George Town World Heritage Incorporated will be organising a photography workshop in March 2020 for cultural heritage artisans and practitioners, cultural and creative industry entrepreneurs, and the local communities who want to promote the cultural heritage of George Town and Melaka.
The inaugural George Town World Heritage Incorporated Heritage Recognition and Awards 2020 is now open for nominations to honour individuals and groups with outstanding contributions to the Outstanding Universal Value of the George Town World Heritage Site.
George Town World Heritage Incorporated is calling for quotations from qualified parties to manage and execute the Pai Thee Kong (Jade Emperor God’s birthday) Celebration to be held on 1 February 2020 in the surrounding area of Chew Jetty in Weld Quay, George Town.
George Town World Heritage Incorporated will be organising the Curation and Gallery Management Workshop to promote local cultural industries and traditions, as well as enhance awareness of our cultural heritage.
George Town World Heritage Incorporated is calling for proposals from qualified parties to curate, manage, and execute George Town Festival 2021 and 2022.
George Town World Heritage Incorporated is now accepting applications for Phase Two of the Fire Responders for George Town World Heritage Site programme, held to train and equip 50 participants with practical knowledge to effectively respond to fire emergencies.
George Town World Heritage Incorporated has introduced Living Heritage Recognition and Appreciation Programme 2019 to give recognition to long-standing establishments of skilled trades and crafts in the George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The award-winning Taiwanese opera troupe Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company will return with a traditional opera performance in Penang this July in conjunction with George Town Heritage Celebrations 2019, as invited by George Town World Heritage Incorporated.
In our efforts to promote disaster risk management, George Town World Heritage Incorporated (GTWHI) has published a series of awareness posters which the public can take for free and display at their homes and business premises.