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Dance on [videorecording] : Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen / produced by Billie Mahoney ; executive producer for the University of North Texas, J. Scott Cook ; director, Sheree Turner.

Contributor(s): Material type: FilmFilmPublisher number: 8239 | Insight MediaSeries: Dance on: with Billie MahoneyPublication details: New York, NY : Distributed by Insight Media, [200-?]Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inOther title:
  • Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Other classification:
  • Vlbdb/VC
Production credits:
  • Engineer, Wayne Hassell ; camera, Alison Hansbury, Boyce Markham.
Interviewer: Billie Mahoney.Interviewee: Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.Summary: Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen discusses her concept of body-mind centering, which postulates that inner body structures (cells, blood, organs as well as muscles and bones) affect body movement. She talks about her training, recalling Erick Hawkins and Irmgard Bartenieff as special mentors, and describing her work in hospitals as an occupational therapist. She discusses the aims and program of her School of Body-Mind Centering, founded in New York in 1973 and now located in Amherst, Mass.
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
DVD DVD Biblioteket Brinellvägen DVD / Cohen Available 43731013799
Total holds: 0

DVD.

Title from disc surface.

Originally produced in 1990.

Program from the public access cable television series Dance on: with Billie Mahoney. Taped at the University of North Texas Dept. of Radio/Television/Film, Denton, Tex., on May 21, 1990, during the National College Dance Festival.

Interviewer: Billie Mahoney.

Interviewee: Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.

Engineer, Wayne Hassell ; camera, Alison Hansbury, Boyce Markham.

Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen discusses her concept of body-mind centering, which postulates that inner body structures (cells, blood, organs as well as muscles and bones) affect body movement. She talks about her training, recalling Erick Hawkins and Irmgard Bartenieff as special mentors, and describing her work in hospitals as an occupational therapist. She discusses the aims and program of her School of Body-Mind Centering, founded in New York in 1973 and now located in Amherst, Mass.

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