Heritage of Future Past

A project delivered through the British Council’s Culture and Development initiative, with activities spanning two years. The project will engage with the music and film heritage of Vietnam, with particular focus on aspects that are under under threat, disappearing, or under-represented.

on April 04,2018 02:17 PM

Heritage of Future Past

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The British Council in Vietnam has announced ‘Heritage of Future Past’, a Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth project on 1st April, 2018. This project marks the 25th anniversary of the British Council’s work promoting closer cultural relations between the United Kingdom and Vietnam.

The two-year project will engage with the music and film heritage of Vietnam, with particular focus on aspects that are under threat, disappearing, or under-represented. We will use innovative approaches in working with music and film heritage to create inclusive and sustainable growth in the heritage sector. Project activities will focus on research, documentation, conservation, training and capacity building (including oral teaching techniques), experimentation and innovation, advocacy and education (including policy and community dialogues), and the re-imagination and revitalisation of cultural heritage assets in contemporary practices.

Heritage of Future Past

According to the representative of The British Council, the organisation will work with a wide range of communities across Vietnam to create new opportunities for them to contribute to, and benefit from, the protection, promotion, reinvigoration, and wider knowledge and appreciation of their heritage. Ultimately, the project will promote a more dynamic understanding and enjoyment, as well as use of, heritage assets in everyday life in the communities and in artistic, curatorial, and educational practices.

Heritage of Future Past

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