The Principal Investigator of the Artsoundscapes Project, Prof. Margarita Díaz-Andreu, participated as a guest speaker at the conference “Fazer com tod@s. Jornadas – Arqueologia, Museus e Comunidade(s)” which she opened with the talk “Arqueología, museos y comunidades – una apuesta de futuro”. The event was organized by RIBACVDANA – Associação de Fronteira para o Desenvolvimento Comunitário and took place at Museu do Côa in Portugal, on 26 and 27 April 2019. The Côa Museum is managed by the Archaeological Park of the Côa Valley which is known for its fantastic prehistoric rock art sites classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. After the conference, dr. Díaz-Andreu visited the Siega Verde prehistoric rock art site in Spain, together with Portuguese archaeologists José Paulo Francisco and Carlos Vázquez. Siega Verde is part of the rock art sites of the Côa Valley in northeastern Portugal, near the border with Spain.
Prof. Margarita Díaz-Andreu at the conference “Fazer com tod@s. Jornadas – Arqueologia, Museus e Comunidade(s)” in Portugal
26 and 27 April 2019
Museu do Côa (Portugal)