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A Study on the Sustainability of Traditional Weaving Crafts through the Case of Ojiya-Chijimi and Echigo-Jofu in Japan (일본 '오지야치지미·에치고죠후(小千谷縮·越後上布)'의 사례를 통해 본 전통 직물공예의 지속 가능성)

  • Lee, Chae Won
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.45 no.4
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    • pp.104-113
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    • 2012
  • Traditional weaving crafts has the history, environment and lifestyle of country where the country is located. Thus it has been an regional industry because it has the representation of country due to a long history. However it has faced a threat which comes from lifestyle changes. Therefore a law on the protection of traditional weaving crafts was established and took action to protect weaving crafts. It was played importantly as protection system on weaving crafts. But traditional weaving crafts was a regional industry from long time ago, accordingly we need to think as not only cultural heritage but also crafts industry. This study will demonstrate how sustainable as designated cultural heritage and traditional crafts industry with case of Ojiya-chijimi and Echigo-jofu (Japanese traditional weaving crafts).

Traditional Crafts for the use of Modern Technology (전통공예기술의 현대적 활용)

  • NamGoong, Sun;Jeong, Su-Kyoung;Kim, Tai-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.12
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    • pp.181-189
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    • 2010
  • Crafts in our country designated as an Important Intangible Cultural Property. Are protected, but not being utilized less than in everyday life. But now that the culture industry has important strategic and cultural factors that influence the competitiveness of the industrial era was. So on the activation of traditional crafts growing interest and demand, but the nature of traditional crafts are still several issues that are faced. Of course, for the protection and industrial policies and institutional mechanisms, but not without a very negative and is weak. Therefore, preservation of traditional crafts and industrial use of the technology to effectively carry out two tasks have the policy should be sought from every angle. In this study, the kind of important intangible cultural heritage of the traditional craft techniques from various angles by category, by systematically analyze the characteristics of modern man with the utilization of real-world craftsmanship with the highest tradition of finding and preserving traditional craft skills in the limit popular and can be out of the technology industry as a potential development is proposed.

The Continuance and Changes of Horsehair Handicraft Tradition as Intangible Cultural Heritage (무형문화유산으로서 말총공예 전통의 지속과 변화)

  • Hwang, Kyeong-soon
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.47 no.3
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    • pp.160-171
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    • 2014
  • The provision of support for the art of making these items needs to be considered with the focus on the following factors: the local situation of the areas where such traditional handicrafts are still made, the craftspeople involved in their production, and their communities. So far, discussion about how to reinvigorate traditional handicrafts, including those mentioned above, has been concentrated on the measures taken to promote them as part of the handicrafts industry and the allocation of the government's budget for important intangible cultural heritages. The government runs a traditional handicrafts management system and provides financial support for the craftspeople and spaces for exhibiting their work. This form of support has led to systematic management of traditional handicrafts and heightened public interest in cultural heritage, as well as publicizing the country's traditional crafts, but has made little progress in the following areas: the fostering of young people willing to learn traditional skills, diversification of the types of skills to be maintained, or establishment of the networks of collaboration among the craftspeople. The most important aspect among the efforts mentioned above is to maintain cultural traditions that are unique to each region by encouraging local craftspeople to engage in their work with a solid sense of pride backed up by financial support. This study was carried out in connection with the need to reinvigorate the art of making tanggeon (horsehair crown), manggeon (horsehair headband), and gat (black horsehair hat), which few people wear as they are used only for ornamental purposes nowadays. This study examined the circumstances surrounding the artisans engaged in the production of horsehair handicrafts prior to their designation as a cultural heritage, and the changes that occurred in the local communities associated with their production after the designation, in order to assess the status of inheritance of this tradition.

A Study on Korean Contemporary Crafts in 1970 Age (1970년대 한국현대공예의 동향 연구)

  • 곽대웅
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.5-14
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    • 1999
  • From the middle of 1970s were founded new basis for the development of craft through the co-operation of the civilians and the authorities. First, Korean Culture and Art Foundation founded in 1973 held the 'Invitation Exhibition for the Craft Artists All over the Country' in 1974 and 1975 and The National Museum of Modern Art held the 'Exhibition of Modern Korean Handicraft Art' in 1975. Second, the policy emphasizing the export and tourism provided the basis for the development of design for export goods and souvenirs of tour. H\therefore the exhibitions of such goods were held by many organizations. ] In 1970s departments of craft and design were newly established in the universities so that the third generation of Korean craft was on the rise and their groups began to hold exhibitions in commercial galleries. Reflecting on such circumstances, 1970s was the period of blossom for Korean craft while 1960s was a sprouting season.

