BRINGING THE HERITAGE CLOSER. ESTELLA, ART AND THE ROAD
From August 25 to 28, 2009
Gustavo de Maeztu Museum of Estella
OPENING AND PRESENTATION OF THE COURSE
The Chair of Heritage and Navarrese Art of the University of Navarra gave the course Acercar el Patrimonio. Estella, Arte y Camino, in the framework of the program of the "Summer Courses of the Universities of Navarre 2009", under the direction of Professor José Javier Azanza López, and with the special partnership of the City Council of Estella, from 25 to 28 August 2009. Most of the sessions were held in the two rooms set up in the Gustavo de Maeztu Museum, which was packed with more than 120 people who were enrolled and who attentively followed the lessons that dealt with the knowledge of the cultural assets and historical-artistic heritage of the town of Estella from the Age average to the 20th century, in addition to a visit programmed to explain in situ some of the most notable monuments in the town, with the aim of making the attending public perceive, in a direct way, their value multidisciplinary .
The opening of the course took place on Tuesday, August 25, whose inaugural session was to position of Mr. Pedro González Felipe, Director General of training Professional and Universities of the Foral Government, Mrs. Begoña Ganuza, mayoress of the city, and Mr. Ricardo Fernández Gracia, Director of the Chair of Heritage and Navarrese Art. In their speeches, they highlighted the importance of knowing in order to value and protect cultural assets of singular relevance.
The course was held in the two rooms set up at the Gustavo de Maeztu Museum, given the high number of participants issue , which exceeded 120.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25
The splendor of Estella in the Renaissance. Art and Artists
Ms. María Concepción García Gainza. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
Image of God, image of man: the façade of San Miguel de Estella
Mr. Javier Martínez de Aguirre Aldaz. Complutense University of Madrid
San Pedro de la Rúa: styles and interstyles in a medieval building.
D. Carlos J. Martínez Álava. I.E.S. "Pedro de Ursua" of Pamplona
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26TH
Following in the footsteps of the Gothic in Estella: Santo Sepulcro and Santo Domingo
Ms. Santiaga Hidalgo Sánchez. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
Estella's movable heritage
Ms. Mercedes Jover Hernando. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
A city born for the Camino. visit guided tour of the city of Estella
D. Román Felones Morrás. Full Professor of Geography and History of the I.E.S. Tierra Estella.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27TH
Architecture and Humanism in Estella in the 16th century.
Mrs. María Josefa Tarifa Castilla. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
Traces of the Baroque in Estella
Ms. Pilar Andueza Unanua. Chair of Navarrese Art and Heritage.
The sumptuary arts in Estella: from the Age average to the 19th century.
D. Ignacio Miguéliz Valcarlos. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28TH
Images of a conflict. Estella and the last Carlist War
D. Ignacio Jesús Urricelqui Pacho. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
reportIdentity and image of Estella in the plastic arts of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Mr. José Javier Azanza López. Chair of Navarrese Heritage and Art.
Museum and city. Gustavo de Maeztu and Estella
D. Gregorio Díaz Ereño. Director of the Jorge Oteiza Museum.