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From poachers to gamekeepers? The radical origins of UK carnival and processional arts and their movement into mainstream cultural policy.

12.12.2011 · Posted in Carnival

A piece of academic writing about the development of artist-led carnivals and processions since their re-invention as a feature of the radical 1960s alternative theatre movement. How have the performance vocabularies of this movement influenced the development of mainstream cultural policies which use street arts, processions, circus and spectacle as a strategy for public engagement? How are carnival, procession and outdoor arts used as a tool for urban and economic regeneration and the delivery of social policy?

Outdoor Arts

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