Modern Dance Silhouettes Vector EPS, AI Illustrator. Download here: https://graphicriver.net/item/modern-dance-silhouettes/16550215?ref=ksioks

Modern Dance Silhouettes Vector EPS, AI Illustrator. Download here: https://graphicriver.net/item/modern-dance-silhouettes/16550215?ref=ksioks

Modern Dance History Unit -Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) American pioneer of modern dance and theatrical lighting (holder of many chemical compound patents). Her dance improvisation, inspired innovation in Isadora Duncan and Ruth St Denis. photo by Isaiah West Taber (1897) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loie_Fuller ~ KSM

Modern Dance History Unit -Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) American pioneer of modern dance and theatrical lighting (holder of many chemical compound patents). Her dance improvisation, inspired innovation in Isadora Duncan and Ruth St Denis. photo by Isaiah West Taber (1897) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loie_Fuller ~ KSM

"Dance enables you to find yourself and lose yourself at the same time"

"Dance enables you to find yourself and lose yourself at the same time"

when darkness falls reflecting city lights the moon creates a shimmering path that only our Souls can dance upon

when darkness falls reflecting city lights the moon creates a shimmering path that only our Souls can dance upon

going to go see Pina again tonight. this time at the Castro Theatre. cannot wait.

going to go see Pina again tonight. this time at the Castro Theatre. cannot wait.

Martha Graham Graham identified a method of breathing and impulse control she called "contraction and release." For her, movement originated in the tension of a contracted muscle, and continued in the flow of energy released from the body as the muscle relaxed. This method of muscle control gave Graham's dances and dancers a hard, angular look, one that was very unfamiliar to dance audiences used to the smooth, lyrical bodily motions of Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis.

Martha Graham Graham identified a method of breathing and impulse control she called "contraction and release." For her, movement originated in the tension of a contracted muscle, and continued in the flow of energy released from the body as the muscle relaxed. This method of muscle control gave Graham's dances and dancers a hard, angular look, one that was very unfamiliar to dance audiences used to the smooth, lyrical bodily motions of Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis.

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