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February 10 to 17
Chihuahua, Chih. México.

Schedule

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Program

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PROGRAMA DEL EVENTO
FECHAHORADESCRIPCIÓN
Jueves
13 de Febrero
Ubicación:
TEATRO DE CÁMARA
08:00 horasRegistro.
09:00 horasPresentación del presídium.
09:15 horasPalabras de autoridad local.
09:35 horasPalabras de Cecilia CALDERÓN-PUENTE (MEXICO), Presidenta CIIC
10:00 horasLeonardo CASTRIOTA (BRASIL), Vicepresidente de ICOMOS Internacional
10:30 horasToshyuki KONO (JAPON), Presidente de ICOMOS Internacional.
11:00 horas<<<< Network Coffee >>>>>>
PRIMER PANEL: Interpretación, conservación y revaloración de los Itinerarios Culturales
11:30 horasRosa Ana GENOVESE (ITALIA). Interpretation, conservation and enhancement of Pilgrimage Cultural Routes
12:00 horasMichael TAYLOR (EUA). Lo tangible y lo intangible.
12:30 horasBegoña BERNAL SANTA OLALLA (ESPAÑA). Perdidos en el Camino, activación crítica y valoración. Al borde de la nada.
SUBTEMAS: El valor de la cultura, lo tangible y lo intangible, las variables en la apropiación del conocimiento de los Itinerarios Culturales.
13:00 horasFumihiko ITO (JAPÓN). A Study of the Conservation and Inheritance of “Pilgrimage Route” as a Cultural Heritage. A Case study on the Kumano Pilgrimage Route Iseji
13:30 – 16:30 horas<<<<< COMIDA >>>>>>
16:30 horasFanding DU, Yi BI & Ge YANG (CHINA). Recognition and conservation of the Long March Series Cultural Relics of China from the Perspective of Cultural Routes.
17:00 horasErwu LI (CHINA). A Single Property in Danger: in View of the Cultural Route “Silk Roads: Routes Network of Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor”. A Case Study of Targar
SEGUNDO PANEL: El patrimonio compartido en los Itinerarios Culturales
17:30 horasAlicia CAHN BEHEREND (ARGENTINA). Aproximación a criterios de gestión en bienes de valor cultural inmaterial de UNESCO. Su extrapolación a los Itinerarios Culturales.
18:00 horasAdda GHEORGHIEVICI (BULGARIA). Identidad: Nuestra dignidad común.
SUBTEMAS: Dignidad común entre diversas regiones, la transversalidad y la gestión de los Itinerarios Culturales, declaración por la Paz y el entendimiento entre las naciones.
18:30 horasKarla MUÑOZ ALCOCER (MEXICO). El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, fuente de importación de influencias artísticas y materiales.
19:00 horasPresentación de libro “Arquitectura moderna: Su expresión en el Chihuahua del siglo XX”
Viernes
14 de febrero
Ubicación:
TEATRO DE CÁMARA
TERCER PANEL: Itinerarios Culturales y Territorio.
09:00 horasCarmen DALY (VENEZUELA). Desarrollo sustentable y evaluación de impactos en el Patrimonio y cambio climático: Alianzas en la adversidad?.
09:30 horasÁngela ROJAS (CUBA).  El Camino Real en el Gran Caribe y su relación con los sistemas territoriales.
SUBTEMAS: La visión holística del patrimonio: intercambios multidimensionales, continuos y recíprocos de bienes, ideas, conocimientos y valores entre pueblos; La ocupación histórica del territorio: procesos de conformación de los itinerarios; Gestión ambiental, cambio climático y evaluación de impactos.
10:00 horasYimei ZHANG & Yiqing ZOU (CHINA). Tea-Horse Road as a Cultural Route – tracing political, economic and cultural exchange in southwest China and beyond.
10:30 horasYing ZU & Zilang MA (CHINA). Understanding the Great Tea Route: a route of power, exchange and culture.
11:00 -11:30 horas<<<< Network Coffee >>>>>>
CUARTO PANEL: Caminos Históricos
11:30 horasKaisa BARTHULI (EUA). Caminos Históricos.
12:00 horasWerner VON TRÜTZSCHLER (ALEMANIA). Roots with historical background – an analysis of different terms.
12:30 horasAntonio ÁLVAREZ TEJEDOR (ESPAÑA). No todos los caminos llevan a un Itinerario Cultural. El poder y rigor de las palabras.
SUBTEMAS: Vinculación geográfica entre comunidades, valor patrimonial específico, tipología en los caminos.
13:00 horasDaniel VALE (PORTUGAL). The Via Antiqua from Braga to Astorga : Architecture’s contribution to the transformation and permanence of a Cultural Route.
13:30 – 16:30 horas<<<<< ESPACIO PARA COMIDA >>>>>>
Viernes
14 de febrero
Ubicación:
QUINTA CAROLINA
16:30 – 19:30 horasTALLERES FORMATIVOS EN ITINERARIOS CULTURALES:
SALA 1. El Patrimonio Cultural como Instrumento de resiliencia para el cambio climático.
Impartido por: Carmen Daly Schelbert (Venezuela).
SALA 2. Música en el Camino de Santiago
Impartido por: Antonio Álvarez Tejedor (España)
SALA 3 Introduciéndose al significado del camino histórico.
Impartido por: Kaisa Barthulli (EEUU) y Michael Taylor (EEUU)
19:30 – 20:00 horasCierre Talleres Formativos en Itinerarios Culturales
20:00 – 22:00 horasTraslado y recorrido nocturno por el Centro de la Ciudad.
Sábado
15 de febrero
Ubicación:
Colegio de Arquitectos de Chihuahua
18:00 horasConclusiones
19:30 horasBrindis de Clausura

