Living traditions explored
A series of workshops in three Saskatchewan locations, as well as lectures in Regina and Saskatoon, will explore the concept of intangible cultural heritage and community engagement. Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) includes our community’s living cultural traditions, those ways of speaking, doing things, and understanding of our local environment that shape who we are and how we view ourselves in the world. The workshops will be led by Dale Jarvis, ICH Development Officer for Newfoundland and Labrador, and Kristen Catherwood of Heritage Saskatchewan, and will take place in Indian Head (September 19 & 20), Swift Current (September 22 & 23) and Wanuskewin (September 26 & 27). Dale Jarvis will also deliver free public lectures in Saskatoon (September 26) and Regina (September 28).
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