ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The 10-day Seminar “Folk Culture and Heritage Management” would begin at Lok Virsa in Islamabad on December 18 to revitalize and celebrate folk traditions that are the root of the creative, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of people’s lives.
“We will discuss strategies, tools and methodologies of culture management and heritage preservation,” the Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr. Fouzia Saeed said.
Dr. Fouzia Saeed said that this course is free for the selected participants.
The Seminar is being arranged by the US Embassy in Islamabad, Lok Virsa, Boston University, American Institute of Pakistan Studies (AIPS), Interactive Resource Centre (IRC) and AUTAQ – a Network of Cultural Organisations of Pakistan.
Professor of Religion and Anthropology, Boston University Dr Frank J. Korom will also attend the Seminar.
The Seminar would be attended by 40 individuals upon submitting essay based applications to show interest in attending the course.
The participants would also be given certificates on completion of 10-day Seminar which would be concluded on December 28.