International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

Upcoming Lectures

Resignificación del patrimonio escultórico en espacios públicos: desafíos para su preservación

Location: En línea
Como parte de las Serie de Conferencias de ICCROM, el Centro Nacional de Conservación y Restauración de Chile e ICCROM proponen este webinar sobre el tema de la resignificación del patrimonio escultórico en el espacio público: desafíos para su preservación. Participarán cinco panelistas de Iberoamérica, que explorarán este desafiante tema desde diferentes perspectivas, históricas, urbanas, técnicas, sociales y legales. El webinar permitirá esbozar estrategias de acción para abordar la gestión, preservación y conservación-restauración de este complejo patrimonio en el espacio público.

Engaging Youth and Communities in protecting African heritage: A Deeper Look into “Heritage Hubs” as sustainable and vibrant platforms in Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa.

Location: Online
Within the Youth.Heritage.Africa programme, ICCROM is working to establish a new type of co-creative and interactive initiative called "Heritage Hubs". The aim is to link heritage to daily life and ensure that in protecting and promoting it, heritage can also become a source of livelihood for the youth of Africa. ICCROM is partnering with institutions in different countries to implement various projects and activities that include informing, training and engaging young people in order to cultivate learning and broaden horizons. We aspire to create Heritage Hubs as knowledge-based innovation centres that foster youth engagement, entrepreneurship, and business development skills through creative arts and partnership within Africa's heritage protection and promotion cycle. The Hubs agenda goes beyond promoting understanding and appreciation of African cultural heritage among youth by touching specifically on how young people can use heritage to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

This webinar will dive deeper into the specificity of some of the Hubs and how they help leverage local knowledge and expertise to connect young people to real opportunities and ensure the sustainability of the activities.


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