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Safeguarding the 'path of the souls' : the Don Bosco Museum of Cultures
Free standing dry-stone-walling at Matendera, and the crown of the kopje from which the granite used to build the monument was sourced.
Traditional performances during the Matendera festival.
Participants showing traditional dishes they have prepared for the cooking competition.
Traditional dances performed by school children from nearby schools.
Museums in the programme built partnerships with community organisations.
Puppets in the Museo internazionale delle marionette Antonio Pasqualino.
Traditional cooking demonstration at Gilan Rural Museum in Iran.
An artisan making an umbrella in the WorkmanshipDemonstration Pavilion of the ACMC.
Two artisans making a pair of scissors in the WorkmanshipDemonstration Pavilion of the ACMC.
An exhibition at the Hangzhou Arts and Crafts Museum Master Workshop ofthe ACMC.
A scene in the Knives, Scissors, and Swords Museum of the ACMC.
Certificate of authentication used by the collective of Fine Ramie Weavers of Hansan Region (모시).
A visit to Gijisi Juldarigi Museum in Korea reveals some extraordinary safeguarding methods, both digital and manual, for a folk game, a form of Tug-of-war.
Royal festivities in Foumban, Cameroon.
Angklung Buhun played by the residents of Kanekes Village, Banten Province, Indonesia.
Demonstration of fine ramie weaving, Hansan regon in South Chungcheong Province. Photo: Seocheon County Hall.
The chanting procession, with the women, taking part, going to the exhibition hall of the Don Bosco Museum of Cultures.
The ‘path of the souls’, the imaginary line that divides a village into north and south, represented by a showcase in the exhibition hall.
The moment before the human remains were placed in the ‘path of the souls’ showcase.
Agostinho Eibajiwu and Ailton Meri Ekureu sing and dance around the human remains in the entrance hall of the Don Bosco Museum of Cultures.
The chief chanter, Helinho Kuruguga, performing the Roia Kurireu (the great chant).
Liberio Uiagomeareu, Kleber Meri Tororeu and Orlando Kuira preparing the human remains for the chanting ritual in the entrance hall of the Don Bosco Museum of Cultures.
A view of some of the traditional homesteads of the Bakoni people.
The decorative motifs are based on plants and animals.
Cultural demonstrators performing a traditional dance at the museum.