The Cultural Heritage study group “Heritage and Conflict” participated in the support process of the Museum of Caquetá for the construction of a curatorial script for reflection on a place of memory in Puerto Torres.
The event comprises three key lectures, a group work session, and a discussion group, to address the current importance of cultural institutions facing challenging environments.
Diana Carvajal talked about her archaeological and ethnoarchaeological work in the Canal del Dique, among other topics.
The Archaeology and the Conservation and Restoration of Movable Cultural Heritage undergraduate programs invite young people, between 14 and 18 years of age, to participate in the activities raising awareness of the importance for a country of its cultural heritage.
The Archaeology Program introduces the new Specialization in Submerged Cultural Heritage.
The Cultural Department of the Embassy of Spain and the Externado Archaeology Program invite to the chat: “Stories made of objects and emotional communities; the case of Spain and submerged heritage.”
Experts in the field analyzed and presented reflections on the discipline and the country’s current context.
Caquetá Memory Reconstruction Project.
The course, coordinated by the Externado Cultural Assets Conservation and Restoration Program, will be held June 21 through July 4, 2018.
Eleven fifth-semester Movable Assets Conservation and Restoration students and three Cultural Heritage Studies Faculty professors participated in the Workshop.