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http://www.kalamandal.org

+ 91294 -2560891
bhanubharti47@yahoo.co.in


Date of creation: 1952
Budget: US$175000
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, a non-commercial registered society, was founded in the picturesque City of Udaipur in 1952 for preservation and dissemination of folklore and folk arts.
From its humble beginning, the Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal today stands in 3000sq. meters of land and houses as puppet training centre with puppet theatre, a research and documentation wing which undertakes research in folk lore and culture , an open air theatre with 3000 seating capacity and a museum that displays original and genuine pieces of folk art and craft .
Over 50,000 people visit the museum every year. the performances of dance and puppet ensembles of Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal have won world over acclaim , including the first prize in traditional puppetry during an international festival held in Budapest in 1965

India / Inde


Instituto Aragonés de Antropología - IAA
Edificio de Servicios de La Universidad de Zaragoza
C./Domingo Miral, 4.
50009 Zaragoza
SPAIN
http://antropologiaaragonesa.org/
976 761 000 extensión 3622
info@antropologiaaragonesa.org

 

El IAA es la asociación que reúne a los antropólogos aragoneses. Pertenece a la Federación de Asociaciones de Antropología del Estado Español (FAAEE).

Spain / Espagne

Instituto Costarricense de Turismo
San José
COSTA RICA
http://www.visitcostarica.com/ict/paginas/ict.asp?ididioma=1

 

 

Costa Rica / Costa Rica

Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses - IEA
C/ Parque, 10
Huesca E-22002
SPAIN
http://www.iea.es/
+34 974 294 120
iea@iea.es

Date of creation: 1949

El Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses fundado en el año 1949 como Instituto de Estudios Oscenses, es un organismo autónomo de la Diputación Provincial de Huesca desde el año 1977 y está vinculado al Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.

Su finalidad es la defensa, estudio, investigación y divulgación de la cultura y recursos de la provincia de Huesca. Para la consecución de estos fines, el IEA dirige su actuación al cumplimiento de las siguientes tareas:

* Defensa del patrimonio cultural altoaragonés
* Estudio e investigación de la cultura y recursos del Alto Aragón
* Divulgación de la cultura altoaragonesa
* Coordinación con otras entidades de carácter análogo


Spain / Espagne

Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes
Paseo del Revellín, nº 30
51001 CEUTA
SPAIN
http://www.ieceuties.org
956 51 00 17 / 956 51 08 10
iec@ieceuties.org

Date of creation: 1971

El Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes fue creado por el Ayuntamiento de Ceuta en junio de 1969. Al año siguiente se incorporó al Patronato "José María Cuadrado", del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. En 1981 se adhiere a la Confederación Española de Centros de Estudios Locales, quedando adscrito definitivamente al CSIC.
Desde su creación en 1971 y hasta 1986, el Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes gestionaba también la Sala Municipal de Arqueología, precedente inmediato del Museo de Ceuta y, a través de ella, cumplía con la función de velar por el patrimonio histórico-artístico de la ciudad.
Actualmente el IEC tiene por objeto cualquier tema relacionado con la Ciudad Autónoma de Ceuta y su entorno, para lo cual se han constituido cuatro secciones: Historia y Arqueología, Ciencias Sociales, Ciencias y Arquitectura, Literatura, Música y Artes Plásticas.

Spain / Espagne

Instituto de pesquisa e formação em educação indígena - IEPE

Rua Eduardo Nunes, 138 – Vila Sônia

05625-110 São Paulo, SP
BRAZIL
+55 11 3746 7912
iepe@superig.com.br


Domains:
- Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Société civile à but non lucratif en activité au Nord du pays, qui a comme finalités: la recherche et la formation pour l’éducation des peuples indigènes du Brésil; la valorisation et la diffusion des cultures de ces peuples; la gestion territoriale et de l’environement; la recherche en anthropologie appliquée; l’accompagnement des politiques publiques pour la qualité de vie des peuples indigènes; la diffusion de toute information relative à ses finalités.

Brazil / Brésil

Instituto Flavio Gutierrez
Rua Pernambuco, 622 – Funcionários
CEP 30130-151 Belo Horizonte, MG
BRAZIL
+55 31 32 61 61 79
icfgutierrez@terra.com.br;welington@icfg.org.br

Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Entité à but non lucratif consacrée au développement de projets muséologiques et muséogrphiques, tels que le Musée de l’Oratoire et le Musée des Art et Métiers, et à des projets dans les domaines du patrimoine culturel, de l’éducation et de la culture.


Brazil / Brésil

Instituto Socio-ambiental - ISA
Av. Higienópolis, 901 – Higienópolis
01238-001 São Paulo, SP
BRAZIL
tel: +55 11 3515 8900
isa@socioambiental.org

Date of creation: 2001
Domains:
- Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
Measures:
- preservation, protection

Association à but non lucratif, qualifiée comme Organisation de la Société Civile d’Intérêt Public (OSCIP) depuis 21.9.2001, qui se propose à elaborer des solutions intégrées aux questions sociales et de l’ environnement, et qui a comme finalité prioritaire la défense de biens et droits sociaux , collectifs et difus, concernant l’environement, le patrimoine culturel, les droits humains et des peuples.

