Posts Tagged ‘censure’

Questions, by Sonia Arienta

In the order of cultural politics concerning theatre and, especially the operatic one, it seems interesting to ask ourselves what are the choices taken by the institutions at national and local level. What are the ideas, the concepts, the peculiar leading lines of certain historic age and a certain political contexts. What kind of consequences they involve in a long period perspective. What kind of interferences, impulses, obstacles, supports, difficulties spring out between cultural operators and institutions. What may indicate the negligence and the general indifference shown towards vital sector for the intellectual development of a Country and in the individual ones. In the social relations, in the evolution and in the improvement of every citizen. It should be suitable that everyone thinks about the offers of cultural products available in the area and in the Country where he lives.
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Collateral effects, by Sonia Arienta

Here is the second appointment with Sonia Arienta‘s column.
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Ingredients

Before buying food products or clothes read labels is anyway recommended. Ingredients or tissue’s composition beware buyer about items quality. Why not to be so scrupulous in considering cultural products ingredients? After all they involve very close up to our body, brain in the case in point, organ fairly important for living creatures in the general and humans in particular.
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Collateral effects, by Sonia Arienta

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From today begin the meetings with the italian musicologist Sonia Arienta, who offers us a series of reflections about cultural politics immediate and future effects, concerning especially operatic world, and their collateral effects.
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Here’s the first article:

Collateral effects.

There are different censure’s typologies. The most unequivocal and intrusives ones, namely prohibitions and bans imposed by national governments and institutions over the centuries and still existing nowadays at different latitudes, there are not the most wicked ones. Not at all. As they are patent, they allow specialists (authors, musicians, composers, writers, artists) and audience to protect themself, to react, to find creative solutions circumventing them…
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