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Allen Ambrosini

LAS Executive Director

Ruth Page Center for the Arts

HQ Phone:  (312) 337-6543

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Ruth Page Center for the Arts

1016 N. Dearborn Parkway

Chicago, Illinois,60610

United States

Company Description

The Ruth Page Foundation was established in 1970 by Ruth Page who was a dancer, choreographer and Chicago dance icon. The Foundation's current mission is to promote Ms. Page's vision of dance as an innovative art form and to foster artistic excellence. In supp... more

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Employment History

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University of Illinois at Chicago


Web References(3 Total References)


UIC Alumni Magazine | UIAA | UIC Alumni

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Allen Ambrosini, '72 LAS A set designer of plays such as "Once In a Lifetime" and a former instructor at UIC, he also created "At the Park" magazine, which covers the theme entertainment industry.
Venetia Stifler, '84 LAS Executive director of the Ruth Page Center in Chicago, she is a choreographer and for-mer professional dancer.


UIAA at Chicago: UIC Alumni Magazine: Feature Story

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Allen Ambrosini, '72 LAS A set designer of plays such as "Once In a Lifetime" and a former instructor at UIC, he also created "At the Park" magazine, which covers the theme entertainment industry.
Venetia Stifler, '84 LAS Executive director of the Ruth Page Center in Chicago, she is a choreographer and for-mer professional dancer.


UIAA at Chicago: UIC Alumni Magazine: Feature Story

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Ambrosini maintains that the lack of an established history gave the students a true sense of ownership.
"Nobody lived on campus," adds Ambrosini. "It was great," says Allen Ambrosini, 72, LAS.


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