Oral Traditions and Expressions
Crossing Cultures through the Intangible Heritage: an Educational Programme about Migration in Greece
Intangible Heritage: A Pacific Case Study at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
The Difficulties of Interpreting Mediterranean Voices: Exhibiting Intangibles Using New Technologies
Linking the Present with the Past through Intangible Heritage in History Museums
A performance by one of the participating groups on the stage in the exhibition.
A display of products which bear the brand name ‘Arirang’.
A visual showing someone from one of the participating communities.
A space where visitors could listen to versions of Arirang.
An immigrant tells a story about a family heirloom.
An immigrant informant narrates her own life story in the school class.
An immigrant student describes the trip of an immigrant who travelled from Skiathos to United States in 1895.
Example of a photo-mosaic depicting the cultural environment from which children are derived
The pair of golden earrings.
Each exhibit was accompanied by a relative short story which was written by the students.
Layout of the exhibition space.
Exhibition introduction label graphic
Tongan, Niuean and Samoan dance costumes worn at Polyfest.
Belau dance costume in the foreground
Dance skirt, dance belt and breast plate
The section of the exhibition that featured stories about the traditions observed by communities that border the turnpike.
A general illustration for the exhibition.
An image of the sideboard whose drawers represented different family traditions and displayed foodstuffs, spices, and utensils used in the preparation or consumption of each.
The section of the exhibition that juxtaposed a TV tray and frozen dinner with a TV showing movie and television excepts of family dinners and raised issues relating to the viability of the family dinner in contemporary society.
A photograph of "the pile" as the debris at the World Trade Center site was called by the rescue workers as well as a hard hat and boots given to the Historical Society's historian during the oral history interview she did with one of the workers.
A photograph of a group of the first responders from New Jersey, volunteers who answered the call for help at the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th.
This one depicts the introductory area of our "Teenage New Jersey" exhibition.
The section of the exhibition that displayed photos and told stories relating to the chow mein noodles sold to benefit the Japanese community's Buddhist temple in Seabrook, New Jersey.