Toolkit

Tools to start working with intangible cultural heritage

The tools category includes practical tools to start working with ICH, including brainstorm exercises and workshops, guidelines, sets of guiding principles, etcetera that result from the IMP-project.

A tool to organize a brainstorm session that helps you discover what intangible cultural heritage is relevant for your museum.

A tool to organize a brainstorm session that helps you to identify the communities, groups, and individuals you would like to involve in your work and their level of participation.

A tool to help museums that work with intangible cultural heritage to reflect on the conduct and methods of the process of safeguarding.

An overview of some potential risks when museums work with intangible cultural heritage.

This tool presents some rules of thumb that might be worth exploring in relation to participation, superdiversity and sustainability.

This workshop stimulates discussion about collaboration between museums and communities, groups and individuals that practice intangible cultural heritage, and presents good practices.

You may also be interested in the introduction or inspiration section of this toolkit. If you didn't find what you were looking for, please use the search feature:

Wheel chart of sustainability and intangible cultural heritage

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Book: Museums and intangible cultural heritage.

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IMP-book: Executive summary (EN)

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IMP-book: Executive summary (NL)

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IMP-book: Executive summary (IT)

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IMP-book: Executive summary (DE)

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IMP-book: Executive summary (FR)

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ICH & Museums: an introduction

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What is Intangible Cultural Heritage?

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ICH & Museums: Reference framework, key texts and networks

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More toolkit content:

The introduction category includes introductory publications on the topic of ICH & museums: books, booklets, visuals on the basics of ICH & museums, an overview framework and more that result from the IMP-project.

The inspiration category includes inspiring case studies, a literature overview, external toolkits with a focus on the topic of ICH & museums and a series of relevant background documents.