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Dianne McIntyre

One of the most important black woman dance artists to emerge during the 1970s, Dianne McIntyre has developed a distinctive body of work that features an idiosyncratic use of music, a dynamic movement style, and important choreographic explorations of the lives of African Americans. McIntyre received a B.F.A. in dance from Ohio State University under Helen Alkire and studied there with Vickie Blaine, James Payton, Lucy Venable, and guest artists Anna Sokolow and Viola Farber.

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