1) What information tools & technologies did you used to complete your CyberFair project?
1. Make good use of the technology platform for online data collection. 2. Record the field tuning process through the tablet. 3. Use the computer to collect the whole field video and audio files. 4. Use technology aids and image editing software to encode and integrate audiovisual data. 5. The audio-visual data and recording files are converted into text files.
2) In what ways did you act as "ambassadors" and spokespersons for your CyberFair project both on-line and in person.
With the change of the social environment, Che Guzhen has disappeared. How to revive and inherit traditional skills in the contemporary era is a very important core goal of our plan. We started with field surveys and started to visit the elderly in the community, listen to them tell previous stories, and sort out the field information, and slowly piece together the historical puzzles of the community. In order to revive the car drum array culture, we need the cooperation of more professionals, so we will use the collected information to promote it in different forms, such as: setting up web pages, making picture books, Facebook publicity, and even going to temples Performances, and also participated in national sports folk custom competitions. These channels made many people start to pay attention to the car drum array. Gradually, some groups and teachers interested in traditional opera culture began to contact us one after another, hoping to exchange more Interesting spark. The people in the community are also very moved by the reproduction of Cheguzhen culture, especially the culture of their hometown can be shown on television to let the people across the country know that this is really something that makes them proud.
3) What has been the impact of your project on your community?
In the process of investigating the community, we began to have contact with the elderly people in the community. We rarely talk to them. Through this plan, we can have a good understanding of the history of our hometown, and also have a good life with the community. More interaction. And in this era of online information, we will also apply the information skills we learned in schools to this cultural collection and promotion plan. Not only can we efficiently organize oral data, but we can also put the data online. On the platform, it is translated into more metaforms and shared with people all over the world. It is a very meaningful thing to be able to feed back the knowledge and tools I have learned to the culture promotion in my hometown. The most important thing is to see the once-fading Cheguzhen culture return to the life of the community again. Having a sense of accomplishment is a great encouragement for us.
4) How did your project involve other members of your community as helpers and volunteers?
[Students] I. Interviewee: All team members 2. Photography: Wei Hongru, Cai Jiasheng, Yang Yuanfan 3. Editing and sorting of interviews: Wang Pinxuan, Chen Peiqi, Yan Pingyi 4. Written information: Wang Pinxuan, Chen Peiqi, Yan Pingyi 5. Draw up the outline of the visit: Wei Hongru, Cai Jiasheng, Yang Yuanfan 6. Collection of information: Xie Ziyan, Hong Jingyin, Lin Jiayu 7. Production of picture books: Lin Jiayu, Wang Pinxuan, Yan Pingyi, Cai Jiasheng, Xie Ziyan, Hong Jingyin 8. Tshia-Kóo-Lang art performance: Yang Yuanfan, Wei Hongru, Xie Ziyan, Lin Jiayu, Wang Pinxuan, Chen Peiqi, Yan Pingyi, Hong Yuting, Hong Jingyin 9. Support webpage production: Teacher Yang Minggui
[Teachers] 1. Group meeting: Mr. Hong Jiayi 2. Picture book technical guidance: Hong Jiayi, Huang Weilun 3. Analysis of Car Drum Formation Music: Teacher Zheng Yiting 4. Tshia-Kóo-Lang art performance: Teacher Zheng Yiting 5. Writing Guide: Mr. Huang Weilun
[Residents] Provide information, accept interviews and take photos: Chairman of Goutou Community Development Association, Green Farmer in Goutou Community, Gouto Tianhe, and Gongmiao Temple Owner.
5) Discoveries, Lessons and Surprises (Optional)
Through personal experience and practical investigations, I deeply appreciate the charm of the local car and drum culture. In the process, I encountered many people and things. We not only heard the local elders dictate and share the early local stories, and produced a feature film documentary for this record. In addition, I also know many artists who have silently contributed to the traditional art circle, participated in experiencing the local car and drum culture, and were deeply infected by the community director's enthusiasm for inheriting the local culture, which inspired us to want to guard together and find the local together. Cultural determination. Through research and in-depth study of the car-drum culture, we cherish this opportunity. In addition to learning from each other, we can actively ask when encountering different problems, and we can strengthen our ability through teamwork. This is also the result of our in-depth practice of field investigation. !! Car drum array really brought us a very different experience and progress!