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传统工艺振兴中的少数民族刺绣传承与发展

Inheritance of Ethnic Minority’s Embroidery: Reviving the Handcraft
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摘要 Creative and diverse, China's vibrant, ornate ethnic minority embroideries have dynamic style, colorful designs, and characteristics distinct to each ethnic group. Embroidery is a significant part of China's intangible cultural heritage, and in recognition of this, China's representative list of National Intangible Cultural Heritage includes the many forms of embroidery from the country's ethnic groups. Their embroidery is essential not only to their costumes and everyday objects but also adds meaning at minority folk activ让ies such as festivals and rituals. The handicraft, formed through years of labor and integration, carries the code of national survival and reproduction, expresses regional traits and symbolism including clan membership, signifies aesthetic preferences of China's ethnic groups, and is an organic aspect of Chinese nation's multi-integrated cultural patl em.
作者 王晨阳 方浩(译) Wang Chenyang;Fang Hao(不详)
机构地区 不详
出处 《中国民族:英文版》 2019年第2期54-67,共14页
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