What ‘value’ South Asian arts in Britain?

@article{Singh2016WhatS,
  title={What ‘value’ South Asian arts in Britain?},
  author={Jasjit Singh},
  journal={South Asian Popular Culture},
  year={2016},
  volume={14},
  pages={155 - 165}
}
  • Jasjit Singh
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • South Asian Popular Culture
Abstract This article examines the historical and contemporary articulation of the ‘value’ of South Asian Arts in Britain. Having examined the development of minority arts in Britain and in particular ‘South Asian Arts’, I examine how South Asian arts organisations have presented the ‘cultural value’ of these arts to funders and participants. Taking ‘cultural value’ to refer to the value associated with engaging with and participating in art and culture (Crossick and Kaszynska, 13) this article… Expand
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