IRCI held a Symposium on Intangible Cultural Heritage
On 17th February, IRCI and Sakai City held a symposium on intangible cultural heritage in the Asia-Pacific region at Sakai City Museum. This symposium was consisted of two parts: reports of the researches done under the conduct of IRCI and a panel discussion on the future perspective of intangible cultural heritage. About 45 participants, citizens and researchers, came to hear the symposium.
(This activity was planned in order to facilitate activities planned in accordance with the IRCI mid-term plan approved by the 1st IRCI Governing Board Meeting.)
Fujii Tomoaki, Director General of IRCI gives an opening speech.
Director General of IRCI (leftmost person) moderates the panel.
- Research Data Collection
- Creation of Research Forum
- Natural hazards
- COVID-19 Pandemic
- Endangered ICH
- Legal systems
- Workshop/Working sessions
- Field research
- Governing Board Meetings