Brazil / Brésil

Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica
Campus de la Sede Central, Cartago
Apartado 159-7050 Cartago
COSTA RICA
2552-5333
archivo@itcr.ac.cr

 

 

Costa Rica / Costa Rica

Instituut voor Vlaamse Volkskunst vzw
Markt 40 bus 4
9160 LOKEREN
BELGIUM
http://www.instituutvlaamsevolkskunst.be
info@instituutvlaamsevolkskunst.be;ivv.secretariaat@telenet.be

Date of creation: 1964

Budget: US$60000
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Flemish folk music, flag waving, traditional costumes
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education


Founded in 1964. First activities concentrated on research and safeguarding of traditional femish folkdances abd the appropriate dance music. Later on, flag waving and traditional costumes were added as study objectives, resulting in more than 40 book publications.

Belgium / Belgique

Inter-City Cooperation Network for Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage - ICCN
(210-703) 1001 Hongje-dong,
Gangneung, Gangwon-do
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.iccn.or.kr
+82 33 640 5586
gogidae@yahoo.co.kr; iccn@gangneung21.net

Date of creation: 2004
Measures:
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- revitalization

The initiative for the creation of the Inter-City Cooperation Network for Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage was started at an International Round Table of Mayors on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage which was held in Gangneung City, Republic of Korea, from June 15 to 17, 2004. In 2005, International Workshop of Local Government Administrators which was also held in Gangneung City adopted its Charter. The network held an International Workshop in 2006 and 2007 and will hold International Round Table of Mayors in Egypt in 2008.

Mains activities:
- the organisation of regular (bi-annual or tri-annual) round tables of local government leaders to encourage and facilitate practical discussion on ways to improve the work carried out in the member localities to safeguard local expressions and practices of ICH,
- the promotion of cultural mapping as an essential tool in identifying the intangible cultural heritage and in creating inventories and databases of this heritage and in prioritising the required actions and policies to safeguard this heritage
- the organisation of regular and results-oriented training workshops for local government administrators, cultural heritage professionals and custodians/practitioners to build safeguarding capacity in areas identified to be of importance
- the promotion of personal exchanges for hands-on learning and sharing experiences relating to cultural policies for development and safeguarding the intangible heritage


Republic of Korea / République de Corée

International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives - IASA
c/o Radio Archive
Swedish Broadcasting Resources
SE-1010 Stockholm
SWEDEN
http://www.iasa-web.org
+46 8 784 15 35
gunnel.jonsson@srf.se

Date of creation: 1969
Budget: US$58500
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Government documents, radio, forensics
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education
- copyright and ethics

IASA has about 400 members from more than 60 countries representing a broad palette of audiovisual archives and personal interests which are distinguished by their focus on particular subjects and areas. Collections may exist in many sound and moving image formats. IASA supports the exchange of information and fosters international co-operation between audiovisual archives and others interested in the field. A yearly conference gives members the opportunity to meet and discuss current and ongoing issues in the sound and moving image field. The Executive Board, elected once every three years, oversees the business of IASA. Sections and Committees are responsible for developing the work of IASA. They deal with specific areas and provide excellent opportunities for information exchange and discussion. The IASA publications scope from eBulletin, a journal to books on digitization and dissemination.


France / France

International Centre for Folklore and Culture
Thrikaripur,
Kasargod District
INDIA

 

 

India / Inde

International Centre for the Arts, Lagos - ICAL
NIGERIA
ajibloecr@yahoo.com; ayanwaledrum@yahoo.com

 

Oral and Written Literature, Theatre

Nigeria / Nigeria

International Council for Traditional Music - ICTM
School of Music
The Australian National University Building 100
Canberra
ACT 0200
AUSTRALIA
www.ictmusic.org

+61-2 6125 1449

secretariat@ictmusic.org


Date of creation: 1947
Budget: US$92050
Domains:
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Was founded on 22 September 1947, in London, England by scholars and musicians as the International Folk Music Council. Ralph Vaughan Williams became its first president, followed by Jaap Kunst, Zoltan Kodaly, Willard Rhodes, Klaus P.Wachsmann, Poul Rovsing Olsen, Erich Stockmann, Anthony Seeger, Krister Malm and currently, Adrienne L. Kaeppler.
In 1949, the Council was one of the founding members of the International Music Council of UNESCO, and is currently an NGO in Formal Consultative Relations with UNESCO. Through its wide international representation the Council acts as a bond among peoples of different cultures and thus serves the peace of mankind.
The AIMS of the ICTM: are to further the study, practice, documentation, preservation and dissemination of traditional music, including folk, popular, classical and urban music, and dance, of all countries. To these ends, the Council organizes meetings, World Conferences, Study Groups and Colloquia. In addition, the Council maintains an active website and a membership directory and supervises the preparation and publication of journals and bulletins.

