In 1966, the Wisconsin Dance Council was established at the Conference on International Understanding Through Dance at the UW-Stevens Point for the purpose of promoting the appreciation of all types of dance as an art form and as a means of cultural expression. Its members included dance educators, studio teachers, performers, writers, dance-related organizations and individuals throughout Wisconsin who enjoy dance and wanted to support it. During this decade, the Wisconsin Dance Council published “Dance Dimensions”, which was a magazine supported by Wisconsin Arts Board grants.

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