The graffiti in the middle translates as “F***ing cultural heritage” and it appeared in Úbeda, one of the World Heritage sites in Spain
We had the wonderful opportunity today to see first-hand how comedy and laughter are two magnificent tools for learning and for the interpretation and promotion of heritage.
The students involved in the project KA 229 “The Memory Chest” have attended a presentation given by the members of the company Animarte: Javier, José Luis and Monano. Through their experience of twenty years on the sustainable use of heritage. For this they have used provocation and above all laughter. The students have enjoyed a very instructive and, especially, very entertaining experience, which has not lacked various examples of the actions performed by this company.