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Decentralized Directorate of Culture of Loreto

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Decentralized Directorate of Culture of Loreto

History

It was founded on April 14, 1963 in a ceremony at the Palacio Municipal de Maynas, whose main event swore the Board of the Organizing Committee, chaired by Professor Carlos Cavero Egúsquiza Saavedra. However, this institution officially functioning on November 1, 1964 as Director General of the House of Culture of Peru, Dr. Fernando Silva Santisteban. 

After eight consecutive years of operating as the Cultural House of Loreto, is renamed National Institute of Culture, at the national level, based on Decree Law No. 19268 of November 1, 1972. On October 1, 2010 the National Institute of Culture transfers its functions to the Ministry of Culture according to Supreme Decree No. 001 - 2010 - MC.

Area of Architecture

The area of ​​Architecture is responsible for the protection and conservation of immovable cultural heritage in coordination with municipalities and regional government. Submit the declaration of landmarks civil , domestic , industrial, public and religious architecture ; promotes awareness and awareness of citizens to value and care for all expressions recognized as cultural heritage and encourages citizen participation in the care and identification of cultural property .

To do this, talks in schools , universities , public institutions and civil society organizations are given. Awareness campaign that seeks the participation of owners and users of real estate declared a monument or presumed to be in cleanup activities, and conservation of painted facades and interiors is organized annually since 2010 .

This area qualifies Records intervention projects in the historic area of Iquitos through its Ad Hoc delegates to the municipalities of the province. Issues reports of intervention projects declared architectural monuments or be presumed . Also conducts inspections , supervisions and assessments of architectural heritage.

Area of Archeology

The area of Archaeology is responsible for the identification, registration and protection of archaeological heritage property and furniture, as well as their preservation and conservation. In addition, the following functions:

Administrative: review records, conduct technical supervision respective field and issue reports to research projects, evaluation, rescue, and archeological monitoring plans, issuing Certificates of Absence of Archaeological Remains (CIRA).

Expert: Requested by the prosecution, prosecution and seizure when a PNP marketers are conducted archaeological heritage.

Preventive: Develop prevention and attention to threats to cultural heritage sites, in coordination with the Department of Defense of Cultural Heritage, when there is non-compliance on archaeological heritage. When invasions of archaeological sites must develop offices to the Office of Crime Prevention, police sector, Ombudsman and notify the respective authorities.

Educational and Heritage Management: Make presentations on archaeological cultural heritage to educational institutions, students of technical and higher education and the general public; develop educational materials related to the subject of archaeological protection.

Museology and Conservation: Contribute to museological proposals related to the archaeological heritage; By registering and inventory and cataloging of archaeological specimens from the PEA, PMA, PIA, incidental findings, donations.

Legal: File complaints and appear before the authorities and prosecutors, prosecution, police and customs, for the defense and protection of cultural heritage.

Oficial: Participation in the identification, registration, inventory and register of archaeological monuments, for purposes of notification and registration in the Public Records; developing the respective files (data sheet, specification, plan review, document development management).

Representative: Attend meetings with representatives of public and private institutions at their request and when the DRC-Loreto designate.

Area of Antropology

This area is responsible for strengthening intercultural relations with indigenous peoples, to record oral sources and materials, develop cultural projects routed ethnic revitalization, recovery of language, identity and self-esteem of living cultures. All this, to promote the Amazon National Museum; their integrative work of the Amazonian culture is located transversely at various levels and sectoral coordination.

Fieldwork: Make arrangements with indigenous leaders and leaders (APUS) to promote dialogue and develop plans to promote the preservation of their cultures. Participate in community meetings, called indigenous congresses, where political and social platforms regional organizations develop and qualitative data from the oral culture that is part of the ethnographic material was also recorded.

Dialog Spaces: Cultural groups and actors creating a need for technify dances and music are strengthened Amazon also seeks to develop working groups to research and discussions on indigenous music and dance as Amazon challenges of new artistic expressions.

