Tangible cultural heritage

Hologram of peace prize winners in your own living room

– Peace prize winners Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa’s messages are important. Right now, they are working under very difficult conditions in their home countries with, among other things, a ban on leaving the country and strict censorship. Thus, it is interesting to explore new ways of sharing their message. With a hologram, everyone in the whole world can be visited by the peace prize winners in their own living room, and hear their own story, told by them themselves, says Kim Reksten Grønneberg, Nobel Peace Center, who recently launched the holograms in the Voice Of Norway app.

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Sustainable dissemination of cultural heritage

In Norway, we have committed ourselves to follow UNESCO’s Convention on the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, and it is the Cultural Council that is responsible for implementing this UNESCO Convention. We have looked at the possibilities for sustainable dissemination and protection of both intangible and tangible cultural heritage.

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