Professor Al-Masalati, member of the National Museum Portfolio Project, visits the LIAS
This Monday evening, Professor Abdel Hafeez Al-Masalati visited the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies, and was received by A. Salah Al-Abbar, and A. Islam Arabi.
Professor Abdel Hafeez spoke about the national project for the museum portfolio, its importance, and its role in protecting the cultural heritage and spreading the culture of museums. It is directed to young people and school students in particular, and to the rest of the segments of society in general, to learn about and introduce the Libyan human heritage and the Libyan identity, in an interactive manner.
The bag contains colorful paintings and slides, and there are several collectibles that the student deals with according to interactive learning, such as: video tapes and educational booklets.
The talk also touched on the importance of heritage of all kinds, the necessity of introducing it, the roles assigned to governments and public and private institutions in this, and the role of education and the media in renewing confidence and pride in heritage.
In addition to emphasizing the role of merchants, businessmen, and young entrepreneurs in working on the manufacture of games, antiques, gifts, pictures, applications, and electronic games, which define the Libyan identity and heritage in a distinctive, scientific, creative manner that keeps pace with development.
It was agreed to partner in implementing a group of awareness, cultural, media and dialogue works to raise awareness of the importance of heritage, shed light on it, talk about the dangers to which it is exposed, and the importance of cooperation in order to revive and preserve it.