Dianne McIntyre
AWARDS and HONORS
 

2015 Doris Duke Impact Award
2015 A Spelman College Distinguished Visiting Scholar
2014  Def Dance Jam Community Butterfly Award
2014 Karamu House Hall of Fame – Fine Arts
2013 Cleveland State University Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Degree
2013

International Association of Blacks in Dance
International Acclaim Legendary Artist Award

2012 The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences
Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award
2012 Ohio Dance Recognition Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Advancement of the Dance Artform
2010 Creative Workforce Fellowship/ Cuyahoga Arts and Culture
2009  State University of New York at Purchase Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Degree
2008 American Dance Festival Balasaraswati Joy Ann Dewey Beinecke
Endowed Chair for Distinguished Teaching
2008 Universal Dance Movement Excellence Award
2007 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship Award
2006 Def Dance Jam Workshop recognizing Dianne McIntyre & Sounds in Motion  Many extensions: Dancers, Musicians, Artists, Actors, Teachers, Producers, Writers, Students, Mentees…
2006 BESSIE: New York Dance and Performance Award
Special Achievement Citation: For pioneering work with women and with African American and American spiritual traditions
2006  Helen Hayes Award Nomination: The Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical. Dianne McIntyre (author) “Open the Door, Virginia!” Theater of the First Amendment
2005 The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Masters of African American Choreography Medal
2005 George Mason University African American Studies and Department of MusicThe Billy Taylor – Sylvia Lee Award for Excellence in Performance and Research in the Arts and Humanities
2005 Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center Lifetime Achievement Award
2004 St. Louis Black Repertory Company Woodie Award for Lifetime Achievement
1999 AUDELCO: Special Achievement Award
1997 BESSIE: New York Dance and Performance Award for “A Brand New People on the Planet” with musician/composer Olu Dara
1996 
 
Helen Hayes Award Nomination for Outstanding Choreography, Resident Production: “I Could Stop on a Dime and Get Ten Cents Change (A Ballroom Drama)
            Theater of the First Amendment
1996 Helen Hayes Award Nomination: The Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical. Dianne McIntyre (author) “I Could Stop on a Dime and Get Ten Cents Change (A Ballroom Drama), Theater of the First Amendment
1993 
 
Helen Hayes Award: Outstanding Choreography, Resident Production “In Living Color: A Gullah Story” OyamO (author)/ Olu Dara (music) Theater of the First Amendment
1989 BESSIE: New York Dance and Performance Award
Choreography for “In Living Color”
1979 AUDELCO Award Winner for Choreography for “Spell #7”
A Choreopoem by Ntozake Shange. New York Public Theater

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