In 1998, the sinking federal dance dollar and other funding woes finally caught up with two other Colorado dance organizations; Dance Aspen and the Glenwood Springs Dance Festival shut down that year.
What does GSDF stand for?
GSDF stands for Glenwood Springs Dance Festival
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Considering the recent closings of several state dance organizations (DanceAspen, the Glenwood Springs Dance Festival, and the Boulder Dance Alliance), seeking an endowment might seem like an unreasonable goal within Colorado, although MacDiarmid doesn't think it is.
Despite last summer's high-profile closing of DanceAspen and the lower profile demise this winter of the Glenwood Springs Dance Festival, Colorado seems to be confirming its status as a Mecca for everything from experimental to traditional dance.