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Bora, Debajit – Research in Drama Education, 2019
This paper analyses the theatre experiments of Badungduppa theatre (Assam, India). This theatre group is made up of tribal 'Rabha' community actors, a director, and theatre workers, and it incorporates the forgotten aesthetics of the community into its theatre practice and actor training. Over time, the Rabha community has been exploited by the…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Aesthetics, Theater Arts, Groups
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Hickman, Richard; Sinha, Pallawi – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2018
In common conception, art is often confined to a painting, sculpture, architecture or performance; we maintain however that what enables any art or artistic practice to become aesthetic is human experience. Arts and aesthetic practices are integral to the everyday lives of the indigenous Sabar tribes of India, particularly, in ascertaining Sabar…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Foreign Countries, Art, Aesthetics
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Pracana, Clara, Ed.; Wang, Michael, Ed. – Online Submission, 2018
This book contains a compilation of papers presented at the International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends (InPACT) 2018, organized by the World Institute for Advanced Research and Science (W.I.A.R.S.). Modern psychology offers a large range of scientific fields where it can be applied. The goal of understanding individuals and…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Vimal C., Akhila – Research in Drama Education, 2017
This paper analyses "Bharatanatyam on Wheels" by Ability Unlimited Foundation, Delhi. It interrogates the possibilities and challenges that disability performance presents to codifications in the form and grammar of "Bharatanatyam," a "classical" dance form of India. The Indian classical scriptures of performance…
Descriptors: Assistive Technology, Kinesthetic Perception, Kinesthetic Methods, Dance
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Kaktikar, Aadya – Research in Dance Education, 2016
The questions that this paper poses are placed at the intersection of a Liberal Arts approach to education and the pedagogy of traditional Indian dance forms. These questions are explored through my ongoing pedagogical experiment with teaching the art of "abhinaya" in the university classroom. This paper charts the journey of exploring…
Descriptors: Dance, Ethnography, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Gall, David A. – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2015
This article argues for art education's potential to transform mundane work, mindful of the steep challenges of the aesthetic and mundane dialectic. Those challenges, magnified in the context of capitalism and industrialism, confronted twentieth-century Indian artist educators Rabindranath Tagore and Nandalal Bose, but also confront…
Descriptors: Art Education, Foreign Countries, Aesthetics, Universities
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Dinesh, Nandita – Research in Drama Education, 2015
In Kashmir, where the act of performing a script-based play on a proscenium stage is still seen by many as a controversial gesture, "Cages" involved the devised creation of a site responsive and immersive performance that placed two spectators, literally, in the shoes of an(Other). The potential of these forms of spectatorship, as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Drama, Theater Arts, Aesthetics
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Pritchard, Matthew – Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2014
In light of recent attempts to defend the role of the arts in education against the effects of policies based on utilitarian principles, this paper examines the arts educational writings and practical projects of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) at Santiniketan in West Bengal, showing how they were motivated by a Romantic and Upanishadic philosophy…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Dance Education, Art Education
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Eldhose, Adakkaravayalil Yoyakky – Research in Drama Education, 2014
Theatre occupies a significant place in any revolutionary political strategy that has as its objective a radical transformation of society. This paper attempts to make a thematic and structural analysis of the Malayalam street play "Kalyanasaugadhikam" written by Anil Nadakavu in 2009 and performed by Manisha Theatres, Thadiyankovil,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Drama, Theater Arts, Social Change
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Kelin, Dan A., II – Teaching Artist Journal, 2008
A teaching artist reflects on his travels and work across the South Pacific and India. He concludes that American culture views art as a commodity appreciated mostly for its personal entertainment value, and therefore judges the outcome of artistic endeavors rather than appreciate the purpose of such endeavors. His teaching experiences have…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Artists, Cultural Influences, Aesthetics
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Ahmed, Syed Jamil – Research in Drama Education, 2006
The small string of words "in place of" is problematic because if it denotes "instead of" then it is questionable whether conflicts and wars can ever be abrogated so long as there are relations of power. However, but if the string denotes a location, i.e. a war zone, then it is not inconsequential that we justify our eagerness…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Drama, War, Nationalism
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Banerjee, Suparna – Research in Dance Education, 2005
This paper is a reflection on the process of dance choreography, an assignment for pedagogical evaluation at postgraduate level in an Indian university. It is also a recapitulation and reconstruction of my experiences while undergoing a Master's course in Bharatanatyam (a style of classical dance) in the Centre for Performing Arts (CPA),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Dance Education, Graduate Study
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Howard, V. A. – Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2001
The world of classical music, says the writer, has always been international, and has now become truly global. Opera is perhaps traditionally, and most conspicuously, global. At any performance of the Metropolitan Opera of New York, for example, one encounters several different nationalities on stage, back stage, and in the orchestra pit. But the…
Descriptors: Opera, Classical Music, Musicians, Citizenship