Wed, 22 May 2019 12:06 - Updated Wed, 22 May 2019 12:06
Museums should follow scientific research dynamics
Luanda - The musicological institutions of the country must be framed in a dynamic of continuous scientific investigation, due to the socio-cultural advance of each region.
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Anthropologist Vuvu Fernandes
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
The information was given on Saturday during a lecture on the theme "The Museums, Cultural Platforms: The Future of Tradition", by the anthropologist Vuvu Fernandes, within the framework of the main celebration of the International Day of Museums.
According to the source, this process must go through the research of an ethnic multidisciplinary collection, for the cultural diversity that is intended.
The transformation of its main mission of collecting, preserving, communicating, researching and exposing, with more innovative ways of being closer to the communities, facing all social and contemporary contents, were also discussed at the meeting.
The country counts on the museums of Anthropology, Slavery, Natural History, Military History, Casa Museu Óscar Ribas, Currency Museum (Luanda), Benguela Archeology, Huíla Regional Museum, Cabinda Museum, Kongo Kings, Dundo Regional Museum, Huambo and Regional Uíge Museum.
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