Copyright for Choreography: When is Copying a Dance a Copyright Violation?
- Laura Kees
"The 'choreographic work' standard is the ultimate dividing line between
a copyrightable piece of art and a simple set of movements that cannot
be copyrighted. But exactly where this line is drawn is the basis for
many copyright-related lawsuits."
Re-imagining the University
- Dr. Kaustavi Sarkar
How can one find resilience in loss of livelihood? This article hopes to
model an institutional solution to the pandemic by creating communities
of practice across sectors - higher education and gig economy.
How modern India reinvented classical dance
- Jawahar Sircar
Sircar takes a look at the evolution of ancient Indian dance forms that
accentuated classical traditions while also reconditioning them for
The Anjali Yathi
- M Subhashini Vijay Santhanam
Arrangement of rhythmic percussive syllables to match a pattern that pictorially represents a shape or object is called a Yathi.
How White Russian ballet dancers sparked a revolution in China's dance scene
- Paul French
After Anna Pavlova enchanted Shanghai audiences, every foreign mother
wanted her daughter trained by Russian dancers, whose influence on
modern Chinese ballet would be long lasting.
Moments of Note
- Sunil Kothari
About the memorable moments experienced during a lifelong association with the NCPA.