Memorial celebrates life of a distinguished dancer, educator

<p>Join the <a href="; title="ASU Herberger Institute School of Dance">ASU Herberger Institute School of Dance</a> and the Herberger Institute Development office 2 p.m., Dec. 13, for a celebration of the life Margaret Gisolo (1914–2009), founder of ASU College of Fine Arts department of dance.</p><separator></separator><p>The program includes video presentations of Gisolo’s lifetime achievements as a dancer, athlete and educator, and tributes from colleagues, friends, students and family members. A dedication performance includes music by Charles Lewis, a dance alumnus who was a student of Gisolo’s in the 1950s, a song written and performed by fellow dance alumna Lee Robert Flory, and a special award presentation by the National Dance Association. A reception follows. </p><separator></separator><p>The Margaret Gisolo Memorial is free, open to the public and held at the Dance Theatre, <a href="; title="Physical Education Building East ">Physical Education Building East</a> 132, 611 E. Orange St., ASU Tempe campus. For more information, please contact Beth Lessard at 480.838.5551, or <a href=""></a>.</p><separator></separator><p>M… contributions can be made to the: ASU Foundation, attention &quot;Margaret Gisolo Scholarship in Dance,&quot; ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Development office, P.O. Box 872102, Tempe, AZ 85287-2102. Contributions also may be made via credit card by contacting Christine Austin at 480.727.7785, or <a href=""></a>.</p><sepa… Contact:</b> <br />Sunny Kuo, <a href=""></a&gt; <br />480.965.1208<br />ASU Herberger Institute School of Dance<a href=""><br /></a></p>