ADF considers all former program participants
including students, interns, faculty, staff, production crew, and board members, as Alumni.
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These are hard times, and we understand if joining as a monthly donor is not possible right now. We want to know how you’re doing! Leah Cox, the dean of ADF, is starting a project, “I Love It When You Tell Me Stories,” which invites any member of the ADF community to tell their story. These are short, informal stories about any part of your life, told any way you want. This blog-like project will share your stories on the project website and through blog posts. If you’re interested in sharing a little bit about your world right now, find out more and sign up here.
ADF students, 1994. Photo by Rebecca Lesher
Burrough Wellcome Scholarship Students, 1982. Photo by Jay Anderson.
ADF Convocation, 2011. Photo by Sara D. Davis.
ADF at Connecticut College, 1966. Photo by David L. Arnold.
Summer Dance Intensive final showing, 2019. Photo by Ben McKeown.
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