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    The effects of tourism on traditional craftsmanship for the sustainable development of historic environments
    Improving the quality of life and creating various economic benefits, conservation of cultural heritage can contribute to sustainable development as a concept having environmental, economic and socio-cultural aspects. Intangible cultural heritage as the chief reason of cultural diversity particularly guarantee sustainable development. In recent years, the increase in the concern about local ways of life, festivities, has motivated the conservation of intangible cultural heritage specifically, and contributed to the continuity of the implementation of traditional craftsmanship as a domain of intangible cultural heritage and guaranteed the sustainable development. The conservation of traditional craftsmanship necessitates providing the transmission of knowledge between master and apprentice and the continuity of practice. Through 20th century, rapidly changing life conditions, the demand for traditional craftsmanship has noticeably decreased causing the decrease in the number of practitioner craftsmen. It needs to regenerate the organic relationships of crafts with the changing life conditions for their conservation. Tourism can be a motivating force to regenerate interrelations with the increasing demand of tourists for traditional crafts. This paper aims to present the effects of tourism on crafts and discuss specific conservation approach focusing on the sustainable development of historic environments particularly focusing on 17 sustainable development goals highlighted within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development published by United Nations General Assembly in 2015.
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    Designing the museum of Turkey's intangible cultural heritage: a studio experience of interior architectural design
    (Milli Folklor Dergisi, 2018) Karakul, Özlem
    From the beginning, dominantly focusing on displaying the various elements of tangible heritage, after the 2003 UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, museums have been accepted as one of the tools for safeguarding intangible heritage for the implementation of the convention on the national level. Certain elements of intangible cultural heritage have not been practiced anymore due to the rapidly changing conditions and the technological developments, in this sense, museums perform leading roles on recalling the memory of disappearing cultural practices and expressions. This study aims to share a studio experience developed within the instruction in interior architecture for increase on the consciousness level of students about their grasp of the significance of museums through the process of safeguarding intangible cultural heritage. Arising from the idea that an interior architectural design studio can be a realistic and tangible medium to explore intangible cultural heritage, this study seeks to understand the impact of an interior architectural design studio experience over the consciousness of students about the conservation of historic building and intangible cultural heritage. Within the scope of the study, an assessment on the studio projects designed by students to develop specific methods for concretizing and revitalizing the elements of intangible cultural heritage by reusing a historic building throughout museum design process is done. Through a studio project set up in the historic building, the students deal with the current debates about intangible cultural heritage and adaptive reuse; and develop their design ideas on the museums focusing on the different elements of Turkey's intangible cultural heritage. The process of the studio experience includes the comprehension of the concepts of intangible cultural heritage and reusing; and, proposing new design approaches for converting a historic building, the Tantavi Depot, constructed in 19th century in Konya, into a museum of Turkey's intangible cultural heritage. The studies carried out through this studio experience are significant for its educational outcomes presenting the significance of the interactive methods and digital media for exhibiting intangible heritage with regard to its conservation.