Course in Med cultural heritage development in Naples

Mare Nostrum must resume central role

07 September, 10:53

    (ANSAmed) - NAPLES, SEPTEMBER 7 - The High School of Art and Theology of the Pontifical Theological Faculty in Naples has launched a new course in development and pastoral care of cultural heritage in the Mediterranean.

    The course is designed for people wanting to work in cultural heritage and the field of sacred art and architecture.

    It aims to study the artistic and cultural resources of the Mediterranean from a theological point of view, against the backdrop of the history of the civilisations and religious identities of yesterday and today. In the period 2017-2019 the school will take the Mediterranean as its specific theme in order to highlight "the challenges, but in particular the notable cultural opportunities that must be taken up in order that the Mare Nostrum can go back to playing a central role," a statement said. Students follow courses in 'Art and theology for cultural heritage" and "proposals for a new sacred architecture". Registration can be done on line and the deadline in October 15. (ANSAmed).

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