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  • Author:
    Petra Kuppers
  • ISBN:
    0415392284
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415392280
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    Routledge (April 19, 2007)
  • Pages:
    252 pages
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    Performing Arts
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Petra Kuppers is a community artist, a disability culture activist and Associate Professor of English, Theatre and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan

Petra Kuppers is a community artist, a disability culture activist and Associate Professor of English, Theatre and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan. She is the author of Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge, 2003, and The Scar of Visibility: Medical Performances and Contemporary Art, 2007.

Petra Kuppers (born 1968) is a community performance artist and a disability culture activist. She is a Professor of English, Women's Studies, Theatre and Art and Design, teaching mainly in Performance Studies and Disability Studies, at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and she serves on the faculty of Port Townsend's Goddard College MFA program in Interdisciplinary Arts.

It is both a classroom-friendly textbook and a handbook for the practitioner, perfectly answering the needs of a field where teaching is orientated around practice. Petra Kuppers has drawn on her vast personal experience and a wealth of inspiring case studies to create a book that will engage and help to develop the reflective community arts practitioner.

Petra Kuppers is a community artist, a disability culture activist and Associate Professor of English, Theatre and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan

Petra Kuppers is a community artist, a disability culture activist and Associate Professor of English, Theatre and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan.

Community Performance: An Introduction. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780415392280, 0415392284. It is both a classroom-friendly textbook and a handbook for the practitioner, perfectly answering the needs of a field where teaching is orientated around practice. This book can be used as a standalone text or together with its companion volume, The Community Performance Reader, to provide an excellent introduction to the field of community arts practice.

Community Performance: An Introduction Petra Kuppers Taylor . The book can be used as a standalone text or together with its companion volume.

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Community Performance: An Introduction is a comprehensive and accessible practice-based primer for students and practitioners of community arts, dance and theatre.It is both a classroom-friendly textbook and a handbook for the practitioner, perfectly answering the needs of a field where teaching is orientated around practice.

Offering a toolkit for students interested in running community arts groups, this book includes:

international case-studies and first person stories by practitioners and participants sample exercises, both practical and reflective study questions excerpts of illustrative material from theorists and practitioners.

This book can be used as a standalone text or together with its companion volume, The Community Performance Reader, to provide an excellent introduction to the field of community arts practice. Petra Kuppers has drawn on her vast personal experience and a wealth of inspiring case studies to create a book that will engage and help to develop the reflective community arts practitioner.