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El próximo 15 de noviembre se realizará la conferencia internacional denominada “El liderazgo de los museos en la acción climática” y las inscripciones ya se encuentran habilitadas en el enlace https://forms.gle/EDrUAu347dgk52Ew9. El evento, de acceso gratuito, es organizado por el Museo de ITAIPU Tierra Guaraní, el Consejo Internacional de Museos (ICOM) y el ICOM Paraguay.
With the support of Japan, the in-person training aimed to strengthen the knowledge and expertise of Ukrainian heritage professionals in disaster risk reduction, emergency preparedness, as well as advanced documentation on the state of conservation of cultural heritage sites.
Promoverán circuitos artísticos y coproducciones culturales, así como acciones vinculadas con la investigación y conservación del patrimonio artístico mueble e inmueble
Flood damage to cultural institutions and heritage is substantial, although it cannot be determined yet in full, Culture Minister Asta Vrečko said on Wednesday. The situation is worst in Gorenjska, the Savinja Valley and Koroška, the three most severely affected regions in the country. A dozen churches have also been flooded.
The libraries division of the ministry of culture will hold a two-day ‘festival of libraries’ on August 5 and August 6. ... The two-day festival will also see the launch of the National Ranking Framework for national, state, district and local level libraries and institutional and individually owned libraries. The survey will be used for ranking and felicitation of the libraries and individuals’ involvement in management of libraries, across the country.
AEA Consulting is pleased to announce the release of the 2022 Cultural Infrastructure Index. Established in 2016, the Index seeks to measure investment in capital projects in the cultural sector globally, identifying projects with a budget of US$10 million or more that were publicly announced or completed within a calendar year. An analysis of 2022 data shows that the volume of global investments in cultural projects has returned to pre-pandemic levels.