Hungary / Hongrie

International Council of Museums - ICOM

Maison de l'UNESCO

1 rue Miollis
75732 Paris Cedex 15
FRANCE
http://icom.museum/
(33 1) 4734 0500
secretariat@icom.museum


Domains:
- Performing arts
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement

 

Dominican Republic, Saint Lucia / République dominicaine, Sainte-Lucie

International Council of Organizations for Folklore Festivals and Folk Art - CIOFF
Maison de l'UNESCO
1, rue Miollis
F-75732 Paris Cedex 15
FRANCE
http://www.cioff.org
info@cioff.org

Date of creation: 1970
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
- culinary traditions, traditional games
Measures:
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Since its creation, CIOFF has been working towards safeguarding and disseminating foklore and traditional cultures by:
- promoting the intangible cultural heritage through dance, music, songs, games, rituals, ceremonies, customs, traditional crafts, costumes and food
- contributing to preservation of cultural identity throughout the world
- implementing its policy on transmission of cultural heritage to children
- supporting the activities of its members in the areas of folklore and traditional culture

- serving the cause of peace and non-violence through international cultural cooperation

- implementing the UNESCO Programmes related to traditional cultures
- compiling the "Directory of Experts in Folklore"


Hungary, Spain / Espagne, Hongrie

International Mask Arts & Culture Organization - IMACO
(760-701)Yuksaro 80, Andong,
Gyeongsangbuk-do

REPUBLIC OF KOREA


http://www.worldmask.org
+82-54-841-6398
worldmask@gmail.com

Date of creation: 2006
Budget: US$2006
Measures:
- promotion, enhancement

International Mask Arts and Culture Organization was launched in 2006. International Mask Arts & Culture Organization (hereinafter referred to IMACO) has noticed the organization related to masks is not settling yet, in line with that Andong found the IMACO in order to lead the mask arts & culture. IMACO
make all effort so that Andong can be the center of the international exchange place based on Andong Mask dance Festival. The members of IMACO include countries, local governments, organizations and individual related to masks such as mask artists, mask researchers; mask performers and so on
then build a network for them. All members and this organization make all effort to collect the mask information, mask groups and make a close network and exchange mask arts & culture each other. IMACO tries to our best to register this organization in NGO list of UNESCO and support additional aide when Andong apply for World Heritage List. The objectives of this organization

are as follows: (a) to strengthen activity and human network for members, (b) to build the network for international mask arts & culture based on this organization and (c) to heighten culture related masks.


Republic of Korea / République de Corée

International Music Council - IMC
Maison de l'UNESCO
1, rue Miollis
75732 Paris Cedex 15
FRANCE
http://www.unesco.org/imc
+33 (0)1 45 68 48 50
imc@unesco.org

Date of creation: 1949
Budget: US$275500
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

IMC constitutes a vast operational network of networks, including national music councils in 65 countries and some 60 international and regional music organizations as well as national and specialist organizations in the field of arts and culture. Through its members, IMC has direct access to over 1000 organizations across the world, creating a network of knowledge and experience that touches on every aspect of music. IMC works through and for its members to internationally support the development and the promotion of diverse music and the role of musicians in the context of social, cultural and economic development.
IMC has a long history of activities in the field of traditional music, the most prominent being to have initiated and co-published the prestigious UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music Recordings. Currently, IMC's regional group for Europe (EMC) is implementing "ExTra! - Exchange Traditions", a EU-funded activity which aims to stimulate exchange between different music traditions present in today's multicultural Europe.

Slovakia / Slovaquie


International Society for Ethnology and Folklore
PO Box 94264
1090 GG Amsterdam
NETHERLANDS
www.siefhome.org
0031204628500
sief@meertens.knaw.nl

Date of creation: 1964
Domains:
- Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
- scientific reflection on these domains
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

SIEF is an international scholarly organization, set up to facilitate cooperation among scholars working within European Ethnology, Folklore Studies and adjoining fields and to stimulate research and documentation on these fields.

Estonia / Estonie

IO-Association Mikolo - FlMAPA
(Mikajy ny kolontsaina)
c/o Cite
Ambatonakanga
Rue Samuel
Rahamefy B.P74
MADAGASCAR
22 25386

 

-Sauvegarde
-Organisation de journées
-Protection
-Mise en valeur du Patrimoine
-Publication
-Collaboration sur le sauvegarde avec des communes

Madagascar / Madagascar

Italian Society for Ethnographic Museum Studies and Heritage

(Società Italiana per la Museografia ed i Beni DemoEtnoAntropologici)
Vito Lattanzi/Eleonora Censorii
Museo Preistorico-Etnografico "Luigi Pigorini"
Piazza G. Marconi 14
00144 Rome
ITALY
www.simbdea.it ; www.amrivista.org
+39 06 549521 ; + 39 393 8582109
eleonoracensorii@simbdea.it ; email vitolatta@virgilio.it


Date of creation: 2001
Domains:
- Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- Digitization projects for audiovisual and sound archives
Supporting museums in transmitting and promoting heritage to young generations
Supporting local and national administrations in safeguard and promotion projects by acting as consultants for projects in museums and archives

 

Italy / Italie

Jaipur Virasat Foundation
E-143, Ramesh Marg




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