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Gloryous Dance Affair: Black and white Paperback – September 19, 2016
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About the Author
Glorya Kaufman is a Los Angeles–based philanthropist who founded the Glorya Kaufman Dance Foundation. Her foundation provides the opportunity for underprivileged kids to take dance classes at Inner-City Arts and the Mar Vista Family Center, both in Los Angeles. The Foundation is a major contributor to the Los Angeles Music Center, The Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre, The Julliard School, and many other arts organizations.
In honor of her late husband, Donald Bruce Kaufman, she sponsored a new branch of the Los Angeles Public Library. Glorya collaborated with Dr. Leonard Apt of the Jules Stein Eye Clinic to establish a preschool eye exam mobile unit.
The Glorya Kaufman School of Dance and the Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center will open at the University of Southern California in October 2016.
Glorya Kaufman wrote this personal memoir with co-author Deborah Schwartz.
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In her book,Glorya takes the reader on a very personal and intimate journey of her life as a child, daughter, teenager, wife,
mother, widow and finally as the independent woman she becomes. She dedicates her memoir "To my husband, Donald Bruce
Kaufman, without whose vision and innovative spirit my life and my ability to help others would not have been possible." It is through
their financial success with Kaufman and Broad that she is able to fulfill her lifelong ambition to help others and to realize her dream
to support the art of dance. It is truly a remarkable portrait of a woman who came from modest beginnings to become one of the
most revered philanthropists of our time.