Fifty Years On: Arts Funding in Kerala Today

  title={Fifty Years On: Arts Funding in Kerala Today},
  author={Diane Daugherty},
  journal={Asian Theatre Journal},
  pages={237 - 252}
  • D. Daugherty
  • Published 1 September 2000
  • History
  • Asian Theatre Journal
This article examines the funding of three performing arts of Kerala, considered India's most progressive state. The data collected by Diane Daugherty during the yearlong Golden Jubilee celebration of Indian independence reveal that while the level of support was woefully inadequate, Kerala is on the right track in its approach to tourism and the arts. 
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