Ms Eva Kuminková

Eva has been engaged with the 2003 Convention since 2011. Her experience includes researching, inventorying, and interpreting ICH at the national level, counselling on safeguarding strategies, and working in different ICH-related committees at the Ministry of Culture, evaluating and drafting nomination files to the Convention’s lists or representing Czechia in the Intergovernmental Committee and General Assembly.

Her main area of professional interest is the role of open-air museums in safeguarding and strengthening the viability of ICH and supporting ICH communities. As an ethnologist, she also studies transformations of traditional culture, its role in contemporary society and identity-building, and strategies for its safeguarding.
After nine years in the management of the National Open Air Museum, she now works as an ICH expert at the National Institute of Folk Culture and as an Assistant Professor at the Department of European Ethnology, Masaryk University.

Czechia, Grenada, Suriname

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