Workshops

Ojo Blanco

In charge of: Carmen Daly Schelbert (Venezuela).

Cultural heritage in addition to representing the cultural and natural diversity of the planet also promotes respect between cultures, protects traditions, collective memory and generates social cohesion. In the 21st century there are major global challenges, so the proposed workshop will seek to discuss and discuss some of the instruments that can collaborate in how to address climate change, and getting to design documents of disclosure and easy understanding of the topic

In charge of: Antonio Álvarez Tejedor (España)

The roads are physical paths through which humans and populations enter into communication, but sometimes a path becomes something more transcendental because it becomes at the same time the origin of life and the scene of vital experiences. The proposed workshop will seek to introduce the assistant to the intangible that alive to a cultural route through music: as is the fidula of a minstrel who sang a miracle succeeded, singing to love with the Provencal troubadour aesthetic in the Galician finisterre, or the sing with the aesthetic uses of the lands of northern Europe.

In charge of: Kaisa Barthulli (EEUU) y Michael Taylor (EEUU)

As the heritage values of historic roads continue to be recognized, so has the need to develop strategies for their conservation, interpretation and management. This workshop will seek to introduce the concept of historic roads, their different types and material resources, and their relationship to cultural routes. The workshop will also discuss how CIIC is working to investigate, develop, and disseminate scientific information in support of historic roads.

Register Fee

$4,680 MXN

($250 USD)

Important: You must choose and book one of the 3 trips aside from your register fee. Your form trip selección is only for records. A 3 hour workshop on February 14th is included on you fee, you will be able to choose one on the registre process.





Required Trip options (choose 1)

Travel 1 - Chihuahua-Parral-Santa Bárbara-Valle de Allende-Coronado-Villa Lopez-Jiménez- Camargo

In the morning, depart from the hotel headquarters to the city of Parral, a mining town that in the mid-18th century was one of the most important commercial cities of the State of Chihuahua, in conjunction with Valle de Allende and the current capita itself. Here you will have the opportunity to visit the Alvarado Palace and the La Prieta Mine. Later you will visit Santa Bárbara , the first mining town, founded at the end of the S.XVI-, Valle de Allende -which is the terminal city of the current declaration of the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Cultural Route as World Heritage-, Coronado and Villa López. Subsequently a tour of Camargo city will be made, with a stopover in Delicias city, founded in the twentieth century under a national project for the development and technology of the countryside.

