From subject to producer: reframing the indigenous heritage through cultural documentation training
Seeking tangible benefits from linking culture, development and intellectual property
Bakoni craftwork on display in the museum
Ann Tome (right) interviews a Maasai community member during fieldwork training exercises for the Community Cultural Documentation programme;
Ann Tome prepares to use the digital audio recorder provided by WIPO at the opening ceremony of the Community Cultural Documentation programme;
Maasai community members, including Ole Tingoi (centre) at the hand-over of IT equipment from WIPO to the Maasai community as part of the Community Cultural Documentation programme;
Kiprop Lagat, Wend Wendland, Ole Tingoi and Ann Tome discuss documentary training methods and aims during the cultural documentation field school at the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress;
Ole Tingoi (right) interviews a vendor at the Sunday farmers’ market in Durham during fieldwork exercises for the cultural documentation field school at the Center for Documentary Studies.
John Ole Tingoi and Anne Tome Sintoyia receiving training from Chris Sims, CDS, on the use of camera equipment.
John Ole Tingoi and Anne Tome Sintoyia receiving training from Chris Sims, CDS, on the use of camera equipment, CDS, September 2008.