Wilma Alanoca Minister explained that the agenda includes from the 19 January the exhibition of “periodiquitos” to be held in the state-owned lines My cable car to the 2 February.
Minister of Culture, Wilma Alanoca, Friday presented the agenda of the Alasita 2018, which seeks to promote and disseminate the declaration of intangible cultural heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as revalue, visualize and protect the authorship of the work of artisans of the country.
“We have started with two objectives in this 2018, first to explain to the population that is the declaration of Intangible Cultural Heritage tours rituals in the city of La Paz to Alasita, and second revalue, visualize and protect the authorship of the work of our artisans from around the country, mainly from La Paz and El Alto, engaged in handicrafts introduce this time is the 24 de enero
He said that agenda includes from 19 January the exhibition of “periodiquitos” to be held in the state-owned lines My cable car to the 2 February.
Además, He said that this day provides for the free screening of the documentary “The Spirit calls from afar” at 17h30 to be held in the Auditorium Museum of Ethnography and Folklore of the city of La Paz.
Alanoca announced that the 23 January is planned ceremony-akullico around the Illa Tunupa to be held in the atrium of the church San Francisco at 16h30, to move it later on a walk to the National Museum of Archeology in the city of La Paz.