Virtual Symposium: Pioneering Visions for Access and Equity in Dance Education
Forging a path for the future, the inaugural Arnhold Institute symposium looks to seminal, Black histories that, though they have largely been ignored, have shaped the field of dance and dance education at T.C. and beyond. Four guest scholars will present research examining 100 years of history and celebrate two significant pioneers of color who laid the groundwork for access and equity in the then-nascent field:
Charles H. Williams (1886-1978) & Beryl McBurnie, La Belle Rosette (1913-2000)
The Symposium was originally broadcast internationally on April 8th, 2021. The full asynchronous recording of the symposium can be watched or you can jump to various sections.
Learn more about the symposium by downloading a program with speakers bios, photos and more!
African-American Concert Dance: The Harlem Renaissance and Beyond
Finding a Way Out
This event is co-sponsored by "Creating a Better World: Teachers College Celebrates Harlem Renaissance 100"