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Creative communities : regional inclusions & the arts

Author: Michael BalfourCraig BremnerPaul CarterMark GibsonLinda HassallAll authors
Publisher: Bristol (Great Britain) : Chicago (USA) : Intellect, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
Summary:
Los ensayos recopilados reimaginan y analizan el papel de las artes creativas en la construcción de comunidades locales resilientes y abiertas: teóricos australianos de industrias creativas, estudio de casos prácticos en el campo de las artes performativas, nuevos materiales de investigación proponen un nuevo concepto de lo local y de la posición y el potencial de los espacios creativos en centros no metropolitanas.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Balfour; Craig Bremner; Paul Carter; Mark Gibson; Linda Hassall; Louise Johnson; Helen Klaebe; Susan Luckman; Ariella van Luyn; Andrew Mason; Robert Mason; Chris Matthews; Janet McDonald; Patrick Mitchell; Lyndon Murphy; Wendy Richards; Rebecca Scollen; Tamara Whyte; Margaret Woodward
ISBN: 9781783205127 1783205121
OCLC Number: 1026083140
Notes: Índices.
Rethinking regionalism. 1. Common patterns : narratives of "mere coincidence" and the production of regions / Paul Carter. 2. Creative and destructive communities of Lake Condah/Tae Rak, Western Victoria / Louise Johnson. 3. Creativity and attenuated sociality : creative communities in suburban and peri-urban Australia / Mark Gibson. 4. Learning from Inland : redefining regional creativity / Margaret Woodward and Craig Bremner. Returning creativity. 5. Getting to know the story of the Boathouse dances : football, freedom and rock 'n' roll / Tamara Whyte, Chris Matthews, Michael Balfour, Lyndon Murphy and Linda Hassall. 6. 'The artists are taking over this town' : lifestyle migration and regional creative capital / Susan Luckman. 7. Art in response to crisis : dought, flood and the regional community / Andrew Mason. 8. 'Now we will live forever' : creative practice and refugee settlement in regional Australia. Restoring community. 9. Makin stories matter : using participatory new media storytelling and evaluation to serve marginalized and rgional communities / Ariella van Luyn and Helen Klaebe. 10. Vicarious heritage : performing multicultural heritage in regional Australia / Robert Mason. 11. Practising for life : amateur theatre, regionalism and the gold coast / Patrick Mitchell. 12. Artist-Run initiatives as liminal incubatory arts practice / Janet McDonald. 13. same but different : growing new audiences for the performing arts in regional Australia / Rebecca Scollen.
Description: vi, 235 p. : il. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction - Janet McDonald and Robert MasonRethinking Regionalism Chapter 1: Common Patterns: Narratives of 'Mere Coincidence' and the Production of Regions - Paul CarterChapter 2: Creative and Destructive Communities of Lake Condah/Tae Rak, Western Victoria - Louise JohnsonChapter 3: Creativity and Attenuated Sociality: Creative Communities in Suburban and Peri-Urban Australia - Mark GibsonChapter 4: Learning from Inland: Redefining Regional Creativity - Margaret Woodward and Craig BremnerReturning Creativity Chapter 5: Getting to Know the Story of the Boathouse Dances: Football, Freedom and Rock 'n' Roll - Tamara Whyte, Chris Matthews, Michael Balfour, Lyndon Murphy and Linda HassallChapter 6: 'The Artists Are Taking Over This Town': Lifestyle Migration and Regional Creative Capital - Susan LuckmanChapter 7: Art in Response to Crisis: Drought, Flood and the Regional Community - Andrew MasonChapter 8: 'Now We Will Live Forever': Creative Practice and Refugee Settlement in Regional Australia - Wendy RichardsRestoring Community Chapter 9: Making Stories Matter: Using Participatory New Media Storytelling and Evaluation to Serve Marginalized and Regional Communities - Ariella Van Luyn and Helen KlaebeChapter 10: Vicarious Heritage: Performing Multicultural Heritage in Regional Australia - Robert MasonChapter 11: Practising for Life: Amateur Theatre, Regionalism and the Gold Coast - Patrick MitchellChapter 12: Artist-Run Initiatives as Liminal Incubatory Arts Practice - Janet McDonaldChapter 13: Same but Different: Growing New Audiences for the Performing Arts in Regional Australia - Rebecca Scollen
Other Titles: Regional inclusions & the arts.
Responsibility: edited by Janet McDonald and Robert Mason.

Abstract:

Los ensayos recopilados reimaginan y analizan el papel de las artes creativas en la construcción de comunidades locales resilientes y abiertas: teóricos australianos de industrias creativas, estudio de casos prácticos en el campo de las artes performativas, nuevos materiales de investigación proponen un nuevo concepto de lo local y de la posición y el potencial de los espacios creativos en centros no metropolitanas.

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