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Global InCH Journal Of ICH – Education For Artisans: Past, Present, Future

The International journal of intangible cultural heritage – Global InCH Journal has served as a platform for global connects and knowledge exchange on culture and heritage since 1999.

The 12 essays in this issue examine educational paradigms where traditional oral learning and apprenticeships have been deepened and extended through the layering-on of formal educational for artisans.

1. Introduction: Education for Artisans

Introduction: Education for Artisans


Frater, Judy

2. A Curriculum for Artisans

A Curriculum for Artisans


Jinan, K.B

3. Experiential Learning: Experiments in the Indian Context

Experiential Learning


Dalal, Prachi

4. Traditional Learning in Textile Artisan Communities of Kutch

Traditional Learning in Textile Artisan Communities of Kutch


Frater, Judy

5. From Kala Raksha Vidhyalaya to Somaiya Kala Vidya: Education as a Sustainable Future for Artisans of Kutch and Beyond

From Kala Raksha Vidhyalaya to Somaiya Kala Vidya


Frater, Judy

6. Teaching Traditional Artisans at Somaiya Kala Vidya

Teaching Traditional Artisans at Somaiya Kala Vidya


Ghai, Lokesh and Shettar, Shwetha

7. Artisan Education and Young Weaver Entrepreneurship

Artisan Education and Young Weaver Entrepreneurship


Ghosh, Sourodip

8. Paradigm Shift in Innovation by Artisans: Product to Social

Paradigm Shift in Innovation by Artisans


Kalra, Jaspal

9. The Making of Nigeria’s Foremost Fiber Artist:

The Making of Nigeria’s Foremost Fiber Artist


Scott, Victoria

10. Education and Identity for Indigenous Oaxacan Artisans

Education and Identity for Indigenous Oaxacan Artisans


Sturm, Robert

11. Teaching Rug Hooking In Guatemala

Teaching Rug Hooking In Guatemala


Wise, mary Anne

12. ARTS AND CRAFTS IN AND OUT OF THE INDIAN SCHOOL EDUCATION

ARTS AND CRAFTS IN AND OUT OF THE INDIAN SCHOOL EDUCATION


Punja, Shobita

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