A Contemporary Approach to Traditional Handicrafts in the Context of Globalization

-- Taking the Embroidery of Sachets in Qingyang, Gansu as an Example

Authors

  • Tianying Li

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.20

Keywords:

Traditional Handicrafts, Globalization, Sachet Embroidery, Inheritance, Contemporary Approach

Abstract

As traditional handicrafts face the two-way demand of inheritance and industrialization, globalization brings both opportunities and challenges. How can traditional handicrafts characterized by localization be protected and fully developed in the exchange of cultural globalization? While stepping out of the local context to intervene in cultural exchanges without maintaining locality. This article takes the embroidery of sachets in Qingyang, Gansu as an example, combines the problems and coping strategies faced in the globalization process of embroidery of sachets in Qingyang, Gansu, and analyzes the contemporary shortcuts contained therein, including cultural production and modernization at the national level. The need for interaction, the need to highlight cultural differences at the national level and the interoperability of "life narratives" at the human level, thereby demonstrating the inherent potential of the traditional handicrafts represented by Qingyang sachets to intervene in globalization and sustainable development.

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Published

01-12-2023

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How to Cite

Li, T. (2023). A Contemporary Approach to Traditional Handicrafts in the Context of Globalization: -- Taking the Embroidery of Sachets in Qingyang, Gansu as an Example. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 72-75. https://doi.org/10.54097/hiaad.v4i3.20