This article reviews practices in intangible cultural heritage in Indonesia .
Indonesia ratifies the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage on1 . The first protected practice is registered in 2008 1 .
In 2016, Indonesia has 8 intangible cultural heritage elements , 5 on the Representative List , 2 on the List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding and 1 on the Register of Best Safeguarding Practices 1 .
The following are inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity :
|The Indonesian Kris||know-how related to traditional crafts||2008||00112 [ archive ]|
|The wayang puppet theater||Performing Arts||2008||00063 [ archive ]|
|The Batik Indonesia||know-how related to traditional crafts||2009||00170 [ archive ]|
|The Angklung Indonesia||performing arts
craftsmanship related to traditional crafts
|2010||00393 [ archive ]|
|Three kinds of traditional dance in Bali||Performing Arts||Bali||2015||00617 [ archive ]|
Intangible heritage in need of urgent safeguard
Indonesia has two items on the list of intangible heritage in need of urgent safeguarding :
|The Saman||Performing Arts||Aceh||2011||00509 [ archive ]|
|The noken (en) , multifunctional bag knotted or woven, crafts of the people of Papua||know-how related to traditional crafts||Papua , West Papua||2012||00619 [ archive ]|
Registry of Best Safeguarding Practices
Indonesia has a practice listed in the Register of Best Safeguarding Practices :
|Education and training in cultural heritage of Indonesianbatik for students of elementary, secondary, higher, professional and polytechnic schools in collaboration with the Batik Museum (in) of Pekalongan||know-how related to traditional crafts||Central Java||2009||00318 [ archive ]|
Two elements are in the process of being ranked on the representative list :
|The pinisi , art of shipbuilding in South Sulawesi||know-how related to traditional crafts||South Sulawesi|
|Pantun , Malay oral tradition||oral traditions and expressions|
Notes and references
- ↑ a , b and c ” Indonesia ” [ archive ] , UNESCO