Carnival - Currently no debate

General definition:

Carnival is historically an expression of rebirth or regeneration, originating through the doctrines of religion.  It is represented by a physical and psychological change of persona within an environment, with the aid of devices such as costume and music.

Carnival has, in many cultures worldwide, been used as a tool for telling stories through space, a Narrative Environment.  These stories may communicate ideas, views or concerns of a particular group or society, exemplified through form, scale and colour in masquerade, and song and melody in music.

(Victoria Lenzoi Lee)

Currently no practice associated to this term.