The meeting, to be held in the General Archives of Murcia on 28th October has been conducted in collaboration with the Government of the Region of Murcia and the Ministry of Culture.
The visit to the Museum of Cieza Esparto, as stated in the program, is scheduled for 15.30.
The plan for the Safeguarding of Culture Esparto, developed at the initiative of the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain, aims the survival of intangible cultural heritage espartero related professional Domestically, public, and institutional recognition of the culture of esparto and traditional knowledge.
This work, which will be presented the day of the meeting, was made by Altiplano de Granada, SL, under the direction of Pascal Janin, a researcher and expert in Esparto, and monitoring of Rudder Tiemblo Maria Pia.
The publication of the same has been made by the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain.
The Conference will be opened by the Minister of Culture and government spokesman Murcia, Noelia Arroyo.
Intervene then Maria Comas, Director General of Cultural Property, followed by Gema Carrera, coordinator of the Atlas of Intangible Heritage of Andalusia and Maria Pia Helm, Coordinator of the National Plan for the Protection of PCI at the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain.
Later there will be a proposal to develop a joint bid between Morocco and Spain to the Declaration of the crafts linked to the culture of Esparto as Intangible Cultural Heritage to preserve.
This proposal will be defended by Chouikh Hassan, Director of Training at the Ministry of Handicrafts and Social Economy of Morocco, and Zouhir Marjane, Head of International Cooperation of the same ministry.
In the afternoon, participants will conduct a technical visit to the Museum of Cieza Esparto, which will be attended by the mayor of the town, D. Pascual Lucas.
The Museo del Esparto wishes to express its satisfaction at having been selected to participate in this international project and restates its willingness to participate in as many initiatives will aim to retrieve and disseminate the memory of one of the hallmarks most significant of our people: the culture of esparto.
Source: Museo del Esparto de Cieza