Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship

Issued by Goodwood Publishing, Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship (JoSTE) is an international, peer-reviewed, and scholarly journal aimed at being a platform for interdisciplinary researchers across the globe to develop and advance both theory and practice of tourism and entrepreneurship. JoSTE welcomes all well-developed papers exploring areas of tourism and entrepreneurship including papers in areas that may not directly be tourism and entrepreneurship based but concerning a topic of interest in the field of tourism and entrepreneurship, such as economics, marketing, business, management, sociology and statistics.

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Issued by Goodwood Publishing, Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship (JoSTE) is an international, peer-reviewed, and scholarly journal aimed at being a platform for interdisciplinary researchers across the globe to develop and advance both theory and practice of tourism and entrepreneurship. JoSTE welcomes all well-developed papers exploring areas of tourism and entrepreneurship including papers in areas that may not directly be tourism and entrepreneurship based but concerning a topic of interest in the field of tourism and entrepreneurship, such as economics, marketing, business, management, sociology and statistics.

Published
2022-10-26

Articles

Production of Shadow Puppet Performances in Building Artistic Entrepreneurship

Purpose: This research describes the efforts to promote entrepreneurial motivation through shadow puppet performances. Research Methodology: This research used a project-based approach, and the activities are initiated by: 1) diagnosing the problems of performing arts entrepreneurship, 2) creating art incubation designs, 3) implementing activity plans, and 4) evaluating activities through performances. The participants were students with educational backgrounds in dance, music, and fine arts at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, as well as partners in the Indigo Moon Theater, a community-based in London. Results: A production of shadow puppet performance art with a Jungle Book story can foster students’ entrepreneurial motivation, shown through paid performances and business planning sales of show packages, merchandise, and a shadow puppet workshop model for children and families. Limitations: This research cannot assist the participants in managerial work to continue their business. Contributions: This research contributes to developing art entrepreneurship in the performing arts field as part of Indonesia’s creative industry sub-sector.