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Evolving Synergies

Celebrating Dance in Singapore, 1st Edition

Edited by Stephanie Burridge, Caren Cariño

Routledge India

252 pages

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Paperback: 9780815369431
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This book, Evolving Synergies: Celebrating Dance in Singapore, is a noteworthy contribution to the discourse of the Singapore dance scene. It discusses the evolution of Singapore's dance landscape, and its place in the city-state's social, cultural and historical development.

Table of Contents

1. The Evolving Cultural Ecology through Dance 2. Chinese Dance: Cultural Resources and Creative Potentials 3. The Matrix of Cultural Identities in Indian 4. To Live, to Dance, to Be: Two Decades of Singapore Dance Theatre and Beyond 5. Creative Dance Education: A Personal Account 6. Youthopia: Dance and Young People in the Lion City 7. Dancing with Community 8. Looking Out: International Focus 9. Regional Networks and Cultural Exchange 10. Dance and New Media 11. Interconnections: An Overview of Contemporary Dance Scene from the 1990s to the Present

About the Editors

Stephanie Burridge is Adjunct Lecturer, Singapore Management University, Lasalle College of the Arts (Singapore).

Caren Cariño is Head of Department and Principal Lecturer (Dance) at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA).

About the Series

Celebrating Dance in Asia and the Pacific

Celebrating Dance in Asia and the Pacific is a series that presents the views of eminent scholars, journalists and commentators alongside the voices of a new generation of choreographers working from tradition to create new forms of expression in contemporary dance. It documents and celebrates these artistic journeys that work within the framework of rich and complex cultural heritages. Future titles in this series include India, Taiwan, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. The Series is published by Routledge and supported by the World Dance Alliance Asia-Pacific.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ART / Popular Culture
ART / Performance
DRAMA / General
PERFORMING ARTS / Dance / General