Technical Reports (Anthropological Surveys)Are requested by the Public Prosecutor's Office and when complaints and cases of imprisonment of indigenous for offenses that require treatments and cultural views.

Cultural Management: Concerted local development plans (PDLC) 2012-2016 where enforcement objectives articulated in cultural policies at local and regional institutions to promote the objectives and guidelines of the DDC.

Social ProjectionParticipation addressed by lectures, thematic exhibitions, group discussions with young people in universities, etc..

Representative:  Participate in different spaces, either meetings, discussions, lectures related to cultural issues and within the jurisdiction.

 

Area of Cultural Promotion and Dissemination

The Department of Cultural Promotion and Dissemination serves to promote and disseminate the various cultural art forms practiced in the Loreto region, and provide support and advice to local artists. Similarly, is responsible for the following areas:

  • Temporary Exhibitions Museum of the Amazon.

 This room, which was born as a project between DDC and Loreto Regional Government show pictorial, photographic, sculpture, crafts, art work etc..

  • DDC Auditorium of Loreto (Ch. 60 people)

It is the space in which discussions, book presentations, documentaries and movies, cultural dialogues, workshops, etc. are performed.

Library

The Library of the Directorate is available to students, professionals, researchers and the general public, the various publications issued by the Ministry of Culture, on issues related to literature, history, archeology, architecture. It has a variety of stories about Amazonian mythology, history and current affairs. 

For the development of decentralized activities, such as "Cultural Mingas" working with "Mobile Library", which aims to promote the reading of a traveling way for the various coastal communities in the region, using mechanisms that entertain and encourage the habit reading and learning. 

Address: Malecón Tarapacá No. 382 - 2nd Floor 

Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 to 5:00 pm

Director: Maritza Ramírez Tamani

Sede Central: 
Malecón Tarapacá Nº 382 2do. Piso, Iquitos
Loreto
Central telefónica: 
065-234031
Prensa: 
loreto@mcultura.gob.pe
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Decentralized Directorate of Culture of Loreto

History

It was founded on April 14, 1963 in a ceremony at the Palacio Municipal de Maynas, whose main event swore the Board of the Organizing Committee, chaired by Professor Carlos Cavero Egúsquiza Saavedra. However, this institution officially functioning on November 1, 1964 as Director General of the House of Culture of Peru, Dr. Fernando Silva Santisteban. 

After eight consecutive years of operating as the Cultural House of Loreto, is renamed National Institute of Culture, at the national level, based on Decree Law No. 19268 of November 1, 1972. On October 1, 2010 the National Institute of Culture transfers its functions to the Ministry of Culture according to Supreme Decree No. 001 - 2010 - MC.

Area of Architecture

The area of ​​Architecture is responsible for the protection and conservation of immovable cultural heritage in coordination with municipalities and regional government. Submit the declaration of landmarks civil , domestic , industrial, public and religious architecture ; promotes awareness and awareness of citizens to value and care for all expressions recognized as cultural heritage and encourages citizen participation in the care and identification of cultural property .

To do this, talks in schools , universities , public institutions and civil society organizations are given. Awareness campaign that seeks the participation of owners and users of real estate declared a monument or presumed to be in cleanup activities, and conservation of painted facades and interiors is organized annually since 2010 .

This area qualifies Records intervention projects in the historic area of Iquitos through its Ad Hoc delegates to the municipalities of the province. Issues reports of intervention projects declared architectural monuments or be presumed . Also conducts inspections , supervisions and assessments of architectural heritage.

Area of Archeology

The area of Archaeology is responsible for the identification, registration and protection of archaeological heritage property and furniture, as well as their preservation and conservation. In addition, the following functions:

Administrative: review records, conduct technical supervision respective field and issue reports to research projects, evaluation, rescue, and archeological monitoring plans, issuing Certificates of Absence of Archaeological Remains (CIRA).

