Social Capital, Communities and Recent Rationales for the Performing Arts

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Title Social Capital, Communities and Recent Rationales for the Performing Arts
Author Adair, David Francis; Ferres, Kay
Publication Title International Conference on Engaging Communities
Editor Dave Gardiner and Katie Scott
Year Published 2005
Place of publication Brisbane (Online)
Publisher Department of Communities and Main Roads, Queensland Government
Abstract Researchers, practitioners and government agencies have begun to look to social capital discourse to provide cogent and adaptable rationales for performing arts organisations. Following initial applications in the community arts, this work is now being undertaken across other public cultural and arts policy fields including the performing arts where the provision of cultural infrastructure is traditionally less tied to social service delivery. Using examples from Griffith University's Sustaining Culture' research project, this paper identifies theoretical and methodological issues entailed in these recent developments and considers their significance for social capital discourse as a way to conceptualise relations between performing arts organisations and their publics.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
ISBN 1 920719 03 2
Conference name International Conference on Engaging Communities
Location Brisbane
Date From 2005-08-14
Date To 2005-08-17
Date Accessioned 2006-01-16
Language en_AU
Faculty Faculty of Arts
Subject Performing Arts
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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