Anti-City: The Citizen Experience vs. Museification

by Ms. Micaela Mikhy Neveu HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Paris, France I. Cultural Citizenship at the heart of the urban experience: living the heritage Does the city still have a living city centre? Neither the agora nor the public square or the churches seem to persist as a central point in the urbanContinue reading “Anti-City: The Citizen Experience vs. Museification”

Heritage Tourism in the Chitral Valley

by Mr. Hashid Sarfraz HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan The entities related to culture and arts, whether it is tangible assets in a physical form for example architecture, buildings, crafts or be it some sort of intangible qualities or environment such as education, literature, culture, celebrations, festivity, rituals, traditions etc.Continue reading “Heritage Tourism in the Chitral Valley”

Towards Collective Intelligence at the Museum: New Governance and Innovations for the Future

by Ms. Micaela Mikhy Neveu HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Paris, France The museum of tomorrow will be a “hybrid”, a cultural “third place”, where the visitor will become the actor, not only of his own visit, but also an essential collaborator, an experimenter or an active sponsor capable of interacting with all theContinue reading “Towards Collective Intelligence at the Museum: New Governance and Innovations for the Future”

Exhibiting Heritage: Raising Some Questions through an Exhibition on the Company School of Paintings in India

by Ms. Deeplakshmi B. Saikia HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Assam, India According to UNESCO, “cultural heritage is the legacy of physical artefacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations”. It is the range ofContinue reading “Exhibiting Heritage: Raising Some Questions through an Exhibition on the Company School of Paintings in India”

How to Exhibit Deceptively: Aesthetics of Globalization within Pre-Hispanic Art Displays

by Ms. Micaela Mikhy Neveu HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Paris, France Toward a Subversive Action within Museology The exhibition today is understood as a very powerful act of communication, a system of multiform languages, built from series of interpretations, from the development of its conception to its reception by the public, even beyondContinue reading “How to Exhibit Deceptively: Aesthetics of Globalization within Pre-Hispanic Art Displays”

The Challenges of Heritage Conservation at the Da Parvatiya Site, Assam-India

by Ms. Deeplakshmi B. Saikia HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Assam, India The protection and care of tangible cultural heritage is called conservation. Conservation is undertaken to maintain or increase the benefit from an object- be it monetary or non-monetary (cultural values such as identity, artistic, technical or rarity values, or socio-economic values suchContinue reading “The Challenges of Heritage Conservation at the Da Parvatiya Site, Assam-India”

“Ecodevelopment of Heritage in Prospective” Heritage and Tourism Marketed: the Challenge of Harmonization

by Ms. Micaela Mikhy Neveu HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Paris, France In France, the heritage site was developed mainly in the political and institutional context of the French Revolution. The evolution of the concept of heritage has since followed the many changes in society, particularly with the relatively new appearance of the notionContinue reading ““Ecodevelopment of Heritage in Prospective” Heritage and Tourism Marketed: the Challenge of Harmonization”

Anubhav Gallery: Education through a Tactile Experience at the National Museum, New Delhi

by Ms. Deeplakshmi B. Saikia HeritageForAll Heritage Intern (Call 2018) from Assam, India “Briefly, the purpose and the only purpose of museums is education in its whole varied aspects from scholarly research to the simple arousing of curiosity. That education, however, must be active, not passive and it must always be intimately connected with theContinue reading “Anubhav Gallery: Education through a Tactile Experience at the National Museum, New Delhi”

National Rail Museum in New Delhi

by Mr. Varun Arora An article is included to HeritageForAll Global Collaborations Program. An article is a project report that was submitted, in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the degree of M.A. (Fine) Museology, by Mr. Varun Arora (varunarora1214567@gmail.com) and reviewed by Dr. Sunjay Jain. Department of Museology, the Faculty of Fine Arts, theContinue reading “National Rail Museum in New Delhi”