EYE ON DANCE LEGACY ARCHIVE PROJECT CAMPAIGN

Many people recall the weekly television programs testifying to the innovation, determination and brilliance of a contemporary dance scene that exploded in the 1980’s and 1990’s.

Those video programs and all the raw footage is gathered in THE EYE ON DANCE LEGACY ARCHIVE CAMPAIGN which is preserving America’s dance heritage.

Considered one of the single largest primary source archives on dance, EYE ON DANCE needs your help now to stop the videotape deterioration erasing the commentary and performances of bold artists who made a difference to our national dance heritage.

Many of the artists captured were artists with AIDS who are no longer living or documented elsewhere.

Your support is essential.

Please donate HERE because your action makes a difference.

EYE ON DANCE is a registered not-for-profit organization.

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