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Development of Show Arts Industry in Indonesia

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.8, No. 2)

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Page : 674-676

Keywords : traditional performing arts; creative business; performing arts;

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Indonesia's creative economic statistics in 2016 state that from 2010 to 2015, the amount of creative economy GDP has increased by an average of 10.14% annually, namely from Rp 525.96 trillion to Rp 852.24 trillion. This value contributes to the national economy ranging from 7.38% to 7.66%, which is dominated by three sub-sectors, namely culinary with 41.69%, fashion 18.15%, and craft 15.70%. The contribution of the performing arts is 0.26% of all contributions from the creative economy. Performing arts are divided into 3 categories, namely dance, theater and music, all of which move in traditional spaces, commercial and artistic experimentation (which are varied and freely categorized into 'modern' and 'contemporary' terms or genres). Traditional performing arts are one of the categories that are inherent in culture and noble values in society. But now traditional performing arts experience a phase of decline in the product life cycle. technology improvement that is able to encourage creative industries, especially in the performing arts sector, business actors in this sector must be able to use technology wisely and package it more attractive without losing the cultural values that are the hallmark of this creative industry.

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