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THIS SITE IS CURRENTLY A WORK IN PROGRESS, MORPHING FROM THE CELEBRATION OF THE MERCE CUNNINGHAM CENTENNIAL TO A LARGER IN SCOPE CUNNINGHAM STUDIES SITE, WITH ARCHIVE MATERIAL AND NEW INTERVIEWS AND VIDEO TO FOLLOW.

Writer and documentarian Nancy Dalva is the Scholar in Residence of the Merce Cunningham Trust. The writer/producer of the Mondays with Merce webseries and Film Library (Mondays with Merce), she continues her investigations and interviews within the Cunningham world,   while also writing  (and speaking) about  dance and the visual arts for an enlivening variety of publications and venues. Her favorite format is the long form interview.  You can write to her at ndalva@mercecunningham.org, or find her at the Merce Cunningham Facebook Page and Twitter @MerceTrust, @NancyDalva .

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THANKS AND CREDITS

Thank you, Merce.

Thanks and deepest appreciation always to James Klosty for his beautiful photos and great generosity.

Thanks to Hugo Glendinning for the use of photos he shot at the Roundhouse in London.

Thanks to the Estate of Oscar Bailey for the use of his photos.

Thanks to the superlative Angelica Rudenstine for so much, including kindling Mondays with Merce, and her essential encouragement, advice, and interest.

Where not otherwise noted, photos courtesy Merce Cunningham Trust.

Thanks to the Merce Cunningham Trust.

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