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Title : Arts Patronage in India: Methods, Motives and Markets
Author : Joan L. Erdman
Edition : HardBack
ISBN : 9788185425825
Pages : 262 p
Year of Pub : 2021 ( 1st Published in 1992 )
Price : Rs 1,095.00
   
 
 
Central to the study of cultural performances is the consideration of performance patronage. In India, as elsewhere, performing artists insprire patronage and patrons influence the arts and artists they support. The papers in this volume move from cultural performance as an object to the process of production as a dialogue between patron and performer, between sponsoring and practising the performing arts. Using selected per­formance genres, the authors show how performance traditions, changing patrons, and differing intentions can influence artistic productions and their perceived meanings.
Contributors to this volume are scholars and artists who have studied intensely and written about India`s performing arts.
Contents: Introduction—The Patronage of Cultural Performances in India by Joan L. Erdman, Cultural Performance as a Blurred Genre: Remarks to Inaugurate a Conference by Milton Singer, Context into Text Performance and Patronage in a Tamil Oral Tradition by Stuart H. Blackburn, The Audience as Patron: Dramatization and Texture of a Hindi Oral Epic Performance by Karine Schomer, A Tradition of Change: The Role of Patrons and Patronage in the Kathakali Dance-Drama by Phillip B. Zarrilli, Petitions to the Patrons: Changing Culture`s Substance in Twentieth Century Jaipur by Joan L. Erdman, Patronage in India`s Musical Culture by Bonnie C. Wade, Market Structure and State Patronage in Karnataka`s Feature Film Industry: Implication for the New Cinema by Manjunath Pendakur, A Performance Model from South India by Norman Cutler, Patronage and the Dance in India, or ""You Think Learning to Dance Was Hard!"" by Sharon Lowen
About the Author
The editor Joan L. Erdman is Professor of Anthropology and Cultural Studies at Columbia College Chicago.

 

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