Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers

Kelly, Veronica and Dixon, Robert (2006). Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers. In: Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers International Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, (). 6-7 December, 2006.

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Author Kelly, Veronica
Dixon, Robert
Title of paper Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers
Conference name Australian Modernities: Vernacular Performers and Consumers International Conference
Conference location The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Conference dates 6-7 December, 2006
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Poster
Abstract/Summary What kinds of modernities did Australians create, perform and consume in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries? We seek to explore relationships between various popular forms, practices and experiences of Australian modernity in its international contexts. These include visual cultures (arts, fashion, photography, craft and design); performance cultures and industries (live events, sport, dance, music, theatre); advertising; entertainment technologies (cinema, radio, gramophone), urban and architectural styles, and print cultures (middlebrow books, magazines, newspapers, comics).
Subjects 410102 Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Keyword modernities
Australia
visual arts
performance
drama
entertainment
writing
theatre
broadcasting
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Communication and Arts Publications
 
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