CONCEPT AND FORM THE PERFORMING ARTS FOR THE OPENING CEREMONIES OF SPORT EVENTS

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เอกรัตน์ รุ่งสว่าง (Ekkarat Rungsawang) สุรพล วิรุฬห์รักษ์ (Surapone Virulrak)

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This study explored the concepts and form in performing arts for the opening ceremonies of sports events in sport international including Olympic Games


            The findings reveal that the Olympic Games which have become a scheme for other secondary sport events. The study of the concept and form in performing arts for the opening ceremonies of sport events is divided into three phases: 1) The beginning phase whereby the cultural performances and the performances demonstrated simple sports practice and were integrated with arts and sport sciences; 2) The developing phase of which performing semiotics were implemented in the performances to add value to sports and to highlight cultural expressions leading to identity formation; and 3) The entertaining innovation phrase or the period of aesthetic expressions which add a variety in presentations by telling the story. Using technology and innovation to blend in with the diversity of the performing arts.


                    The performances in most opening ceremonies of sport events are one of interesting activities. They add value to the field of sports and the performances are considered a key diplomatic component with power and efficiency or Solf Power in communication of ideology. Moreover, they are seen as an honor of the events and their hosts.

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