| UPCT 2020 University Extension Course to be held from October 19 to 21 in the auditorium of the Roman Theater Museum in Cartagena | The Roman Theater Museum in collaboration with the UPCT 2020 University Extension Courses has organized a course on Cartagena's Cultural Heritage: News and Future Projects, to be held from October 19 to 21 in the Assembly Hall of the Museo del Roman Theater of Cartagena.The course will focus on the Cultural Heritage of Cartagena, including the Archaeological Heritage that has undergone a profound transformation in recent decades, the increase in the number of interventions parallel to the development of research has resulted in the location and study of some of the most relevant buildings of the ancient Carthaginian and Roman city, such as the Punic wall, the forum, and especially the Theater, which has become one of the most emblematic monuments of the city.
To this is added important advances in the research, dissemination, rehabilitation and enhancement of other cultural assets linked to military heritage or Modernism.Therefore, in this course we want to update the city's heritage wealth, as well as address some news and future projects, such as the Museum of the Roman Forum, Amphitheater or the Old Cathedral, taking into account that the Heritage Cultural and its presentation to the public constitutes a complex and dynamic process in permanent evolution, which requires multidisciplinary work.
That is why the course's teachers bring together archaeologists, historians, restaurateurs, urban planners and architects, all of them involved in heritage recovery projects.COURSE PROGRAMMonday October 199.00-10.30h: The Roman Forum Quarter and its Museum.
José Miguel Noguera Celdrán, Professor of Archeology at the University of Murcia and María José Madrid Balanza.
Archeologist, director of the Molinete Archaeological Excavations.11.00-12.30h: Conservation and restoration: intervention criteria in the entire Forum district.
Izaskun Martínez Peris.
Restorer, technical direction of conservation and archaeological restoration of El Molinete.12:30 - 14:00: The architectural intervention in the Forum Quarter and its new Museum.
Andrés Cánovas Álcaraz.
Architect and Director of the Department of Projects of ETSAM.17.00-18.00h: Cartagena Puerto de Culturas: start-up of the Foro Romano Museum.
María Dolores Ponce Albaladejo.
Attached to Management of Cartagena Puerto de Culturas.18.30-20.30h: Visit to the Barrio del Foro Romano and Museo del Foro.
Research and intervention team.Tuesday October 209.00-10.30h: Visit News and proposals of the Master Plan of the Amphitheater: an on-site tour.
María del Carmen Berrocal Caparrós, Archeologist and Andrés Cánovas Álcaraz.
Architect and Director of the Department of Projects of ETSAM.11.00-12.30h: The Church of Santa María (Old Cathedral of Cartagena).
An archaeological reading of its construction activities.
Antonio Murcia Muñoz.
Roman Theater Museum Cartagena.12:30 - 14:00: Interventions in the Old Cathedral of Cartagena and its Master Plan.
Juan de Dios de la Hoz Martínez.
Architect, Lavila arquitectos SLP17.00-18.00h: News in the educational dissemination of the Roman Theater Museum in Cartagena.
Elena Ruiz Valderas, director of the Museo Teatro Romano Cartagena and María Dolores Delgado Marín, professor at ISEN Centro Universitario, Cartagena.18, 30-20.30h: The Roman theater in Cartagena: future projects.
Elena Ruiz Valderas, Director of the Roman Theater Museum.
Visit Roman Theater.Wednesday, October 219.00-10.30h: Architectural renovation of the city.
Eclecticism and Modernism in Cartagena.
José Antonio Rodríguez Martín, architect of JARM Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Patrimonio.11.00-12.30h: History of two cities: the architecture of Cartagena through its cemetery.
María José Muñoz Mora.
Professor in the Department of Architecture and Building Technology.
Upct.12.30-14.00: Military heritage: past, present and future.
José Antonio Martínez López.
Professor of Architecture Degree at UCAM.17.00-19.00h: Visit to the Aguirre Palace, jewel of modernism.
Natalia Grau, Head Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Cartagena.19.00-20.00h: Round Table: Conservation, Restoration and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage.MORE INFORMATION Date: October 19-21, 2020Place: Assembly Hall of the Roman Theater Museum in Cartagena.Hours: From 9:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m.
and from 4:30 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m.Course: 25 teaching hoursNumber of Credits: 2.5 LRU - 1 ECTSMaximum number of students: 30Directed by: Elena Ruiz ValderasCode: 53183Enrollment: Enrollment rules: In order to enroll, it is necessary to register through the UPCT websitePhone: 918.104.22.168
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena