In Conversation with an Artist Activist
Dr Anita Ratnam, Indian classical and contemporary dancer and choreographer; and cultural activist
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During her fly-in fly-out visit to Kuala Lumpur, Dr Anita Ratnam managed to make time for an interview to tell about her cultural activism to help the arts thrive in her part of the woods. She points to the necessity of preserving culture and shares on the need for performing artists to be entrepreneurial and not wait for the government, politicians or even philanthropists to come to their aid.
Produced by: Lim Soon Heng
Presented by: Lim Soon Heng
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Categories: Film, Performing Arts, History, People and Places, Visual Arts
Tags: cultural preservation, activism in the arts, women in the arts, feminism in the arts, Indian classical dance, front row, the bigger picture,