Taking as a reference the ethnoescenology and ethnomusicology developed in Paris for 20 years, from the Ankidu Cultural Association, we developed this area of study, independent and transversal in our activities, related to the scenic and musical field.

In our specific case, our interest and study is born from the study of the way in which cultural transmission occurs, starting from a synchronic approach  and using  3 concepts: participation, pertenence and appropriation.

From these concepts, we investigate, from a stable group of dancers and musicians, the way in which cultural transmission and identity are produced.

For the selection of participants in this working group, cultural and social diversity is taken into account.

The objective parallel to the study is to find possible forms of manage of the cultural and social diversity.