Lookup NU author(s): Gerard Corsane
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Following a brief reminder of UNESCO’s instruments that promote “heritage and creativity” as cornerstones for future sustainable “vibrant, innovative and prosperous knowledge societies”, this paper outlines the considered pillars and characteristics of the ‘ecomuseum ideal’. It explores if these are useful for small museums wishing to promote community involvement and sustainability in integrated heritage management for the future. The illustration of the ‘turtle’ will be used to symbolize the importance of viewing the management of intangible and tangible heritage ‘holistically’. The paper includes some personal reflections on the work being undertaking on Jeju Island to promote haenyeo heritage and culture.
Author(s): Corsane G
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: 5th Yeongwol International Museum Forum: Sustainability of Community and Future Museums. 2017 영월 국제박물관포럼: 지역사회 상생과 박물관의 미래상
Year of Conference: 2017
Number of Volumes: 2
Print publication date: 14/09/2017
Acceptance date: 18/08/2017
Publisher: Yeongwol County 영월군청