Iran Favors Expansion of Regional Cultural Heritage Trainings
TEHRAN (IRNA) – Deputy Director of Cultural Heritage, Crafts and Tourism, has called for the promotion of cultural heritage in the regional countries.
Mohammad-Hassan Talebian made the comments in the opening session of the first International Training Workshop on the Museum of the Environment and Preventive Conservation, which took place in the Palace of Golestan.
The Public Relations Research Institute for Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RIGHT) quoted Talebian as a reference to the diversity and the number of historical monuments in Iran that have transformed the country into the land of cultural heritage and reiterated the importance of education at regional level Level And stressed the willingness of Iran to continue these events.
Head of Iran’s ICOM (International Council of Museums), Seyed Ahmad Mohit Tabatabaei, and head of the Golestan Palace Museum, Nosrati, once again spoke about the history of the palace and its historical and artistic values.
Abdolkarim Shadmehr, the administrative finance department of RICHT, set up research centers of the Institute and available capacities for supporting joint research projects.
The lecturers of the workshop and foreign participants expressed satisfaction with the capacity of the workshop and demanded the continuation of the training activities in this respect.
They urged them to work together with museums and other foreign cultural centers.
The first International Training Workshop for the Museum Environment and Preventive Conservation was sponsored by the Research Center for the Conservation and Restoration of Historical and Cultural Monuments of the Institute for Cultural Heritage and Tourism.
It has been organized in collaboration with the Cultural Heritage, the Cultural Institute of the Cultural Heritage, the Cultural Institute of the Cultural Heritage, the Cultural Institute of the ECO, the International Center for the Research and Restoration of Cultural Objects (ICCROM) and the English Cultural Heritage with the support of The International Department of Environment and Sustainable Development At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The first International Training Workshop for the Museum Environment and Preventive Conservation aims to improve the knowledge of the curators and protectors of museums and active trustees of the cultural heritage in museums.