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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Hangzhou Hangzhou Crafts and Folk Art About the Creative City:  With a history stretching back 5,000 years, Hangzhou is one of China’s seven ancient capitals. (...) Furthermore, the stone carvings by the Xiling Seal Engraver’s Society are particularly noteworthy as a witness of the city’s long-lasting crafts and folk arts tradition.   Recognized by the Chinese Government as a “National Cultural and Creative Centre”, Hangzhou is in a strategic position in the country’s overall development. (...) Added Value:  As a Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts, Hangzhou envisages:    further formulating and implementing targeted development policies intended to optimize the framework for the cultural and creative industries; fostering local human resources and expertise and extending exchanges within the UCCN; and improving the transmission, protection and innovative utilization of crafts and folk arts, thereby enhancing the global competitiveness of Hangzhou’s creative industries.   
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Score: 1491322.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/hangzhou
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Hangzhou Hangzhou Crafts and Folk Art About the Creative City:  With a history stretching back 5,000 years, Hangzhou is one of China’s seven ancient capitals. (...) Furthermore, the stone carvings by the Xiling Seal Engraver’s Society are particularly noteworthy as a witness of the city’s long-lasting crafts and folk arts tradition.   Recognized by the Chinese Government as a “National Cultural and Creative Centre”, Hangzhou is in a strategic position in the country’s overall development. (...) Added Value:  As a Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts, Hangzhou envisages:    further formulating and implementing targeted development policies intended to optimize the framework for the cultural and creative industries; fostering local human resources and expertise and extending exchanges within the UCCN; and improving the transmission, protection and innovative utilization of crafts and folk arts, thereby enhancing the global competitiveness of Hangzhou’s creative industries.   
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Score: 1491322.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/33
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Nassau Urban Lab: Creativity as a tool for sustainable urban development Nassau Crafts and Folk Art Nassau Urban Lab: Creativity as a tool for sustainable urban development When:  Wed, 12/07/2016 Nassau, the first and only UNESCO Creative City in the Bahamas, redoubles its efforts toward integrating culture and creativity within its plans of urban regeneration. (...) Click to download the  “Central Nassau Urban Regeneration Plan” Related Links:  Webpage of Nassau Urban Lab Related Events Getting the “Railroad Town” back on track: Durán’s creative initiatives for urban regeneration About: The Ecuadorian City of Crafts & Folk Art takes a multi-... When: 03 Feb 2017 Know more Nassau Urban Lab: Creativity as a tool for sustainable urban development About: Nassau, the first and only UNESCO Creative City in the Bahamas... When: 07 Dec 2016 Know more Paducah Hosted the First Annual Meeting of UNESCO Creative Cities of Crafts and Folk Art About: From 24 to 27 September, Paducah, United States of America,...
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Score: 1414238.6 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/800
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ISFAHAN UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Arts 2 0 1 5 - 2 0 1 9 M o n i t o r i n g R e p o r t Contents 1. (...) Creative field of designation: Crafts and Folk Arts 2.4. Date of designation: October 2015 2.5. (...) At this meeting we, met many representatives of other expeditions, particularly members of the crafts and Folk Arts subnetwork. These include representative of “Icheon” as coordinator of the crafts and folk arts subnetwork, rep- resentative of “Fabiano” as the host of the 2019 annual meeting, representative of “Paducah” as deputy coordinator of the crafts and folk arts subnetwork, and representative of “Kanazawa” as the host of the 2019 crafts and folk arts subnetwork.
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Score: 1402925.3 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...itoring_report_2015-2019_0.pdf
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Paducah Paducah Crafts and Folk Art About the Creative City:  A national heritage destination, Paducah has a longstanding tradition in the fine craft of quilt making.  (...) Added Value:  As Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts, Paducah envisages: providing a platform for UCCN members to showcase their creativity in the United States. Since joining the Network in 2013, Paducah has arranged cultural exchanges with several UNESCO Creative Cities; fostering national and international awareness of the UCCN through Paducah’s branding, public relations, marketing, speaking engagements and social media campaigns; utilizing the UNESCO Creative Cities platform to take a leadership role in educating the tourism industry, the national arts community and government officials on the value of creativity, creative tourism and the UCCN; emphasizing the role of Crafts and Folk Art, notably of fibre arts, in creative expression; and championing partnerships with UCCN members in the United States to strengthen the Network’s collaborative impact. 
