Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague 02101–02117, Czech Republic
Ceramic as tangible material culture, it is generally not in the category of intangible culture, however, the inheritance process of Jingdezhen's folk ceramic craft through “oral teaching” between masters and apprentices includes different kinds of intangible cultural elements. From the angle of the protection of intangible cultural heritage and art anthropology, this article tries to discuss the intangible cultural factors contained in Jingdezhen's folk ceramic craft, combined with related current situations of rescuing and protecting Jingdezhen's folk porcelain techniques, and propose the slogan “saving people and saving environment” to maintain Jingdezhen’s folk ceramic craft. How to make ceramic craft be better disseminated and inherited, and what new forms can absorb in the future? It is also a subject that needs our further investigation in the future. In so doing, I hope this article will contribute to a growing body of attention in contemporary intellectual history on intangible culture inheritance as well as the ideas of anthropology.
Art anthropology; folk ceramic craft; intangible cultural heritage; Jingdezhen; protection and inheritance
Yang Liu. The Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage from the Perspective of Art Anthropology: Case Study of Jingdezhen’s Folk Ceramic Craft. Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 4: 79-82. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.034021.
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