Travel time:: one and a half days
Departure from the city of Chihuahua: 8:00hr.
Arrival in the city of Chihuahua: 17:00hr.
Cost: $2,050.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
The trip includes transfer and box lunch for two days
Dinner is not included, cost approx. $250.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
The accommodation: you will pay directly to Hotel Santa Fe in Camargo, double room with buffet breakfast included, $1,127.00MN (Mexican pesos)

Travel 2 - Chihuahua- Coyame del Sotol- La Cruz- Delicias

In the morning, depart from the hotel headquarters to Coyame del Sotol, a city to which the typical Chihuahua drink, sotol, is named. You will travel through the area of the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro that the first Spaniards used during the 16th century, following in the footsteps of the natural ethnic groups that lived from the waters of the Conchos River. The town of Cuchillo Parado will be known, cradle of the Mexican Revolution. The next day you will take a catamaran tour along the Conchos River, you will travel a stretch of the Camino Real in La Cruz and in Delicias you will visit the museum of the great Chihuahua desert that covers part of the southern USA and northern Mexico.

Travel time:: one and a half days
Departure from the city of Chihuahua: 8:00hr.
Arrival in the city of Chihuahua: 17:00hr.
Cost: $2,550.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
The trip includes transfer and box lunch for two days
Dinner is not included, cost approx. $250.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
Breakfast is hotel buffet, not included, costs $170.00MXN (Mexican pesos).
The accommodation: you will pay directly to Hotel Casa Grande Delicias, double or single room $1,440.00MXN (Mexican pesos)

Travel 3 - Chihuahua- Santa Maria de las Cuevas- Namurachi- Cuauhtémoc

In the morning, departure from the hotel headquarters to the village of Santa Maria de Cuevas, here we will visit the Jesuit temple dating from the seventeenth century, considered cultural heritage, in it show works of artisans from the south of the country, which presents the building as a part of the plot of roads that were part of the Camino Real Cultural Route. You visit the natural heritage in the Namurachi canyon a very special place, where you can appreciate the beginning of the mountainous area of the State of Chihuahua. The next day from Cuauhtémoc city we will take a tour of the Mennonite fields, to enjoy and know the heritage shared by three cultures of this region, constituted by an important commercial corridor of Latin America, which includes the Mennonite museum. Back in Chihuahua, a small stopover will be made in Santa Isabel to visit the Las Ruelas vineyards and learn about the winemaking process.

Travel time:: one and a half days
Departure from the city of Chihuahua: 8:00hr.
Arrival in the city of Chihuahua: 17:00hr.
Cost: $2,600.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
The trip includes transfer and box lunch for two days
Dinner is not included, cost approx. $250.00MXN (Mexican pesos)
The accommodation: you will pay directly to Microtel Inn and Suites By Wyndham Cuautémoc, double room with continental breakfast included, $1,319.00MXN (Mexican pesos)

Post-Event Journey

Visit to the Copper Canyons

The Copper Canyons is the system formed by seven canyons located in the Sierra Tarahumara in the southwest of the Mexican State of Chihuahua. They are named after the copper tone of their walls. In the place, for centuries has inhabited legends and traditions of the ethnicities that live there: the Rarámuri or Tarahumaras. Close to the place there are several current tourist attractions such as adventure sports, cultural walks and localities that have grown up because of its proximity to this place, as is the case with the village of Creel.

Lodging and other information

On February 2020, CIIC will host their Scientific Encounter and General Assembly which will take place at Chihuahua city. The state holds a great reference since the city of Valle de Allende is an ending point to 2010 World Heritage nomination route El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.

Lodging and other information

On February 2020, CIIC will host their Scientific Encounter and General Assembly which will take place at Chihuahua city. The state holds a great reference since the city of Valle de Allende is an ending point to 2010 World Heritage nomination route El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.