Center Meetings Bamiyan Symposium 2011

Bamiyan Symposium 2011
 

*This Symposium was held on 9th December.

December 9th, 2011
13:00-17:10

Symposium in Tokyo 

Programme Registration

(No charge, Seating Capacity: 300 )

  
Programme / Proceedings
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[Place]
Heiseikan Large Auditorium of Tokyo National Museum
(13-9, Ueno-Koen, Taito-ku, Tokyo)

[Organizer]
NRICP, Tokyo / NRICP Nara

 

*This Symposium was held on 11th December.

December 11th, 2011
13:00-17:10

Symposium in Kyoto 

Programme Registration

(No charge, Seating Capacity: 200 )

 
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[Place]
Avanti Kyoto Hall, Ryukoku University

(Avanti 9F, 31 Nishi-Sannocho, Higashi Kujo, Minami-ku, Kyoto)

[Organizer]
NRICP, Tokyo / NRICP, Nara
Ryukoku University Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia.
Ryukoku Musem

Abstruct

Since 2003 UNESCO has undertaken a project of the Safeguarding of the Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley Project. This project is granted by the UNESCO-Japanese Funds-in-Trust for the Preservation of World Cultural Heritage. Once a year UNESCO organizes an Expert Working Group Meeting for a thorough discussion of the ongoing and future activities. In 2011, 10 years after of the destruction of the Bamiyan Buddha statues, the Expert Working Group Meeting will be held in National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT). The Institute takes this opportunity to hold a public symposium in Tokyo and in Kyoto.

Program (Tokyo)December 9th (Fri)

The Present Situation and Future Vision for the World Heritage Site of Bamiyan:
10 Years after the Destruction of the Buddhas

[Date] 9 December 2011,

[Place] Heiseikan Large Auditorium, Tokyo National Museum

[Organization]
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT)
Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties

[Programme]

13:00-13:20

Welcome speech

13:20-13:40

 

Introduction: Preservation of the cultural heritage in Afghanistan

H.E. Omar Said Sultan, Ministry of Information and Culture, Afghanistan

13:40-14:00


Decennial assessment of UNESCO's safeguarding action in Bamiyan, Afghanistan: Toward a new strategy for the coming decade"

Roland Lin, UNESCO

14:00-14:20

 

Bamiyan's need after 10 years

H.E. Habiba Sarabi, Governor, Bamiyan Province

14:20-14:40

 

The Bamiyan Buddhas, Conservation and Presentation of the Remains

Michael Petzet, ICOMOS Germany

14:40-15:00

 

The Cultural Master Plan - A Preservation Strategy for the Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley

Michael Jansen, Aachen University, Germany

15:00-15:20

 

The Japanese Approach to the Protection of the Bamiyan Site

Kazuya Yamauchi, NRICPT

15:20-15:35 Break
15:35-16:20 Panel Discussion 1: The present situation of the safeguarding of the Bamiyan Site

16:20-17:00




Panel Discussion 2: The future visions for the safeguarding of the Bamiyan Site

Chair: Yukio Nishimura (Tokyo University)
Panelist: H.E. Omar Said Sultan, Habiba Sarabi, Roland Lin, Brendan Cassar, Micahel Petzet, Michael Jansen, Kazuya Yamauchi

17:00-17:10  Closing

 

(Simultaneous interpretation between English and Japanese is available)

 

         

    

Program (Kyoto)December 11th (Sun)

The Present Situation and Future Vision for the World Heritage Site of Bamiyan:
10 Years after the Destruction of the Buddhas

[Date] 11 December 2011,

[Place]Avanti Kyoto Hall, Ryukoku University

[Organization]
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT)
Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties
Ryukoku University Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia.
Ryukoku Museum

[Programme]

13:00-13:20

Welcome speech

13:20-13:45

 

Introduction: Japanese research of the Buddhist site in Afghanistan

Takashi Irisawa, Ryukoku University

13:45-14:00


Introduction: Preservation of the cultural heritage in Afghanistan

Ministry of Information and Culture, Afghanistan

14:00-14:15

 

Decennial assessment of UNESCO's safeguarding action in Bamiyan, Afghanistan: Toward a new strategy for the coming decade"

Roland Lin, UNESCO

14:15-14:30

Bamiyan's need after 10 years

H.E. Habiba Sarabi, Governor, Bamiyan Province

14:30-14:50

 

The Japanese Approach to the Protection of the Bamiyan Site

Kazuya Yamauchi, NRICPT

14:50-15:00 Break

15:00-15:20

 

The Bamiyan Buddhas, Conservation and Presentation of the Remains

Michael Petzet, ICOMOS Germany

15:20-15:40


Management and Planning of a World Heritage Site – Opportunities and Threats arising from 10 years of Development in the Bamiyan Valley

Georgios Toubekis, Aahen University, Germany

15:40-15:50 Break

15:50-17:00




Panel Discussion: The present situation of the safeguarding of the Bamiyan site

Chair: Kosaku Maeda, NRICPT
Panelist: H.E. Omar Said Sultan, H.E. Habiba Sarabi, Roland Lin, Brendan Cassar, Micahel Petzet, Georgios Toubekis, Kazuya Yamauchi

17:00-17:10 

Closing

 

(Simultaneous interpretation between English and Japanese is available)

         

*These Symposiums came to end on 9th (Tokyo), and 11th (kyoto) December . Thank you very much for your interest and participation.

[Secretariat]

Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation (JCICC)
National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT)

Add: 13-43, Ueno-Koen, Taitoku, Tokyo, 1108713, Japan
Tel: +81.(3). 3823.4809 / +81.(3).3823.4867
E-mail: bamiyan2011*tobunken.go.jp [Please change * into @]

 

Last Update: 12.21.2011


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