Expert: Requested by the prosecution, prosecution and seizure when a PNP marketers are conducted archaeological heritage.

Preventive: Develop prevention and attention to threats to cultural heritage sites, in coordination with the Department of Defense of Cultural Heritage, when there is non-compliance on archaeological heritage. When invasions of archaeological sites must develop offices to the Office of Crime Prevention, police sector, Ombudsman and notify the respective authorities.

Educational and Heritage Management: Make presentations on archaeological cultural heritage to educational institutions, students of technical and higher education and the general public; develop educational materials related to the subject of archaeological protection.

Museology and Conservation: Contribute to museological proposals related to the archaeological heritage; By registering and inventory and cataloging of archaeological specimens from the PEA, PMA, PIA, incidental findings, donations.

Legal: File complaints and appear before the authorities and prosecutors, prosecution, police and customs, for the defense and protection of cultural heritage.

Oficial: Participation in the identification, registration, inventory and register of archaeological monuments, for purposes of notification and registration in the Public Records; developing the respective files (data sheet, specification, plan review, document development management).

Representative: Attend meetings with representatives of public and private institutions at their request and when the DRC-Loreto designate.

Area of Antropology

This area is responsible for strengthening intercultural relations with indigenous peoples, to record oral sources and materials, develop cultural projects routed ethnic revitalization, recovery of language, identity and self-esteem of living cultures. All this, to promote the Amazon National Museum; their integrative work of the Amazonian culture is located transversely at various levels and sectoral coordination.

Fieldwork: Make arrangements with indigenous leaders and leaders (APUS) to promote dialogue and develop plans to promote the preservation of their cultures. Participate in community meetings, called indigenous congresses, where political and social platforms regional organizations develop and qualitative data from the oral culture that is part of the ethnographic material was also recorded.

Dialog Spaces: Cultural groups and actors creating a need for technify dances and music are strengthened Amazon also seeks to develop working groups to research and discussions on indigenous music and dance as Amazon challenges of new artistic expressions.

Technical Reports (Anthropological Surveys)Are requested by the Public Prosecutor's Office and when complaints and cases of imprisonment of indigenous for offenses that require treatments and cultural views.

Cultural Management: Concerted local development plans (PDLC) 2012-2016 where enforcement objectives articulated in cultural policies at local and regional institutions to promote the objectives and guidelines of the DDC.

Social ProjectionParticipation addressed by lectures, thematic exhibitions, group discussions with young people in universities, etc..

Representative:  Participate in different spaces, either meetings, discussions, lectures related to cultural issues and within the jurisdiction.

 

Area of Cultural Promotion and Dissemination

The Department of Cultural Promotion and Dissemination serves to promote and disseminate the various cultural art forms practiced in the Loreto region, and provide support and advice to local artists. Similarly, is responsible for the following areas:

  • Temporary Exhibitions Museum of the Amazon.

 This room, which was born as a project between DDC and Loreto Regional Government show pictorial, photographic, sculpture, crafts, art work etc..

  • DDC Auditorium of Loreto (Ch. 60 people)

It is the space in which discussions, book presentations, documentaries and movies, cultural dialogues, workshops, etc. are performed.

Library

The Library of the Directorate is available to students, professionals, researchers and the general public, the various publications issued by the Ministry of Culture, on issues related to literature, history, archeology, architecture. It has a variety of stories about Amazonian mythology, history and current affairs. 

For the development of decentralized activities, such as "Cultural Mingas" working with "Mobile Library", which aims to promote the reading of a traveling way for the various coastal communities in the region, using mechanisms that entertain and encourage the habit reading and learning. 

Address: Malecón Tarapacá No. 382 - 2nd Floor 

Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 to 5:00 pm

Director: Maritza Ramírez Tamani

Sede Central: 
Malecón Tarapacá Nº 382 2do. Piso, Iquitos
Loreto
Central telefónica: 
065-234031
Prensa: 
loreto@mcultura.gob.pe