What copyright protections do choreographers have over their work?
- Steven Vargas
When choreography is created, is it protected by copyright? Yes and no.
Shaping a cultural economy
- Navina Jafa
How four dancers have used the pandemic to explore financial sustainability in the arts world.
New global free film series FILMS.DANCE announces launch
- BWW News Desk
Films.Dance will premiere a new short film every week free to the community, January 25—May 3, 2021.
The bite-size purana
- Hema iyer Ramani
Animation, catchy tunes, storytelling - Kutty Kahani has all the right ingredients to grab children’s attention.
The master’s distinct touch
G. Venu brought alive the nuances of Kalidasa’s Vikramorvaseeyam at the recent Koodiyattam mahotsavam.
Baryshnikov Arts announces digital season
- Peter Libbey
New work by Kyle Marshall, Bijayini Satpathy, Justin Hicks and others will debut throughout the spring.
When walls speak kalari
- Saraswathy Nagarajan
The new Centre for Performing Arts at Varkala, Kerala, sports large
murals depicting various performing arts specific to the State, done by
muralist Suresh Muthukulam under the guidance of auteur Adoor
From dives to Broadway, US arts aid offers ‘lifeline’ to devastated venues
- Bob Chiarito
Independent entertainment venues and theaters as well as many cultural
nonprofits can apply to the grants geared towards supporting rent and
#MeToo in the world of Kathak: Faults within guru-shishya parampara, dependence on teachers has led to culture of silence
- Saberi Misra
Though it does have its positives, the guru-shishya tradition
unfortunately stops us from moving towards a more progressive and open
community, where constructive discussions can take place without fearing
In pandemic, Lavani dancers are reclaiming the performing art form
- Ashish Kale