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Sali Ann Kriegsman

Dance Writer and Head of the Dance Program

National Endowment for the Arts

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Employment History

Executive Editor

American Film Institute


Executive Director

Jacob's Pillow


President

Dance Heritage Coalition


Affiliations

Day Eight

Board Member


Dance USA

Individual Member


Web References(35 Total References)


new.danceheritage.org

His wife, Sali Ann Kriegsman is a noted dance writer and former head of the Dance Program at the National Endowment for the Arts.


www.florencemills.com [cached]

Sali Ann Kriegsman served as Executive Director of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival and School (1995-97), and is now writing and consulting.
She was Director of the Dance Program at the National Endowment for the Arts (1986-95), Dance Consultant to The Smithsonian Institute (1979-83), and Executive Editor at the American Film Institute (1969-73). She is the author of Modern Dance in America: The Bennington Years .


www.jazztapensemble.org [cached]

Sali Ann Kriegsman has served as president of the Dance Heritage Coalition, executive director of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, director of the National Endowment for the Arts Dance Program, dance consultant to the Smithsonian Institution, and executive editor at The American Film Institute.
She created "The American Dance Experience" series for the Smithsonian Institution, 1979-1983. With Marda Kirn, she co-produced the first Colorado Tap Festival in 1986. Among her awards is a 1997 Flo-Bert; the 1999 Preservation of our Heritage--American Dance Award from Oklahoma City University; the 2002 Tap Preservation Award from the New York Tap Festival and a 2006 Tradition in Tap Award.


www.jazztapensemble.org [cached]

SALI ANN KRIEGSMAN has served as president of the Dance Heritage Coalition, executive director of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, director of the National Endowment for the Arts Dance Program, dance consultant to the Smithsonian Institution, and executive editor at The American Film Institute.
She created "The American Dance Experience" series for the Smithsonian Institution, 1979-1983. With Marda Kirn, she co-produced the first Colorado Tap Festival in 1986. Among her awards is a 1997 Flo-Bert; the 1999 Preservation of our Heritage--American Dance Award from Oklahoma City University; the 2002 Tap Preservation Award from the New York Tap Festival and a 2006 Tradition in Tap Award. Her book, "Modern Dance in America: The Bennington Years," was hailed by The New York Times as "a vivid and human picture of a crucial chapter in American culture."


www.washingtoncitypaper.com

Sali Ann and Alan Kriegsman were awarded the Pola Nirenska Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement.
The Kriegsmans have been deeply engaged with dance for decades: Sali Ann has served as executive director of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, director of the NEA's dance program, and president of the Dance Heritage Coalition, while Alan was The Washington Post's dance critic from 1966-1996.


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