Conferences

October 2021 Restoration Ethics Meets Professional Practice... In Honour of Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Rest. Ursula Schädler-Saub Retirement from the HAWK
 
May 2021 The Fragment In the Digital Age. Opportunities and Limitations of New Conservation-Restoration Techniques
 

November 2019

 

Follow-up conference to "Sgraffito in Change"

January 2019

 

Church Climate

 

January 2018

Consolidation & Communication

 

November 2017

Sgraffito in Change

 

September 2015

3rd Forum Medieval Art

 

September 2013

Divided – united! Preservation of monuments and sites in Central Europe at the Time of the Iron Curtain and Today

 

April 2011

Wall paintings exposed to outdoor weathering

 

February 2011

Salts in Cultural Heritage - Challenge for research and practice

 

September 2010

1000 Years St Michael in Hildesheim

 

January 2010

Brandheiss! Brandschutz in Museen und Baudenkmälern"

January 2010

Grundsätze und aktuelle Fragen der Erhaltung moderner und zeitgenössischer Kunst"

 

May 2009

Never superficial!

 

January 2009

Theory and Practice in Conservation of Modern Art

 

November 2006

UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in Germany – perspectives in Preventive Conservation and Preservation

April 2006

 

The materiality of surfaces of the Modern Movement architecture

October / November 2002

Virtual congress:
World Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age

November 2001

"Exposure 2001"

 

May 2001

Restoring the restorations? The treatment of medieval wall paintings and architectural polychromy during the 19th and 20th century

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