October 5, 2010
Global Seminars & Invited Speaker Series
ART AND ARTISTS IN CASCANTE: 16TH-17TH CENTURIES
Opening and presentation of the cycle
The Chair de Patrimonio y Arte Navarro, of the University of Navarra, in partnership with the association Cultural Vicus, organized a lecture series in Cascante under the title degree scroll "Art and Artists in Cascante: 16th-17th centuries", which took place on October 5, 6 and 7, 2010 in the conference room conference room of the Casa Museo Santa Vicenta in the town. At the presentation and opening of the course, the Mayor, Mr. Antonio Irujo, who welcomed the attendees to the cycle, the director of the Chair of Heritage and Navarrese Art, Mr. Ricardo Fernández Gracia and Mr. Santiago Rueda, who said at the event "it is a pleasure for Vicus to contribute to the promotion, knowledge dissemination and knowledge of Cascante's historical heritage. It is our desire that with this cycle, we acquire sufficient sensitivity to value the artistic heritage that our ancestors have given us bequest and we are able to transmit it to future generations".
The lectures were given at position by María Josefa Tarifa Castilla and Ricardo Fernández Gracia, professors of the Chair of Heritage and Navarrese Art of the University of Navarra and Jesús Criado Mainar, professor of the department of Art History of the University of Zaragoza.
Don Santiago Rueda, from the association Cultural Vicus de Cascante, opened the lecture series, together with the mayor of the town, Don Antonio Irujo and the director of the Chair de Patrimonio y Arte Navarro, Don Ricardo Fernández Gracia.
The course was held at auditorium of the Casa Museo Santa Vicenta de Cascante, with a large audience attendance .