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Artists and actors : iconography and performance in ancient Greece

Author: David BomfordMary Louise HartRalf KrumeichF LissarragueBarbara KowalzigAll authors
Edition/Format:   DVD video   Archival Material : English
Publication:Getty Villa event recordings, 2006-
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Presented in conjunction with the exhibition "The Art of Ancient Greek Theater" and the staging of Sophocles' "Elektra" at the Getty Villa, this symposium considers the artistic evidence for dramatic performance in ancient Athens as well as Greek and local settlements in southern Italy. Drawing on objects featured in the exhibition, distinguished international scholars investigate the historical context for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Events
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: David Bomford; Mary Louise Hart; Ralf Krumeich; F Lissarrague; Barbara Kowalzig; H A Shapiro; J Michael Walton; Thomas H Carpenter; Oliver Taplin; Hans Rupprecht Goette; C W Marshall; Martin Revermann; Carey Perloff; Helene P Foley; Jeffrey S Rusten; J. Paul Getty Museum. Villa Program Coordination.
OCLC Number: 677174324
Notes: Title and content summaries derived from disc label and accompanying textual material.
Copyright: J. Paul Getty Trust.
Event notes: Recorded September 24-25, 2010 at the Getty Villa Auditorium.
Description: 7 videodiscs of 7 (DVD) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + event program, including abstracts and biographical notes
Contents: Welcome / David Bomford. Day One: Iconography and interpretation / moderated by Mary Louise Hart and J. Michael Walton --
introduction / Mary Louise Hart --
lecture 1. Images of the Greek theater and images of Greek myths in the guise of theater / Ralf Krumeich --
lecture 2. Satyrs on stage: figures and fictions / François Lissarrague --
lecture 3. Dancing dolphins: choral cultures between image and ritual / Barbara Kowalzig --
lecture 4. Out of her shell: staging the birth of Helen in Athens and south Italy / H. Alan Shapiro --
lecture 5. Rediscovering an Athenian witness to comic art: the Phangoria Chous / Jeffrey Rusten --
lecture 6. Greek theater for non-Greeks: visual evidence from fourth-century B.C. Apulia / T.H. Carpenter --
lecture 7. "The players are come my lord": how did tragedy travel in the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.E.? / Oliver Taplin. Day Two: Performers and performance / moderated by Oliver Taplin --
welcome / Mary Louise Hart --
lecture 1. Monuments of actors and Choregoi of the Greek theater / Hans R. Goette --
lecture 2. Masks, performance, and typologies / C.W. Marshall --
lecture 3. Theorizing props: Greek theater-related vase paintings, comparator traditions, and the analysis of stage objects / Martin Revermann --
lecture 4. Performance perspectives / J. Michael Walton --
discussion: Directing Elektra: Sophocles for the contemporary stage / Carey Perloff, Helene Foley and Mary Louise Hart.
Responsibility: [symposium sponsored by the J. Paul Getty Museum].

Abstract:

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition "The Art of Ancient Greek Theater" and the staging of Sophocles' "Elektra" at the Getty Villa, this symposium considers the artistic evidence for dramatic performance in ancient Athens as well as Greek and local settlements in southern Italy. Drawing on objects featured in the exhibition, distinguished international scholars investigate the historical context for theatrical performance and its relation to the creation of some of the most vivid art from the ancient world. Choral, tragic, and comic performance inspired a diverse and iconographically complex reaction from vase painters in Athens and south Italy from the middle of the sixth century to the third quarter of the fourth century B.C. At the same time, vases and marble reliefs fashioned as devotional markers of distinction provide a view into the social context of performance in antiquity, while the production of bronze and terracotta masks and statuettes offers unique insights into the spread of comedy from Greece to Rome.

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