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Migrants and living heritage 

Seminar on Thursday 14th September 2017 (9.30-13 AM)
International Cultural Centre Caisa, Mikonkatu 17 C Helsinki


What is living heritage or intangible cultural heritage? What kinds of traditions do migrants bring or take with them? What do people want to keep and change? How to safeguard traditions? What could my community add to the Wiki-Inventory for Living Heritage? These issues will be considered in the speeches and workshops of the seminar.


The seminar is free and open to all. It is hoped to attract participants who engage with culture, heritage and arts in their professional or personal life. The language of the seminar is English.


Organizers: International Cultural Centre Caisa, National Board of Antiquities (Museovirasto), Culture for All Service, Kassandra ry, Helinä Rautavaara museum


 

PROGRAMME


9.30 Welcome! Catia Suomalainen Pedrosa, CAISA
9.40 Living Heritage in Finland and the UNESCO Convention, Leena Marsio, National Board of Antiquities (video)
10.00 Commentary, Maryan Abdulkarim (video)
10.15 Annual festivals as living heritage: Durga puja in Helsinki, Somdatta Deb (video)
10.30 Personal History as a Basis for Art Making, Dzamil Kamanger (video)
10.45 Songs by artists from Street Soul studio
11.00 Coffee break


11.30 – 12.30 Workshops
1. How to safeguard and transmit living heritage? (Rosamaría Bolom, Catia Suomalainen-Pedrosa)
2. Make it visible! Wiki-inventory of living heritage (Hamza Amarouche, Leena Marsio)
3. Living culture in diaspora (Ilona Niinikangas, Somdatta Deb)
4. Arts and heritage (Julian Owusu, Rita Paqvalen)

12.30 Wrap-up of the workshops (video)
12.50 Concluding remarks
13.00 End of the seminar


More information
Leena Marsio, Coordinator of Intangible Heritage, National Board of Antiquities, Finland leena.marsio(at)museovirasto.fi +358 29533 6017

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