Intangible Cultural Heritages
An intangible cultural heritage (ICH), a concept managed by UNESCO, is what we consider to be the DNA that makes each culture unique. As opposed to world heritage sites, these are things that can be recorded but cannot be touched or stored in physical form; such as practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, or skills.
Because of industrialization and globalization, many of these skills and practices are at risk of being lost for forever. We are doing our part to help preserve and bring sustainability to them by sharing their story. Join our experiences today to learn about a culture from the inside out.