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Title: Folk Performance : Facing The Creative Industry Case Study Tayub Performance In Kabupaten Grobogan Central Jawa
Authors: Untung, Rachel Mediana
Keywords: folk perfomance;Tayub;management cultural capital;economic capital
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Graduate School of Indonesia Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta
Abstract: The aim of this study is to figure out whether there is a significant relationship between performing arts and creative industry. The study was done qualitatively. It has been done also by an analysis concerning on significant intellectual relationship, business, and government One of local folk art, tayub, plays an important role in economic sector increasing local's capitals. Not all economic sectors are determined by economic factors. Cultural capital has become main factor related to the existences of folk performing art. All folk performance have to be well-preserved since it is from the locals, and also have to be synchronized with cultural production distribution, and society's interest
Description: Proceeding Transdisciplinary Creative & Arts Studies from Asia Pacific Perspectives. The 3rd International Conference for Asia Pacific Arts Studies (ICAPAS) Graduate School of Indonesia Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta October 20th-21St, 2015, p. 276-281
ISBN: 9789791973755
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