Intagible Heritage, Tourism, and Cultural Sustainability in Indonesia: Re-creating Performing Art do Global Audiences and Communities

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Santosa, Soewarlan Intagible Heritage, Tourism, and Cultural Sustainability in Indonesia: Re-creating Performing Art do Global Audiences and Communities. -. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This paper suggests that re-creating performing arts for tourism programs can be a means of generating sustainability for cultural heritage. When performed, arts represent the essence of intangible heritage in new format and manifestation. To revive meanings performing artists incorporate elements of various source – nature, legend, music, dance, and costume – and forge them into a cohesive unit for performance. In doing so, they use principles in conventional heritage and develop meaningful values not only for audiences in sourrouding areas but also for domestic and international tourists who aspire to new cultural heritage. Artists preserve the ‘spirit’ of the local heritage and express it to covey new content in a suitable artistis mode. As an example of this project that focuses on Indonesia, this paper examines how performing artists transform heritage values in traditional performing arts to become new interests in art for tourists who seek for pleasure and cultural attractions. Keywords: intangible heritage, tourism, sustainability, global audiences, performing arts

Type: Article
Not controling keyword: intangible heritage, tourism, sustainability, global audiences, performing arts
Subject: 1. ISI Surakarta > Etnomusikologi
Divisions: ISI Surakarta > ISI Surakarta
User deposit: UPT. Perpustakaan
Datestamp: 13 Oct 2017 08:13
Last mod: 13 Oct 2017 08:13
URI: http://repository.isi-ska.ac.id/id/eprint/1616

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