• Entry type: Resource
  • Entry ID: AWH003385

Margaret Walker interviewed by Barbara Blackman [sound recording]

  • Repository National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
  • Reference ORAL TRC 1770
  • Date Range 7-May-85 - 8-May-85
  • Description

    5 cassettes (ca. 450 min.) Walker, dance director, administrator and choreographer, speaks on her childhood in Bendigo and Eaglehawk; dance class with Edouard Borovansky; work producing, directing and choregraphing for New Theatre; Berlin Peace Arts Festival, 1951; visit to U.S.S.R.; Aboriginal dance; dance for children; her adopted children; teaching folkdance at the Roseville Dance Centre; touring schools with the Company Dance Concert; the administration of Dance Concert Ltd. And Walker’s sacking from the company; and subsequent involvement with the Margaret Walker Dance Centre and dance camps at Narrabeen, N.S.W.

  • Access Access open for research, personal copies and public use.
  • Finding Aid Timed summary available.

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  • See also
    • Creative Leisure Movement (1970 - )