Restoration Ethics Meets Professional Practice...

In Honour of Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Rest. Ursula Schädler-Saub Retirement from the HAWK

The event is unfortunately fully booked.

TIme: 8th October 2021, from 2:00 pm
Place: HAWK, Hohnsen 2, Hildesheim

Program (447 KB)

Lecture exposés

Prof. Dr. Dipl.- Rest. Ursula Schädler-Saub has been Professor of History and Theory of Restoration and Art History at the HAWK in Hildesheim, Faculty of Architecture, Engineering and Conservation, since 1993. On this occasion, she will say goodbye to her companions, students, alumni and colleagues.  

In the main part of the event, some of her graduates will share their professional experience and shed light on the question of how helpful restoration ethics as well as the history and theory of restoration are for practice, and whether they can also be used to assert themselves in the face of very different interests on site in order to improve the quality of restoration concepts and their implementation.

The event is accessible only to vaccinated, recovered and negatively tested persons (3G model).
A self-test is not sufficient; a PoC antigen test performed by recognized service providers that is no more than 24 hours old or a negative PCR test that is no more than two days old is required.

The event is fully booked. The current hygiene regulation for the Lower Saxony Universities only applies to teaching events, so for this particular event we have to comply with the 1.50m spacing of chairs in addition to 3G: This will limit the number of participants to 50 even in the large auditorium, which we regret very much.


from 1:15 pm: Admission
* Music (Helen Gorsuch)

2:00 pm: WELCOME
Dr. Angela Weyer, Hornemann Institute, HAWK
Prof. Dr. Michael von der Goltz, Study Courses Conservation and Restoration
Prof. apl. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Viöl, Vice President for Research and Transfer

* Music (Helen Gorsuch)

28 Jahre Lehre, Forschung, Weiterbildung…ein paar Geschichten aus der Geschichte
(Dipl.-Rest. Ina Birkenbeul, Josefin Tönjes M.A., Dr. Angela Weyer, HAWK)

* Music (Helen Gorsuch)


Ein ewiger Kreislauf? Restaurierungsgeschichten von damals und heute
(Dr. Stefanie Lindemeier, Hanover)

Villa Massimo Rom. Restaurierung der antiken Sammlung
(Dipl.-Rest. Bruno Piek, Cologne)

Kampf gegen Windmühlen? Vom Umgang mit ästhetisch beeinträchtigten Fassungen an Holzskulpturen in der Denkmalpflege von 1950 bis heute
(Stephanie Keinert M.A., LWL-Denkmalpflege, Landschafts- und Baukultur in Westfalen, Münster)

10 Jahre faszinierendes Istanbul. Einmal dort und beinahe nie wieder zurück
(Dipl.-Rest. Jörg Breitenfeldt M.A., Berlin)

Drei junge Götter, aktuelle Beispiele aus der Praxis in der Berliner Antikensammlung
(Dipl.-Rest. Sophie Haake-Harig, Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin)

5:30 pm: „Auf dem Sentiero degli Dei …“
(Honorarprof. Dr. Michael Schütz, Hildesheim)

5:40 pm:

Ein himmlisches Gespräch …

See you again…
(Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Rest. Ursula Schädler-Saub)


Presentations will be held in German. Simultaneous translation cannot be funded.