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推動原住民族文化復興整合應用設計—以規劃執行〈祖靈藝想〉賽德克族編織技藝傳承計畫為例

論文名稱:  推動原住民族文化復興整合應用設計—以規劃執行〈祖靈藝想〉賽德克族編織技藝傳承計畫為例
論文名稱(英文) Promoting the revival of the aboriginal culture and integrating it into the applied design--Taking the planning and implementation of the “Artistic Thoughts of the Ancestral pirits”, the Seediq We
研究者(中文) : 邱旭蓮
研究者(英文) : CHIU, HSU-LIEN
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學校名稱 : 國立臺中科技大學
系院名稱 : 設計學院
系所名稱 : 商業設計系
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中文關鍵字 : 賽德克族、紀實攝影、織布工藝
英文關鍵字 : Seediq culture, documentary photography, weaving
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中文摘要: 原住民族文化是臺灣重要文化資產史蹟,時代變遷迅速,常因外來文化的影響而產生改變、消逝,其文化特色如無以適時的紀錄與保存,易因文化融合結果而流失其完整文化性。本報告為台灣原住民編織發展協會委託執行產學合作計畫案,以賽德克編織工藝推廣復振文化初階訓練課程為主,輔以導入學界豐富設計資源,結合文化內涵發揮設計創意,以提高產品附加價值、深化特色產業,增進原民部落工藝特色文化創意產業之品質與知名度;並以其獲得105年文化部推動社區營造及村落補助計畫之執行成果具體呈現,本計畫規劃執行主題內容為四大項目:(一)重建傳統編織工藝文化性:分別進行一位部落耆老、七位都會區賽德克織女口述訪談紀錄,以老、中、青不同世代織女習藝與生命經歷過程進行對話;(二)新世代創新設計加值應用:邀請二位設計學院專業教師舉辦設計工作坊,並延伸傳統編織工藝商品化應用;(三) 傳統織布文化推廣提升研習:邀請一位原民編織工藝家針對工作坊學員進行織布工藝課程授課;(四)成果展示整合應用行銷:現場以開放互動式空間展示工作坊學員成品,配合擴大成果展演開幕活動,廣邀媒體記者、貴賓以及南投縣都達小學傳統歌謠吟唱等參與式文化體驗活動。

彙整本計畫執行成果如下:
一、原民文化復興的活力性
編織文化傳承創新概念活化推廣,使其文化普及於生活層面。
二、產學合作系列的延續性
透過學界設計資源與部落特色結合,開拓未來原民文化推廣參考指標。
三、實務教學融入的整合性
導入設計參與式工作坊,加入課程實務專題輔導產業設計的強化。
四、研究學術能量的增能性
應用設計加值原民文化的復振,建構相關研究模式產生具體助益與貢獻可能性。
英文摘要: Aboriginal Culture is a crucial historical and cultural asset in Taiwan that usually changes or disappears due to the influence of foreign cultures undergoing rapid development. If its characteristics are not recorded and preserved in a timely manner, then Aboriginal national culture may lose its cultural integrity as a result of cultural integration.
This report is the industry-university cooperative project commissioned by Taiwan aboriginal Weaving Development Association that focuses on the promotion of beginner-level training courses for revitalizing the craft of Seediq weaving. An abundance of design resources from the academic community have been introduced to combine different cultural connotations with design creativity to increase the added value of products and deepen the characteristic industry. This can improve the quality and reputation of cultural and creative industries related to indigenous crafts. The aforementioned project was subsidized by the 2016 Community Development and Village Project by the Ministry of Culture. And it concretely presented results. The theme of this project comprises four components: (1) Reestablish the culture of traditional weaving: the individual interviews were conducted with the grand old man in the Seediq village and seven female Seediq weavers living in urban areas to create a dialogue through the craft learning and life experiences of weavers from older, middle-aged, and younger generations. (2) Value-adding applications through new generations of innovation: two professional teachers from a design school were invited to hold design workshops and extend the commercialized application of traditional weaving. (3) Promotion and study of traditional weaving culture: an indigenous weaving craftsman was invited to educate workshop students on weaving craftsmanship. (4) Integration of learning-results exhibition with marketing: the exhibition consisted of an open and interactive space to display the work created by workshop students. Additionally, the opening of the exhibition was expanded into a grand ceremony in which the media and special guests were invited to engage in a participatory cultural experience that included activities such as the singing of traditional songs by students from Toda Elementary School, Nantou County.
The results of this project are as follows:
(1) The vitality of the aboriginal cultural revitalization
Revitalizing and promoting the inheritance and innovative concept of weaving culture. Enabling it to become popular in daily life.
(2) The continuity of the industry-university cooperation series
Through the combination of academic design resources and tribal features, as an indicator for promoting the tribal culture in the future.
(3) The integration of practical teaching
Introducing design engagement into the workshop. The strengthening of the practical course, the monographic counseling industry design, was included in.
(4) The energizing of academic research
Design was adopted to add value to the revitalization of the aboriginal culture. The probability was constructed that relevant research models could produce specific benefits and contributions.
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