Aboriginal Contemporary Dance: Transforming Choreography with Bama Culture and Technology

Stevens, Monica 2019, Aboriginal Contemporary Dance: Transforming Choreography with Bama Culture and Technology, Master of Arts thesis, NIKERI Institute, Deakin University.

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Title Aboriginal Contemporary Dance: Transforming Choreography with Bama Culture and Technology
Author Stevens, Monica
Institution Deakin University
School NIKERI Institute
Faculty Faculty of Arts and Education
Degree type Research masters
Degree name Master of Arts
Thesis advisor Vincs, Kim
Barrett, EstelleORCID iD for Barrett, Estelle orcid.org/0000-0001-9112-249X
Martin, Brian
Date submitted 2019-08-23
Summary This research investigates how Aboriginal choreographers interweave cultural knowledge and Western dance techniques to produce Aboriginal contemporary dance. It considers technological innovations in contemporary dance practice generally, and argues that Aboriginal dance contributes and extends diversity, innovation and vibrancy to Australian dance.
Language eng
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 200319 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages
Socio Economic Objective 939901 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education
Description of original 119 p.
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Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30141014

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