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Score: 1386064.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/36
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Paducah Paducah Crafts and Folk Art About the Creative City:  A national heritage destination, Paducah has a longstanding tradition in the fine craft of quilt making.  (...) Added Value:  As Creative City of Crafts and Folk Arts, Paducah envisages: providing a platform for UCCN members to showcase their creativity in the United States. Since joining the Network in 2013, Paducah has arranged cultural exchanges with several UNESCO Creative Cities; fostering national and international awareness of the UCCN through Paducah’s branding, public relations, marketing, speaking engagements and social media campaigns; utilizing the UNESCO Creative Cities platform to take a leadership role in educating the tourism industry, the national arts community and government officials on the value of creativity, creative tourism and the UCCN; emphasizing the role of Crafts and Folk Art, notably of fibre arts, in creative expression; and championing partnerships with UCCN members in the United States to strengthen the Network’s collaborative impact. 
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Score: 1386064.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/paducah
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Ancient Songs (approximate 210 pieces) 2. Folk Songs (including songs of the Han nationality and the minorities) (approximate 10,080) 3. (...) The Music Research Institute's library has a great collection of local opera's music, and most of them are different local opera's representative performer's melodies. - FOLK SONG: Let us take one kind of folk song---the HUA ER---for example. (...) If China loose them, the world would loose them, and they will be lost for ever. • Uniqueness: Different from some sound materials in other institutions (for instance the Central People's Broadcast Station or the TV Station), the folk music among the sound archive are mostly recorded in the field, many are primitive records of folk rituals or folk religious rituals, not recordings of stage performances, so they have not been refined or polished, the original cultural features are truer and close to folk life. • Importance: This is the oldest and the most complete collection of sound recordings related to Chinese traditional music, in other words, they are the most direct, the most comprehensive and most vigorous reference for people to study Chinese traditional music and Chinese folk music.
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Score: 1352341.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...tional_music_sound_archive.pdf
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INFORMATION CONCERNING THE REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE STUDY OF THE CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES : INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
In the opinion of experts on intellectual property in the protection of folklore, "the traditional creations of indigenous peoples, such as folk tales and legends, songs, music, musical instruments, dances, designs or patterns, are the product of a slow process of creative development, and, as maintained by a particular community, are much older than the duration of the copyright protection granted by States with regard to authors’ works" (UNESCO/WIPO/WG.1/FOLK/2/Add.). 23. (...) According to section 2 of the Model Provisions, "For the purposes of this [law], ’expressions of folklore’ means productions consisting of E/CN.4/Sub.2/AC.4/1993/9 page 7 characteristic elements of the traditional artistic heritage developed and maintained by a community ... in particular: (i) verbal expressions, such as folk tales, folk poetry and riddles; (ii) musical expressions, such as folk songs and instrumental music; (iii) expressions by action, such as folk dances, plays and artistic forms or rituals; ... (iv) tangible expressions, such as: (a) productions of folk art, in particular, drawings, paintings, carvings, sculptures, pottery ... jewellery ... textiles ... costumes; (b) musical instruments; (c) architectural forms" (Model Provisions, UNESCO/WIPO, 1985). 28.
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Score: 1331058.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.4/SUB.2/AC.4/1993/9&Lang=E
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Culture, value system and social organizations Each of the four Terraces has unique features, and the history of the terraces has developed with the faith, folk, ceremony, traditional management and cultivation. (...) It has a number of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, including Xinhua Folk Songs, Martial Arts of Meishan, both of which are in national level heritage list. (...) The cultures of Youxi Lianhe Terraces corresponding to the agricultural production activities are also unique. The folk songs are important ways for ancient people to pass on farming knowledge to their descendants.
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Score: 1308734.1 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...china/detailed-information/es/
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Culture, value system and social organizations Each of the four Terraces has unique features, and the history of the terraces has developed with the faith, folk, ceremony, traditional management and cultivation. (...) It has a number of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, including Xinhua Folk Songs, Martial Arts of Meishan, both of which are in national level heritage list. (...) The cultures of Youxi Lianhe Terraces corresponding to the agricultural production activities are also unique. The folk songs are important ways for ancient people to pass on farming knowledge to their descendants.
Language:English
Score: 1308734.1 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...china/detailed-information/ru/
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