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A Study on Comparative Analysis of Inlay Craft Technique of Relic in the Three Kingdom Period (삼국시대의 유물에 나타난 입사공예기법 비교분석 연구)

  • Park, Ji-Won;Park, Seung-Chul
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.11
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    • pp.505-513
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    • 2014
  • Modern metal craft is losing our tradition and personality with simple expressive methods and limited techniques without artistry with the purpose of mass production. In order for development of modern metal craft and to succeed our unique culture, there is a need to consider traditional craft techniques that have been delivered since the ancient. Inlay craft requires high concentration and technology, and it is typical traditional metal craft techniques that show contemporary culture and ideas well. the period of the Three States was the time when inlay technique was introduced the first, and it can be seen in Baekje, Gaya and Silla. Furthermore, when inlay craft is applied for modern metal craft, a possibility was found to grant artistic expression and historical value of our unique artistic expression and historical value. For this purpose, it is expected to establish development of modern metal craft and our unique individuality firmly when continuously seeking practical measures that can accept contemporary crafts and expanding opportunities of education to learn traditional techniques.

A Study on Instruction Plan for Education of the Ceramic Art and Crafts in the Middle School (중등학교 도자공예교육 활성화 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Ryu, Yu-Li
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.10
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    • pp.509-514
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    • 2014
  • It is said that ceramic arts which reflects the sprit of the age and culture is one of the representative cultural assets in Korea. Ceramic arts has the longest tradition and it has been used in our everyday life from a historical perspective. Unfortunately, most textbooks we use nowadays just show some art works for appreciation. It is impossible to teach unique techniques of ceramic arts with those textbooks. Traditional culture is not considered as a main part of educational contents but surrounding elements. Therefore it is hard for students to learn about our traditional culture deeply and it is also difficult to know the importance of the ceramic arts in secondary schools. Through the education of ceramic arts students can understand our traditional culture and they can also experience the formative arts by using plane and dimensional techniques. Teachers have to focus on historical background, types, functions, and sense of beauty of ceramic arts when they teach students in school. Students can use the knowledge in their daily lives. The education of ceramic arts encourage students to create new culture for ceramic arts.

A Study on Fabrication of Traditional Metal Craft Techniques Using 3D CAD (3D CAD를 이용한 전통금속공예기법 교보재 제작 연구)

  • Choi, San;Do, Eun-Ok;Huang, You-wei;Liang, You-Zhi;Park, Seung-Chul
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.349-355
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    • 2020
  • The Fourth Industrial Revolution has emerged, and technologies of various industries are being converged, compounded, or clouded computing, mobile, or big data. The emergence of a variety of skills and new jobs to match them is bringing the public out of the education and occupation of traditional metal crafts. In this change, craft education should find and study the education method suitable for the present times, and apply it to the educational field to raise public interest and revival. To this end, we will investigate the cases of education in other industries where new materials or technologies have been introduced, and use them in education of traditional metal craft techniques. In addition, we will investigate various cases and features of 3D printing technology and use it for education in craft techniques that have limited time, space and resources.

The Chinese Paper-cut art use elements of modern China in Advertisement poster design (중국 포스터 광고에 있어서 전통 전지요소의 활용 사례 연구)

  • Wang, Teng;Noh, Hwangwoo
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.141-142
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    • 2014
  • 지금 사회는 물질중심에서 정신(문화)중심의 뉴 패러다임을 맞이하고 있다. 소득수준이 향상되면서 물질뿐만 아니라 국가의 전통문화, 민간 공예, 지방 전통 등 정신적인 측면이 강조되고 있다. 따라서 본 논문은 중국 전지요소를 활용한 포스터 광고 디자인을 통해 전지 요소로서의 활용 가능성을 확대하고, 중국 전통 전지공예의 가치를 재조명하는 동시에 중국 광고 포스터 디자인의 현지화 및 세계화에 대한 가능성을 연구해 보았다.

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Activation of the Korean Craft Industry (공예산업의 활성화 -중부권 공예산업 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Sung-Min
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.177-185
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    • 2011
  • Craft industry in Iran in the past to preserve the technology and production methods, or a newly developed in modern technology, techniques, and material that are intended to use in the decorative, practical characteristics, and the general public are using living water district, ornaments, symbols, products, and so on are collectively, craft industry-specific regional environmental, air velocity, ruins, etc. based on the characteristics of the region's traditional or artistic nature to produce products with the industry, the craft inherent in cultural element out of the help of stock, production, distribution and consumption of a series of process, namely the commercialization of the craft. This future-oriented State images for a unique sentiment based on the tradition of craft culture prize of Korea national image to create a decisive role in the would do. Therefore, in this study, consumers of the craft cultural products awareness and marketability to domestic craft industry status and enhance the use of the show. In addition, based on craft culture industry's efficiency and the issue is what the research and improvement.