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The “AR&PA” International Conference is held as one of the activities of the Iberian Biennial of Cultural Heritage, in this edition it focuses "The role of Cultural Heritage in the construction of the Europe of Citizens".

The conference is based on lectures on a wide variety of subjects, one round table, and communications, with noted experts from the most varied possible fields related to the topic in question taking part. The conference also serves to analyse the current situation of each issue and to present the most recent research.

Speakers are invited on the basis of their contribution and practical experience in the subject matter of the conference, or for being international leaders in the various disciplines related to cultural heritage.

The different topics for the AR&PA International Conference to date have been:

  • 1998: Methods, techniques and criteria for conserving movable and immovable heritage.
  • 2000: Philosophy and protection of Heritage: "Restoring memory", a new concept in the conservation and restoration of modern architecture.
  • 2002: Restoration criteria for cultural assets: tradition and new technologies.
  • 2004: Archaeology, art and restoration
  • 2006: Heritage and Territory.
  • 2008: Heritage Management: towards a sustainable approach
  • 2010: Economics of Cultural Heritage.
  • 2012: Innovation in Cultural Heritage
  • 2014: Society and Heritage
  • 2016: Smart Heritage, smart territory
  • 2018: The role of Cultural Heritage in the construction of the Europe of Citizens

The minutes of each conference are published, including the presentations, communications and outcomes of each.

Aims

In the European year of Cultural Heritage, the 11th edition of the International Congress AR&PA 2018 would like to pay tribute to the significant role that the Cultural Heritage has played in the building of the Europe for Citizens. The Heritage is not empty or lifeless. It must be a lively meeting point of memories of the different peoples of Europe. These lively memories are captured in buildings, historical centres, archaeological sites and cultural and heritage landscapes. All these memories build a great collective memory which makes a solid basis of a developed, democratic and progressive civilization feasible. This civilization creates and invents thinking ahead, but firmly tightening its grip on past major accomplishments. All of these are summarised in the Cultural Heritage built along all ages.

The International Congress AR&PA 2018 puts forward a deep reflection on all these issues from different perspectives.

Lines of action

Four lines of action are proposed which will coincide with each Panel of Experts in charge of reading communications:

  1. The Cultural Heritage as European Identity
  2. Inhabiting the Cultural Heritage
  3. The Cultural Heritage as a social construction
  4. The innovation in the protection and intervention of the Cultural heritage

Dates

The AR&PA International Conference will be held as part of the AR&PA Biennial in Valladolid from 8th to 11th November 2018.

Venue

The "Chamber Room" of the Congress Center Miguel Delibes.

Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes

Junta de Castilla y León

Avenida Monasterio Nuestra Señora de Prado, 2. - C.P.: 47014 Valladolid. Valladolid España

983 385.604/983.376.405

http://www.auditoriomigueldelibes.com/

Junta de Castilla y León

41.64278 -4.7552576

More information

El Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes, también conocido como el Auditorio de Valladolid, es un referente nacional e internacional de la actividad cultural y musical de la Comunidad de Castilla y León y constituye un espacio único destinado a ofrecer una programación artística de alto nivel. Dependiente de la Consejería de Cultura y Turismo de la Junta de Castilla y León y diseñado por el arquitecto Ricardo Bofill, es uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de la Comunidad y un marco excepcional para el disfrute de la cultura y la música, cuyo icono más representativo es la Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, de la que es sede.

Infraestructuras:

El edificio alberga un gran Auditorio con capacidad para 1.700 personas y la Sala de música de Cámara con un aforo de más de 500 butacas. Estos dos auditorios, además de contar con una excelente acústica natural, disponen de sistemas y equipos que utilizan las más avanzadas tecnologías.

La Sala de teatro experimental con la que cuenta el Centro cultural Miguel Delibes fue concebida especialmente para ofrecer una versatilidad casi ilimitada, lo que la convierte en una de las pocas que existen en España de estas características.

El edificio es, también, un espacio dedicado a las Artes Escénicas en toda su amplitud albergando la Escuela Profesional de Danza y la Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático, además del Conservatorio Profesional de Música.

El Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes ofrece:

  • 5.500 m2 de superficie para el Auditorio
  • 1.700 butacas en el Auditorio
  • 2.550 m2 de superficie para el Teatro Experimental
  • 400/600 butacas en el Teatro Experimental dependiendo de la configuración del escenario
  • 2.000 m2 de superficie para la Sala de Música de Cámara
  • 513 butacas en la Sala de Música de Cámara
  • 4.000 m2 dedicados al Conservatorio Profesional de Música
  • 4.950 m2 de superficie para la Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático y la Escuela Profesional de Danza
  • 1.160 m2 de zona de exposiciones y Biblioteca

Further information:

For specific information, please contact (00 34) 617 63 03 93 or:  secretariacongreso.arpa@jcyl.es