The Externado Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty consistently works on information and education projects providing authorities tools to protect our cultural heritage.
The Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty and its Specialization in Museums and Cultural Institutions Sustainability, invite to the talk offered by Professor Riemer Knoop, of the Reinwardt Academy (Netherlands).
The Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty invites to participate in the Conference and the Extension Course, presenting the fields of action and the professional profiles involved in the creation, implementation, and evaluation of projects enabling the study, management, and protection of this heritage.
This week, and through Saturday, October 14, 2017, the Externado de Colombia Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty will host the “First Externadista Archaeology Week.”
On Saturday, October 2017, a meeting on the subject will be held. The meeting is open to the public and those interested in pursuing careers in this area and cultural heritage activities.
Catalina Bateman, Director of the Conservation and Restoration of Movable Cultural Heritage Program, participated in the International Council of Museums- Conservation Committee (ICOM-CC) Triennial Conference.
Strategies for storage of underwater archaeological assets in Cartagena and a study of the religious collection of Holy Week in Mompox are some of the work themes.
The agreement between the Warren Lasch Conservation Center (WLCC) at Clemson University (USA) and the Externado de Colombia Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty – Archaeology Program, focuses on research and training in the conservation of underwater cultural heritage.
Within the framework of the celebration of International Museum Day, the Heritage Studies Faculty introduced a new Specialization program.
In commemoration of International Museum Day, the Heritage Studies Faculty will hold a “Museums and contested histories” meeting and, also, introduce the Specialization in Museums and Cultural Institutions Sustainability.