SOCIOECONOMIC CHALLENGES FACED BY PERFORMING ARTISTS DURING PANDEMIC (COVID-19)
Keywords:Artist, Performance, Pandemic, Perception, Gender
During the pandemic, artists faced many problems of varied nature related to health vise and socioeconomic changes whose significance hampered creation and its expression in a harmonized memory. The aim of the researcher is not only to promote art but to preserve it in writing and photography. The art institutes of Rawalpindi and Islamabad visited in order to do the writing and to capture data in relevance to the objectives of the research. The topic of the article is “Socioeconomic Challenges Faced by Performing Artists During Pandemic (COVID-19)”. The study aims to explore socioeconomic problems, and the challenges faced by artists during pandemics to advance the arts. Research uses the methods of case study by conducting in-depth interviews. The purpose of this research is to investigate and analyze these problems to comprehend their ramifications and provide effective tactics and interventions to assist performing artists during this critical era. By addressing the problem statement, this study aims to add to the body of knowledge and provide significant insights and recommendations for supporting the arts community's resilience, recovery, and long-term sustainability in the face of the pandemic's socioeconomic problems.
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