Events

Hornemann Kolleg

for restoration and preservation

Klimazone Kirche. Präventive Koservierung der Ausstattung

Interdisciplinary conference of the HAWK in Hildesheim.
16-18 January 2019

Series of publications

Conference proceedings of consolidation

published as 18th volume of the series of publications

Projects

Proceedings of "Sgraffito in Change"

International Conference Sgraffito in Change - Materials, Techniques, Topics, and Preservation

Specialized Wiki (German version: www.salzwiki.de)

on the subject of “Salt-based Damage”:
www.saltwiki.net

Baroque art in Hildesheim

Art historian research of architecture, interior design and moveable furnishings of Baroque art in Hildesheim

Translations of

EwaGlos: European Illustrated Glossary of Conservation Terms for Wall Paintings and Architectural Surfaces

Continuing training

Following online courses start on 17 September

- The Examination of Transparent Coatings on Furniture and Wooden Objects
- Dokumentationsfotografie (Documentary Photography) in German
- Erhaltung von Wachsmoulagen (Conservation of Wax Moulages) in German
- Conservation of Globes
- Microbial Infestation of Objects of Art and Cultural Heritage

E-Publication

Das UNESCO-Welterbe und die Rolle der Zivilgesellschaft
The UNESCO World Heritage and the Role of Civil Society

Angela Weyer

EwaGlos - European Illustrated Glossary of Conservation Terms for Wall Paintings and Architectural Surfaces
English definitions with translations into Bulgarian, Croatian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish and Turkish
second revised digital version 2016 (of the print version: Petersberg 2015)
Arabic Translation of the English Terms

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