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic North Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/umd2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Mid-Atlantic North Conference held March 8-11, 2017, at the University of Maryland, College Park (College Park, Md.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Illuminate: 2017 American College Dance Association Southeast Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/usf2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Southeast Conference held March 8-11, 2017, at the University of South Florida (Tampa, Fla.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Dance. Create. Inspire. 2016 American College Dance Association South Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/usm16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) South Conference held March 11-14, 2016, at the University of Southern Mississippi (Hattiesburg, Miss.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Rhythm of the Heart, Sound of the Soul: 2016 American College Dance Association Northwest Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/uw16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) South Conference held March 9-12, 2016, at the University of Wyoming (Laramie, Wyo.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Presence in Practice: 2016 American College Dance Association North-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/uwsp16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) North-Central Conference held March 19-23, 2016, at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point (Stevens Point, Wis.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2018 American College Dance Association West Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/west18

Description: Archived website of the 2018 American College Dance Association West Conference, "Spotlight on Dance," held March 6-9, 2018, at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: First in Flight! Dance. Create. Innovate: 2017 American College Dance Association Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/wichita2017

Description: Archived website of the 2017 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Central Conference held March 29-April 1, 2017, at Wichita State University (Wichita, Kan.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: 2016 American College Dance Association East-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/wmu16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) East-Central Conference held March 5-8, 2016, at Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, Mich.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Dancing in the Wind: 2016 American College Dance Association South-Central Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/wtamu16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) South-Central Conference held March 16-19, 2016, at West Texas A & M University (Canyon, Tex.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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Title: Dance... Wild and Wonderful! 2016 American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic Conference

URL: https://www.regonline.com/wvu16

Description: Archived website of the 2016 American College Dance Association (ACDA) Mid-Atlantic Conference held March 18-21, 2016, at West Virginia University (Morgantown, W. Va.). The ACDA (formerly the American College Dance Festival Association) was founded in 1973 to acknowledge and foster the role that colleges had been playing in the development of dance since the 1960s. Originally formed by thirteen charter member colleges and universities, the ACDA now consists of over 300 member institutions. The ACDA sponsors eleven regional conferences where colleges and university submit pieces to be adjudicated by nationally recognized dance professionals. The association also sponsors the National Dance Festival, which showcases works selected from all the regional conferences.

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