An audio-video documentation, implementation and emission workshop ‘Towards an Audio- Visual Museum’ concentrated on Indian Tribal & Folk painting begin from August 6 at Indira Gandhi Rashitrya Manav Sangrahalya, Bhopal concluded on Tuesday.
At the beginning of the programme, HBS Parihar was given the welcome address and while presenting the activate of the 08 days workshop and said that on the first day of this workshop they proved information about The Role of Museums and Tangible & Intangible Cultural Heritage, second day – Examples and Films of ICH in Museum, Third day – The Role of Digital Documentation, Fourth Day – The Importance of Oral History (OH), OH in Museum, Ethical Issues and Copyright, Fifth day – Digital Situation at IGRMS and Brainstorming & its Solutions and last three days, each participant of the audio-visual team was informed about their individual views and the importance of the workshop to the participants.
During this concluding ceremony, Rolf Killius, (Former Curator, Oral and Musical Cultures at the British Library & Consultant, National Museum of Qatar) said that the amazing exhibits collected of this museum and a very high standard field work practices. In addition, on archival condition, second copy of material, metadata work can be carried out.
In this regard, he presented his report. On this occasion, Rolf Killius has gifted a book entitled “Ritual Music and Hindu Rituals of Kerala” to library of IGRMS.