Department of Art and Culture UASLP will give the workshop “Cultural Heritage in Mexico”

Cultural Heritage in Mexico is made up of thematic concepts.

The Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí (UASLP) through the Department of Art and Culture offers the workshop “Cultural Heritage in Mexico”, which will be taught in person by the teacher José Ángel Sánchez Dávila, starting on 31 January 2022.

The idea of ​​the workshop is to provide the necessary tools to acquire a sensitivity to various elements around cultural heritage in Mexico, diversify and provide adequate consideration, this due to the fact that situations are sometimes confused, the purpose is that the participant can become sensitized with the Heritage.

The teacher José Sánchez Dávila, reiterated that, sometimes the artistic cultural heritage is confused with the historical one, with the different styles, so the objective is to provide the tools to understand why the issues are like this.

He stressed that it is the first time that the workshop “Cultural Heritage in Mexico” will be given, with which the objective is to concentrate the information that was previously dispersed in other courses, now it is sought to condense it with the themes of each element.

Sánchez Dávila pointed out that cultural heritage has the power to sensitize the population, to root in its place of origin, allowing a greater understanding of its past, present and future.

“For example, the cultural heritage in San Luis Potosí is very rich and many of the times we lose that of roots. Cultural heritage can give us an idea of ​​that emotion of belonging to a state ”.

Cultural Heritage in Mexico is made up of thematic concepts. It is a workshop that, in addition to drawing attention to people specialized in architectural styles or historical centers, the invitation is addressed to the general public that without being a specialist can have an approach to a better understanding of cultural heritage with the emphasis on protection.

Registrations are open until January 4, 2022, at the Department of Art and Culture, located at Calle de Mariano Arista No. 475, in the historic center. More information on the telephones: 444 812 78 14 and 444 826 13 00 extension 1269.