Hot Stones and Cool Digitals: Sustainable Contact Zones for Intangible Cultural Heritage in Finland
Why Local Governments Matters in Implementing the UNESCO 2003 Convention: the Case for ICCN
Altai Kazakh falconry as ‘heritage tourism’: the Golden Eagle Festivals of Western Mongolia
A panel discussion about heritage archives in progress during a community theme day.
Archive of contemporary artefacts from the community,accompanied by personal narratives.
Artefacts, ephemera and ICH on the Haloo Akseli digital archive.
Children and community participants at a digitisation workshopat the Gallen-Kallela Museum.
An artefact accompanied by a personal narrative.
Students visiting the Light is History ‘contact zone’ inHakaniemi Market Square, Helsinki.
Opening of the second ICCN Festival.
Field Trip from the ICCN Conference.
Tango performance at the first ICCN Festival.
Street parade at the Gangneung Danoje festival.
The ICCN Conference.
Street parade during the first ICCN Festival.
Jojeonje morning ritual at the Gangneung Danoje festival.
The International Women's Forum at the second ICCN Festival.
Audience at the Ulgii Festival in 2012.
A tamed adult golden eagle.
The eagle ‘recall’ contest at the Ulgii Festival in 2012.
Local shops selling traditional arts and crafts at the Ulgii Festival in 2012.
The Master Komarkhan, one of the most famous eagle hunters, taken at the Ulgii Festival in 2006.
Kok-Bal (traditional wrestling on horseback) at the Ulgii Festival in 2012.
2-week old eaglet captured by S-11.
Eagle hunters (S-11 and S-22) at work.
Cover of Kimono-salon, Spring 2011, featuring a popular TV anchor-woman in a kimono.
Feature entitled ‘The cutest hair arrangements for novice Yukata wearers’.
A piece of Kijoka-no-Basho-fu woven on a loom.
At the Bingata artist event, Sachiko Yafuso (right), a craftswoman, explains how to make Bingata.