Lincolnshire diversity in the arts: research and development

Nair, Sreenath and Madhavan, Arya (2016) Lincolnshire diversity in the arts: research and development. Project Report. University of Lincoln.

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Lincolnshire Diversity in the Arts: Research and Development is an Arts Council England funded project, undertaken by the University of Lincoln, aimed at exploring ways to develop cultural/artistic diversity in rural England, by taking Lincolnshire as a case study. The project commenced on 01 April 2016 and completed on 12 November 2017. The project was co-directed by 1) Dr Arya Madhavan, Senior Lecturer, University of Lincoln and 2) Dr Sreenath Nair, Senior Lecturer, University of Lincoln.

The project:
1. Produced and toured an Edinburgh Fringe Award-winning (1982) Indian play, Charandas Chor (Charandas Chor: The Honest Thief) in selected arts centres around Lincolnshire and studied its impact among the audience using qualitative and quantitative analytical methods.
2. Organised a one-day symposium bringing together cultural and community leaders as well as artists in an event of artistic exchange, around the theme of diversity.
3. Analysed the cultural strategies employed by Tara Arts, London; Black Country Touring, West Bromwich; Kali Theatre, London; Yellow Earth, London; as well as two artists, Shane Shambhu (a British Asian dancer and choreographer) and Ni Made Pujawathi (a South East Asian dancer and choreographer) in developing their rural audience.

Keywords:cultural diversity, Intercultural performance, theatre and the community, Indian theatre
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W400 Drama
W Creative Arts and Design > W420 Directing for Theatre
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Performing Arts)
ID Code:31117
Deposited On:07 Mar 2018 09:57

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