The project partner Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Regional Government of Castilla y León is organising the Iberian Biennial of Cultural Heritage – AR&PA – from 26th to 28th November. This special digital edition called “AR&PA 2.0.” has been adapted and updated to fit new circumstances arising from the Covid-19 health crisis and will elaborate on the theme “The Resilience of Cultural Heritage”.
Ms Cristina Escudero Remirez, technical expert of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Coordinator of the Emergency Unit for Cultural Heritage of the Region Castilla y León (UGRECYL) and PROCULTHER Focal Point, will present the project scope and objectives on Thursday 26 November, starting from 5 p.m.
Since 1998 AR&PA has focused on the diverse disciplines that comprise Cultural Heritage at both national and international level and today represents a unique and vast exhibition space offering opportunities for networking among sector professionals, and a reflection forum for professionals and institutions engaged in the field of the stewardship and management of Cultural Heritage.
The PROCULTHER Presentation by Ms Escudero Remirez is foreseen on Thursday 26 November, at 4 p.m. To follow the presentation and interact with questions and comments, interested visitors must register into the AR&PA 2.0 website and enter in the Las Médulas Virtual Room.
For further details on our participation to AR&PA, read the news item PROCULTHER TO THE IBERIAN BIENNIAL AR&PA 2.0: “THE RESILIENCE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE”
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