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“ANYBODY WHO CUTS HIMSELF OFF FROM THE CULTURAL GENIUS OF THE COUNTRY

HE LIVES IN CREATES A BARRIER WHICH MAKES IT DIFFICULT FOR HIM TO FUNCTION


EFFECTIVELY”

JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU.

THESIS SYNOPSIS ON
CENTRE FOR PERFORMING
ARTS
FOR THE PROMOTION OF
KUCHIPUDI.

SUBMITTED BY
LALITH ADITYA N
Y11APO117
B.ARCH IV/V
ANUCAP
“Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of
the soul.” - Plato

INTRODUCTION
• PERFORMING ARTS: The performing arts are those forms art which differ from the 
plastic arts insofar as the former uses the artist's own body, face, and presence as a
medium.

TYPES OF PERFORMING ARTS:


• Performing arts include the dance, music, opera, theatre, magic, Spoken word, circus
arts and musical theatre.
•DANCE:
DespiteDance
of being partart
is an of form
performing arts circus refers
that generally and magic cannot beof
to movement included in the
the body, usually
project scope. This is because, they demand special precautions and space
rhythmic and to music, used as a form of expression, social interaction or presented
in requirements for practice and
a spiritual or performance performances.
setting.
• Definitions of what constitutes dance are dependent on social, cultural, aesthetic,
artistic and moral constraints and range from functional movement (such as folk dance)
to virtuoso techniques such as ballet. Dance can be participatory, social or performed
for an audience. It can also be ceremonial, competitive or erotic.
• Dance does not leave behind clearly identifiable physical artifacts such as stone tools,
hunting implements or cave paintings. It is not possible to say when dance became part
of human culture.
• Dance has certainly been an important part of ceremony, rituals, celebrations and
entertainment since before the birth of the earliest human civilizations. Archeology
delivers traces of dance from prehistoric times such as the 9,000 year old Rock Shelters
of Bhimbetka paintings in India and Egyptian tomb paintings depicting dancing figures
from c. 3300 BC.

THEATRE IN INDIA: Theatre in India has experienced major changes during times
starting from earliest Sanskrit theatre to modern Indian theatre.

• Theatre in India started in narrative form, with recitation singing and dancing
becoming integral elements of it. This emphasis on narrative elements made our
theatre essentially theatrical right from the beginning. That’s why theatre in India has
encompassed all the other forms of literature and fine arts into its physical
representation: literature, mime, dance, movement all mixed into one and being called
“Natya-theatre in English”.

• There are three main categories of Indian theatre-Classical or Sanskrit theatre,


traditional or folk theatre, and the Modern theatre.

• There are said to be ten types of Sanskrit plays-Natya, Prakarna, Anka, Vyayoga,
Bhana, Samvakara, Vithi Prahasna, Dima and Ithangra.Natyashastra focuses only on
two of these types-Natya and Prakarna. And there are also subcategories.
FOLK THEATRE was the second phase of evolution of theatre in India. Indian folk theatre
can be broadly divided into two categories-Religious and Secular –giving birth to ritual
theatre and theatre of entertainment respectively. And they both influence each
other.Ramlila, Rasleela, Bhand, Nautanki and Wang Come under this ritual category.
POST INDEPENDENCE THEATRE IN INDIA has become far richer by suitable mixture
of different styles and techniques from Sanskrit, medieval and western theatre and is
given a new versatile broader approach at every level of creativity. Bitter harvest, Tumhari
Amrita, Mahatma v/s Gandhi are most famous plays of 19 th century.
MUSICAL THEATRE: is a form of theatre combining songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and
dance. The emotional content of the piece – humor, pathos, love, anger – as well as the
story itself, is communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects
of the entertainment as an integrated whole.
• Classical Indian musical theatre is a sacred art of the Hindu temple culture. It is
performed in different styles. The Sangeet Natak Academy currently confers classical
status on eight styles:
• Bharatanatyam
• Odissi
• Kuchipudi
• Kathak
• Mohiniyattam
• Kathakali
• Manipuri
• Sattriya

Bharatanatyam Kathakali Odissi Kuchipud

Kathak Mohiniyattam Manipuri Satt


MUSIC: The music of India includes multiple varieties of folk, popular, pop, & classical
music . India's classical music tradition, including Carnatic and Hindustani music, has a
history spanning millennia and developed over several eras. It remains fundamental to
the lives of Indians today as sources of spiritual inspiration, cultural expression and pure
entertainment. India is made up of several dozen ethnic groups, speaking their own
languages and dialects, having distinct cultural traditions.
• The two main traditions of classical music are Carnatic music, found predominantly in
the peninsular regions, and Hindustani music, found in the northern and central regions.
• Light classical or semi-classical music include the following genres: thumri, dadra,
ghazal, chaiti, kajri and tappa.
POPULAR MUSIC
• Film music
• The biggest form of Indian popular music is filmi, or songs from Indian films. The film
industry of India supported music by according reverence to classical music while
utilizing the western orchestration to support Indian melodies.
INDI-POP MUSIC
• Indian pop music, often known as Indi pop or Indi-pop, is based on an amalgamation of
Indian folk and classical music, and modern beats from different parts of the world.
ROCK & METAL MUSIC
• Raga rock is a term used to describe rock or pop music with a heavy Indian influence,
either in its construction, its timbre, or its use of instrumentation, such as the sitar and
tabla. Raga and other forms of classical Indian music began to influence many rock
groups during the 1960s; most famously The Beatles.
INDIAN ROCK
• The rock music "scene" in India is extremely small when compared to filmi or fusion
musicality "scenes" but has of recent years come into its own, achieving a cult status of
sorts.

