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Management in the Performing Arts: An Empirical Exploration of Organizational Structures in Indian Theatre

Author: Kanika Khurana and Atanu Ghosh Organisational structure is crucial for the success of performing arts organisations, especially in developing countries like India. Survival is a significant challenge, and sustainability is a primary objective. This study of six Indian theatre organisations reveals key factors contributing to their sustainability. The authors first conducted a pilot study […]

Larger Than Life : An Ode to Single Screen Cinemas of Mumbai

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By Aishwarya Bodke The dress circle at Regal Cinema is where you will find the best seat, I’ve always argued. Many, though, devotedly defend the stalls. How else would you witness a hundred people erupting into song and dance from their seats? I could be seated anywhere but there is rarely a forgettable visit to […]

Art Education in India

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Contributors/Author: Department of Education in Arts & Aesthetics, National Council of Educational Research and Training This report sheds light on the NCERT’s (National Council of Educational Research and Training) vision vis-a-vis the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012) and the UNESCO – Road Map (2006-2010). It outlines the importance of Art as a curricular and compulsory […]

Safety Guidelines for the Live Entertainment and Events Industries

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This guide provides information to assist in managing risks associated with working with special effects in live entertainment and events. These safety guidelines will come handy during the planning and delivery of events to assist in identifying hazards, assessing risks and determining appropriate control measures to eliminate and or minimise these risks, so far as reasonably practicable. […]