Southern Arts and Culture Skills Training Course

“Intangible Cultural Heritage” means practices, expressions, knowledge, skills, tools, objects, artifacts, and cultural spaces that a community, group or individual recognizes as “intangible cultural heritage”. is part of their cultural heritage. It is a legacy that has been passed on from one generation to another. It is important that the community and People create and develop respond to its environment and its objectives which can make those people to be proud of themselves and cherish the value of the cultural heritage of the community, group or individual to the creativity of human beings

Performing Arts is one of the seven branches of intangible cultural heritage, meaning the expression of emotions, feelings and stories. with the performers as media through sound, including: Singing or playing music and physically, such as dancing, dancing, showing gestures, etc. The popular and famous southern performing arts that can be regarded as the distinctive features of the important southern region, namely Manora, which is a performance art that reflects the identity and identity of the southern region as well.

Manohra show It is an art of dancing that has a beautiful life. Singing in southern Thai language along with exciting rhythmic music and elaborate costumes It has its roots in the beliefs and rituals of communities in the south. in which Nora descendants will gather to worship Pay homage to Kru Nora or ancestors. and to ward off evil spirits The Nora ritual is a connection between the community and the ancestors. and inheriting the new generation of Nora, as well as treating abnormalities that occur in individuals and communities and helping to bless the participants of the ceremony. And in 2019, the Department of Cultural Promotion has proposed Nora under the name Nora, Dance Drama in Southern Thailand to be listed as a representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity to UNESCO.

Walailak Abode of Culture as an agency Arts and culture of the university has realized and given importance to the knowledge of Manora performing arts. including promoting the transmission of performing arts from generation to generation Therefore, the southern performing arts training is held annually.

1. To conserve and inherit the folk art of Manorah dance
2. To instill love and commitment in the heritage and cultural wisdom of performing arts for youths.
3. To spread the performing arts and Manorah dance widely

target audience
Short Manorah Training Course They are divided into 2 groups as follows:
-Course 1 Training for students, students, youth, 30 hours
Qualifications of applicants are students, students or youth between the ages of 13 and 23 years of age with interest in the art of Nora dance.
-Course 2: Training for teachers, instructors, educational personnel, and the public, totaling 30 hours.
Qualifications of applicants be a teacher or the general public who are interested in the art of Manorah dance

Training activity format
Demonstration speakers accompanying lectures and the trainees participated in the practice in various activities together and then divided into small groups for practical practice, totaling 30 hours, with training course content as follows:
Course 1: Training for teachers, teachers, educational personnel General public 30 hours
Course 2 Training for students, students, youth, 30 hours

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