You don’t need to create a webpage, just offer the text, images, video links and bibliography I can use to build this WikiProject.
Here is the whole prompt:
You will research a dance form or choreographer, and create a Wiki page including text, still images, video links, and bibliography. You may include original video, but this is not required. The written background, analysis, and critique should be between 600 and 1000 words.
You have spent the quarter reading and writing about a variety of dance forms, dances, and choreographers. For this project you are required to do extended research on a dance form or choreographer. It is unlikely that you will find everything you need online – so be prepared to go to the library.
You are welcome to research forms & people we have covered this quarter, and you may also choose a topic from outside the class materials. Make sure there is enough information about your chosen topic available to you – so that you can create a thorough and engaging WikiProject.
Some possible topics:
Forms: Breaking, Street Dance, Dance Hall, Bhangra, Hula, Butoh, Jazz Dance, Stepping, Bharatanatyam, Modern Dance, Post Modern Dance, Ecstatic Dance, Ballet, Salsa Dance, Swing, Tap, Folklórico, Fancy Shawl Dance, West African Dance, Kathak, Belly Dance, Contact Improvisation
Choreographers: Alvin Ailey, Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, Cloud Gate Dance Theater, Rennie Harris, Batsheva Dance, Jiri Kilian (Nederlands Dans Theater), Bill T. Jones, Camille Brown, David Gordon, Trisha Brown, Pina Bausch, Mats Ek & Sylvie Guillem, William Forsythe, Urban Bush Women, Mark Morris, Pearl Primus, Yvonne Rainer, Stephen Petronio, Sankai Juku, Eiko & Koma, Twyla Tharpe, Alwin Nikolais, George Balanchine, Nijinsky