Portuguese Association of Landscape Architects APAP and the Portuguese Institute of Cultural Heritage are marking 30 years of the launch of the first Programme of Historic Gardens in Portugal on 23-24 November 2018.
Landscape Observatory of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto considers it most important to hold, in collaboration with the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens, a conference to reflect on the work carried out since the launch of the Program in 1988, up to the to evaluate the main achievements and to identify the paths still to be taken in the conservation and restoration of the heritage of Historic Gardens in Portugal.
Friday, 23 November 2018
9h00-9h50 – Coffee and registration of participants
10h – Opening – Director of FCUP and Landscape Observatory
10h15 – The Program of Restoration of Historic Gardens of 1988 in the context of the conservation and valorization of the Cultural Patrimony, António Lamas
10h45 – The construction of an action program for the restoration of historic gardens (1988) Teresa Andresen
11h00 – Round table – The implementation and evolution of the program – impact on the theory and practice of the recovery of gardens in Portugal. Moderation Teresa Andresen with João Ceregeiro (Cloister of the Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon), Laura Costa (Porto Botanical Garden), Maria João Dias Costa (Near Tibães Monastery and Jardim dos Biscainhos Garden), Mário Fortes (Jardim Botânico da Ajuda, Jardim das Ladies of Ajuda Palace), Rita Gonçalves (Quinta de Monserrate, Sintra), Rui Valada (House of Ramalde, Porto).
13h00 – Lunch break
14:30 pm – What future for the Conservation and Recovery of Landscape Heritage? – Guidelines of the International Committee for Cultural Landscapes ICOMOS-IFLA Cristina Castel-Branco
14:45 – Round Table – What future for the Conservation and Recovery of Landscape Heritage in Portugal? Moderation Cristina Castel-Branco, João Carlos Santos (Directorate General of Cultural Heritage), Sónia Azambuja (Portuguese Association of Landscape Architects), Miguel Coelho de Sousa (Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens), Aurora Carapinha (University of Évora), Manuel Nunes Rodrigo Dias (Municipality of Oeiras).
16:45 – Final comments by Teresa Patrício Gouveia. An agenda for the conservation of Historic Gardens in Portugal
17:15 pm – Prize of the Photo Contest ‘Historic Gardens in Portugal’
17h30 – Port of Honor
Visit to the Biodiversity Gallery – Centro Ciência Viva | Museum of Natural History and Science of the U.Porto
Saturday, 24 November 2018
11:00 am – Guided visit to the Botanical Garden of Porto, Paulo Farinha Marques (Jardim Botânico do Porto – MHNC-UP)
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