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New models of facilitating participatory dance events

Researchers (4)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  14493  PhD Drago Kunej  Ethnology  Researcher  2022 - 2024  394 
2.  22274  PhD Rebeka Kunej  Ethnology  Head  2022 - 2024  213 
3.  27582  Anja Serec Hodžar    Technical associate  2022 - 2024  72 
4.  34361  PhD Ana Vrtovec Beno  Ethnology  Researcher  2022 - 2024  69 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0618  Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts  Ljubljana  5105498000  63,100 
Abstract
The project’s main objective is to strengthen the capacity and knowledge in the museum and the cultural heritage sector's work on dancing as intangible cultural heritage (ICH), as a current contemporary facilitation practice, and to establish new or renewed models for participatory dance events as a co-creative process in call from heritage communities. This project aims to develop innovative methods, processes, and arenas for participatory folk dancing as ICH of the 21st century. It aims to trigger new ways of acting and thinking about facilitation of ICH, to develop and reinforce the capacity of the European cultural heritage professionals. Innovation plays a key role in establishing sustainable structures to ensure that future generations feel affiliated to European cultural heritage in a participative, bottomup manner. Dance as ICH is calling for a renewal of the exhibition towards events of practice, and where the traditional role of researchers, curators, administrators and others are challenged. In such, innovation is necessary and a natural part of the customization and adaption to new era. The project will produce • four hybrid workshops including expert meetings to share, discuss and develop new ideas based on good examples of dissemination of dance as ICH • five case studies with fieldwork reports in five of the partner countries to develop sustainable facilitator model(s) of cooperation with dance heritage communities • implementation of the new concept of events of practice exhibition over a period of 6 months parallel in 5 of 6 countries, • a closing conference, • a research publication of 300 pages • digital toolbox consisting of; guidelines of facilitating dance as ICH and handbook of creating events of practice exhibition. • disseminate to national and international networks A total of 35. 000 – 40.000 persons will benefit from this project, being cultural workers, visitors in museums and members of cultural heritage communities.
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