Research on Practice Modes of the ‶Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritors Research and Training Program" －A Case Study on the Practice of the Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University in the “Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritors Research and Training Program”－
Open Access Chinese
Published: 31 Jan 2020 Journal: 非文字資料研究 = The study of nonwritten cultural materials, volume 19, pages 119-130 (issn: 2432-5481, Copyright policy)
Into the 21st century, the Chinese government has actively developed and implemented a series of protective measures against intangible cultural heritage and achieved remarkable results in the world. After nearly 20 years of development, China has developed from the elementary stage of “providing rescue and protection and building regulatory frameworks”, to the present in-depth stage of “consolidating rescue and protection achievements and improving the level of heritage protection”, in work of intangible cultural heritage protection. Meanwhile, Chinaʼs heritage protection has also been crystallized into the “Chinese experience”, which has helped China to accomplish pioneering undertaking. Based on the pilot project “Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritors Research and Training Program” in 2015, this paper analyzes the modes of the Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University in implementing this pilot project to extract the “experience of Tsinghua University” with exemplary significance and promotion value, in hope of providing some useful reference for other universities involved in this research and training program to make innovation with their own characteristics.