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ICOM presents museums from Latin America and the Caribbean in August

ICOM presents museums from Latin America and the Caribbean in August

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From 1st to 31st August, 2010, the ICOM Pavilion will be presenting museums from Latin America and the Caribbean. This summer, children and their families will continue to take great delight in discovering and rediscovering museums through the temporary exhibition and many lively activities.

What’s New
1 August, 2010
11.00 – 11.30, 15.00 – 15.30
Tango dance from Argentina
ICOM Pavilion and the Argentina Pavilion have forged a partnership with the help of the ICOM National Committee of Argentina for the opening of the ICOM Latin America and the Caribbean Month in August. They will be bringing us a performance of the Tango – a dance featured on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage – in the setting of a museum, so as to commemorate the month dedicated to the region.

11 August, 2010
14.30 – 15.00, 15.30 – 16.00
Music show from Brazil
The ICOM Pavilion will welcome the venue of Mr. Alessandro Golombiewski Teixeira, the Commissioner General of the Brazil Pavilion who will be bringing two sessions of traditional music show with the group Chico Lobo from the region Minas Gerais.

26 – 27 August, 2010
11.00 – 12.00, 15.30 – 16.30
Colombian Cultures
Mr. Gustavo Gaviria, Commissioner General of the Colombia Pavilion will present a 5-minute 3D film entitled ‘Colombia, a country with a lot of dimensions’,

Focus on the Temporary Exhibition
Museums in Latin America and the Caribbean are young and dynamic. It is a region of change and of hope.
The diversity of the cultures belonging to each nation is reflected in the different collections that the museums hold. A museum of Tango can well exist, and similarly one that is dedicated to football; a museum serves as the living memory of the past and witnesses constantly the evolution of society.
ICOM has prepared a full month of exhibitions elaborating on the social, cultural, economic, environmental and technological developments of museums in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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