Browse Exhibits (4 total)
Includes materials such as portraits and casual shots of Anna alone and/or with her family as well as images from her resident outdoor Mountain Studio/Dance Deck.
This exhibit includes a sampling of works choreographed and performed by Anna Halprin as well collaborative works with other performance artists. The first section includes works from her collaboration with fellow dancer and choreographer Welland Lathrop, the partnership forming the Halprin-Lathrop Studio from 1946-1955. The images in the exhibit are from works choreographed by Halprin and by Lathrop during that time period.
The other sections include images from a selection of works sampled from the Anna Halprin Papers and are listed in alphabetical order with the final section including a smaller sampling of her earlier works.
This exhibit includes works from the San Francisco Dancers' Workshop (SFDW) and the Tamalpa Institute. Anna and her daughter, Daria Halprin, founded SFDW in 1955. The Tamalpa Institute was founded in 1978. Works featured include those choreographed and performed by SFDW and Tamalpa Institute members as well as works featuring audience participation.
The sections include images from a selection of works sampled from the Anna Halprin Papers and are listed in alphabetical order with the final section including a smaller sampling of her earlier works.
Images from various workshops Anna Halprin has directed. The section below includes images from workshops in the late 1960s/early 1970s taking place at Sea Ranch, California.
This section includes images from workshops held by Anna Halprin at Sea Ranch, Sonoma County, California. Sea Ranch is an unincorporated planned community that Anna's husband Lawrence played a significant part in designing.