Indian Classical music Indian POP Indian Rock music Indian


Raga and

Rock fusion
ABOUT PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE:
• A cluster of performance spaces, usually but not always under one roof, each possibly
designed for a specific purpose such as symphonic music or chamber music or theatre,
but multi-purpose as a whole.
• A multi-use performance space that is intended for use by various types of the
performing arts, including dance, music and theatre.
NEED: Performing arts function well in promoting culture and traditions of a place. And in
case of India that has a long history of culture and diverse traditions the PAC becomes a
requirement as these cultural values have provided India a global identity and recognition.
• Along with this there are other needs engaged with the growing artists as:
• To provide better opportunities.
• To provide nourishing environment
• To provide financial and moral support
•  To provide proper guidance and encouragement.
AIM: The Aim is to cater to the needs of technical aspects of all the performing arts
including Dance, Music and Theatre design to create a good product using my skills and
all college time’s architectural learning.
OBJECTIVES: There is a great need of such centers for entertainment balanced growth of
the society and to promote the rich Indian culture to maintain the identity and
vulnerability of our rich history.
• Understanding needs and technical aspects of all the performing arts including Dance,
Music and Theatre design to create a conducive environment for creating excellence.
• Designing with such architectural approach that can develop the interest and boost up
the creativity of the artists.
• Imbuing regional architectural character of the native land.
•  
OBJECTIVES EXTENDED
• Generating an aura of interest inside the built up with more interaction spaces formal
and informal, happening environment, green spaces and sittings.
• Enhancing more multi usage spaces including flexibility of spaces during design.
• Aim is to shape the built environment, envelopes/ enclosure of effective influences on
the users and with proper considerations of their interest and use patterns.
•  
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT:
• Collection of all traditional and contemporary dance forms under one roof.
• Establishment of an international platform to accomplish goals of social interactions
and promoting Indian culture.
• Designing something more appropriate that can better serve for all forms of performing
arts.
TENTATIVE
• Producing REQUIREMENTS:
something more interactive and more artistic to serve society well as an
• Large Auditorium for 1000 people
architect.
•• Workshops Rehearsal
Purposeful use spaces
of my skills and
and performance
creativity stages
with full inputs and passion.
• Library with all updates and history
• Interaction spaces as much required
• Sculpture court
• Exhibition areas
• Public amenities
• Multipurpose halls
• Instrument stores and lockers
• Administration
• Seminar rooms and recording rooms
• Conference hall
• Refreshment and canteen areas
• Dormitories (if required)
• Ticket counter and reception
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROJECT:

SOCIAL

 In every form of performing arts, the result of the effort of a single individual or
cluster of people so for good end product the proper training is required for each
individual.
 There is a strong feeling that no person be trained for any particular art; he or she
will have the necessary spark within himself or herself to become an artist. But the
need, for systematic training, has slowly made people accepting the concept of
formal training.

 The function of such an institute is to impart training in all forms of performing arts
except those which are not so comfortable to learn .i.e. circus and magic.
 
 Socially it is required to boost up the interest of the artists and mold them into fine
pieces for future.

PERSONNEL

 Amalgamation of creative thinking and good service facility is the demand of the
project. As performing arts have special attachments to every individual in some
way or the other, a good exposure will be felt while working.
LIST OF EXEMPLER STUDIES:

 NCPA-Mumbai
 IGNCA-Bangalore
 Triveni Kala Sangam(Delhi)
 Jawahar kala Kendra(Jaipur)

SOURCES AND COLLATION OF THE DATA:

 Articles from Google search engine.


 Articles from www.timTaramati-Baradariesofindia.com
 Articles from culutureopedia
 Web sites of PAC’s.-IGNCA,NCPA,NSD

SITE AND PROPOSAL :

• Looking to revive Kuchipudi, the Andhra Pradesh government is planning to set up an


academy dedicated exclusively to the promotion of the iconic dance form both at home
and abroad.

The state government has proposed to build the 'Kuchipudi Natyaramam' (Kuchipudi
dance academy) at Kuchipudi village in Krishna district in coastal Andhra, where the
dance form was born more than six centuries ago.
It should be a performing art centre for regular performances, seminar halls, a library,
a memorabilia store and a restaurant at the Natyaramam.

Links -
http://www.newswala.com/Hyderabad-
News/AP-State-to-set-up-Natyaramam-varsity-
to-promote-dance-15741.html

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/andhra-pradesh/andhra-prad
esh-govt-plans-academy-for-promoting-kuchipudi/article6948239.ec
e
http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/2015-02-
27/Kuchipudi-village-to-have-Natyaramam--134052

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