Protecting an Underwater Cultural Heritage through Visual Communication Skill

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Title

Protecting an Underwater Cultural Heritage through Visual Communication Skill

Subject

Session 5
UCH in the Making… online session

Description

The famous quotation, ―A picture speaks a thousand words‖ illustrates how effective visual communication is in delivering messages. If properly managed, visual communication tools may persuade public perception and inform audience opinion. In Indonesia, underwater heritage sites have limited range of visualization, so it is not a surprise that these sites are enjoyed by limited communities. In managing heritage, the involvement of the community and multiple stakeholders from different backgrounds are needed to enhance better management. This paper presents how to design a concept of visual communication such as video and still photography which can bridge the limited access between community and their heritage in order to build an understanding of the underwater cultural heritage protection and its historical value.

Creator

Cipto Aji Gunawan

Date

November 2011

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Citation

Cipto Aji Gunawan, “Protecting an Underwater Cultural Heritage through Visual Communication Skill,” The MUA Collection, accessed December 13, 2017, http://www.themua.org/collections/items/show/1242.

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