By Invitation Only: Dance, Confederation and Reconciliation exhibit

Added 25th Jun 2021 by Amy Bowring / Last update 25th Jun 2021

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By Invitation Only: Dance, Confederation and Reconciliation exhibit

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By Invitation Only: Dance, Confederation and Reconciliation exhibit photos
Curators: Amy Bowring, Troy Emery Twigg

1. Brown wool leotard worn in Bettina Byers’s production of Pocahontas, Eaton Auditorium, April 17, 1953. The brown leotard was used to change the colour of the dancer’s skin and was accompanied by brown tights worn beneath the costume.
Bettina Byers Costume Collection, Dance Collection Danse

2. Photographs of Bettina Byers’s production of Pocahontas, Eaton Auditorium, April 17, 1953
Linda Stearns Portfolio, Dance Collection Danse, 695.2016-1-1

3. Papier-maché mask designed by Sheila Wherry for Boris Volkoff’s work Mala, 1936. Mala was based on an Inuit story and was performed at the International Tanzwettspiele (International Dance Festival) at the Berlin Olympics. The costume design is based on a Rockwell Kent lithograph titled Mala (Danseuse) from 1933.
Boris Volkoff Portfolio, Dance Collection Danse
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