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Crafts, Cultural Sustainability
Between July 6 and 11, the initiative celebrates crafts of Kazakhstan at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and the National Museum of Asian Art.
The Cultural Vitality Program partners with artists and their communities to sustain languages and cultural practices in the face of immense change.
Cultural Sustainability, Language
The case studies are open access and available online.
Cultural Sustainability, Education, Language
In partnership with Nankai University, the Center has launched a new web page to highlight the work of the Sino-Tibetan Language and Linguistics Summer Institute.
The Language Vitality Initiative invites members of existing Indigenous or minoritized language efforts to apply for a virtual mentorship program.
The free, downloadable guide is available in English, Chinese, and Tibetan.
Beginning this winter, the internships will run from January to April 2022 and are part-time.
The Center partnered with the Institute for Collaborative Research (CoLang) to establish a website for the biennial institute.
Center staff will travel to three regions of the country to lead training workshops on festival-making and cultural heritage tourism.
In a new collaboration, the Center is partnering with The New Medina to elevate stories of Tunisian creativity, heritage, and innovation.