Places and intangi- organisations. As several research- omy between tangible and intangible ble events of heritage are given value by ers have begun to document, online heritage needs re-thinking, and indeed, the act of naming them heritage and forums such as YouTube, Flickr and I posit all heritage is intangible. In and cultural narratives, and the work particular, Pietrobruno docu- that these narratives do in maintaining ments how YouTube has allowed a or negotiating societal values and the number of diferent expressions and hierarchies that these underpin.
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Special issue, International Museum International, 56 : Journal of Heritage Studies, 16 An added advantage of working with ICH instead of inventing your own participatory practice is that ICH almost always has individuals, groups, or communities that are already engaged. The heritage is already alive, you do not have to make it so. On its website , the ICH and Museum Project I mentioned brings together a series of articles, videos, and references that help you to take a deep dive into intangible cultural heritage.
There are also quite some case studies you can steal from for inspiration.
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If, however, you feel daunted by the prospect of going through UNESCO conventions, bear with me as at the start of there will both be an introductory book and toolkit by my hand that makes the topic accessible to museum professionals. Intangible cultural heritage challenges a museum to shift its perspective from the object to human ingenuity more broadly. Although this may change the actual activities of the museum considerably — for instance, from exhibitions to performances, from material to community research — museums will find that intangible cultural heritage is not as alien to their core mission as it may appear at first.
Photo by janmennens. In Belgium, something as simple and delicious as eating fries is living heritage.
Jasper Visser is an international consultant and facilitator specialized in digital transformation and community leadership in cultural and civic organizations. He helps organizations connect with their audience and facilitates community and cocreation processes. Jasper has extensive experience in the cultural and heritage sectors and social institutions.
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