Programme

Humanities, Arts and Social Cohesion

Mação, March 30th to April 4th, 2020

 

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March 30

 

9h00 

Opening

9h30 

Zoltan Somhegyi, Visions of the context. On the changing attachments to natural and built environments and their representation

10h15 

Pause

10h45 

Teresa Desterro, The power of images as an identitarian cultural factor

11h15

 

11h45 

Debate

14h30 

WORKSHOP Pedro Cura - Experimentation

March 31

 

9h30 

Anis Chaaya, The Qadisha Valley and the Cedar Forest of God: a World Heritage Cultural Landscape site.

10h15 

Pause

10h45 

André Luis R. Soares, Maria Medianeira Padoin, César de David, Adriano Figueiró, Jorge Alberto Soares Cruz, Heritage Education in the 4th Colony of Italian Immigration, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: multiple experiences in the creation of a Geopark.

11h15 

Raluca Ghideanu, The social cohesion of domestic sorcery in Transylvanian villages. Art and performance.

11h30 

Mihaela Moțăianu, Fractal worlds. Discovering fractal communities through psychogeographic experiments in Mação.

11h45 

Debate

 

15h EXHIBITION Mihaela Moțăianu, Discovering fractal worlds through psychogeographic experiments in the community of Mação.

 

WORKSHOP - The photographs from the exhibition "Fractal communities", reproduced in large numbers, will be made available to the public who will choose one of the images and write a comment on the respective image in relation to Macao. In the end all these texts associated with the images will be gathered and form a poetic book of the city, with the preface by Luiz Oosterbeek and Dragos Gheorghiu. The book will be presented as an Internet page (Mihaela Motaianu).

April 1

 

9h30 

Robert Belot, When the "primitive" arts divide the world. Challenges and complexity of the current movement of the return or restitution of cultural heritage.

10h15 

Pause

10h45 

Marta Arzarello, Before art became art. Everything you wanted to know about the first forms of art but that no one (including me) has ever discovered.

11h15

Ramón Montes, Beyond Tourism. Prehistoric Rock Art as instrument for Intercultural Cooperation.

11h45

Debate  

15h00

Meeting CIPSH-UNESCO chairs

April 2

 

9h30 

Adrian Corpadean, Un bilan de l'expérience roumaine en matière de cohésion sociale après 13 ans en tant que membre de l'Union européenne.

10h15 

Pause

10h45

Robert Sala I Ramos

11h15 

Zoltan Somhegyi, From nostalgia to solastalgia. On the relevance of mourning and longing in understanding the environment

11h45 

Anis Chaaya, The peninsula of Enfeh and its natural landscape conserves the remains of a Frankish stronghold.

12h15

Debate

15h 

Fernando Coimbra, Raul Domingues, Video- Images and sounds of the Campaniform hipogea of Portuguese Estremadura.

15h30 

Students presentations

April 3

 

9h30 

Dragos Gheorgiu, Brancusi’s monumento at Târgu Jiu as a social cohesion

10h15 

Pause

10h4

Catalin Trandafir, Future art and its role in cultural resilience in an evolutionary society

11h00 

Claudia Popescu, A national identity taking shape through art and architecture: The New Romanian Style.                    

11h00 

Razvan Clondir, Crowd sourcing as an artistic instrument for social cohesion

11h15 

Helena Zemankova, Le rôle de l’art.

14h30 

Students presentations

15h 

Closing conference : Vítor Oliveira Jorge

Quelques suggestions de stratégie philosophique pour essayer de surmonter les impasses de l'archéologie préhistorique et ses discours.