Happy 40th Birthday SIGNWRITING!! ;))maria
Yes Valerie,I would very much like to read and print-out the history of dance and sign writing so I can make a print-out to put in front of my dance writing notes. I can show everyone. If you find the time.I'll be watching.Tini.
Here in Malta we are definitely interested. We hope you will post more details on the
history of SignWriting.
On 2014-02-24, at 12:40 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:SignWriting ListFebruary 24, 2014In February 2014, Sutton Movement Writing is 40 years old!Sutton Movement Writing & Shorthand is a large writing system for recording all body movement. It includes five sections: DanceWriting for writing dance choreography, SignWriting for writing sign languages, MimeWriting for writing classic mime and animated movement, SportsWriting for writing sports, and MovementWriting, for writing scientific studies on gesture analysis.February 1974 … DanceWriting began officially with the announcement of the first bookFebruary 1974 … non-profit organization began in Southern California, USAOctober 1974 … SignWriting, MimeWriting (for classic mime) and MovementWriting began in DenmarkThe non-profit organization behind the system was first established in February, 1974, under the name “The Movement Shorthand Society”, in Newport Beach, California. Later the name changed to “The Center for Sutton Movement Writing. It is now located in La Jolla, California, and provides free services to the world on the web.Are you interested in more history here on the SignWriting List? I am writing our history right now, and I can post more details, but only if you are interested - I can tell you in more detail about the research projects in Denmark and so forth...Val ;-)
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