The virtual 3D conference of the DAAD-funded project "Circulating Knowledges" on the leading theme Colombia in collaboration with the Faculty of Musicology of the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar took place on December 15 and 16, 2022 from 16:00 to 18:00 in the studio of Salve Media T.V. in Erfurt. The project was led by Prof. Dr. Tiago de Oliveria Pinto and M.A Maria Jimena Alvarado Burbano together with a group of audiovisual and musicology assistants. On December 15, participated Prof. Dr. María Victoria Casas Figueroa, coordinator of the Musicology Department of the Universidad del Valle, and Prof. Alberto Guzmán, head of Musicology, composer and music educator at the Universidad del Valle. On December 16 had share Prof. Dr. Ian Middleton, musicologist and ethnomusicologist at the Universidad de los Andes, Ruth Marien Valencia, traditional singer from the Colombian Pacific, Venus Pandales and María Diana Ramírez, researchers at the Center for Afrodiaspóric Studies (Centro de Estudios Afrodiaspóricos) of the Universidad ICESI.
The 3D conference, with Colombia as the central theme of the Circulating Knowledges project, already held in previous years, aimed to open an academic space for dialogue among project participants, a space for recording and documentation activities on the one hand, but also a space for the invited research musicians to present part of their contributions to the study of Colombian music. The musicologists continued to consider the first meeting on Afro-Colombian Cultures and Musical Heritage (Circulating Knowledges), which will be held for the first time at the Universidad del Valle in Cali during the week of January 16-20, 2022.