The Inp hosts two Armenian heritage professionals as part of a program for international exchanges
As part of the strengthening of the collaboration between France and Armenia in the field of cultural heritage, and with the support of the French Embassy in Armenia, the INP has designed a program for professional exchanges for two directors of Armenian heritage institutions in Paris from January 25 to January 28, 2022.
Khachik Harutyunyan, director of the Research Center for Historical and Cultural Heritage in Yerevan and Miqayel Badalyan, director of the Erebuni Historical and Archaeological Museum-Reserve in Yerevan, will meet with heritage professionals in Paris, in Saint-Denis and in Pas-de-Calais to discuss experiences and exchange best practices in the field.
This program is a continuation of the INP’s actions in the South Caucasus region, carried out since 2021, and of meetings with the primary stakeholders in the field of cultural heritage in Armenia.
See also: https://www.inp.fr/en/About-Institut-national-du-patrimoine/News/INP-commitment-to-the-protection-of-the-cultural-heritage-of-the-South-Caucasus