Montefiascone Project Summer 2016

Montefiascone is a small medieval walled city about 100 k (80 miles) north of Rome, on Lake Bolsena. Since 1988, conservators and others interested in books and their history have come together to work, to learn and to enjoy this special place. Participants come to enjoy the medieval architecture, friendly people, a clean accessible lake, books and scholarship. The Montefiascone Project is a non-profit making organisation, set up to fund the restoration of the Library of the Seminario Barbarigo in Montefiascone.

Courses for Summer 2016:

25 Jul 2016 to 19 Aug 2016

Call for papers - Conference on digital photography

International Symposium on Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment with special focus on The Life Cycle of Photo Books

In conjunction with Printing for Fabrication 2016 (32nd International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies/NIP32) and in cooperation with The Royal Photographic Society

15 Sep 2016 to 16 Sep 2016

2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology

Call for Papers

School of Geography and the Environment
University of Oxford

Abstract submission deadline: 4 March 2016

This conference highlights heritage science research, innovation and best practice in the interpretation, conservation and management of cultural heritage. We are particularly keen to attract presentations and posters focusing on collaborative work between academia and heritage institutions. This year's conference aims to showcase the work being done by early-career researchers.

20 Jun 2016 to 21 Jun 2016
4 Mar 2016

Conference: From Futurism to Classicism (1910-1922) - Call for Papers

"From Futurism to Classicism (1910-1922): Research, Art History and Materials Analysis" is a three year project (2013-2016) funded by the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research within the programme Futuro in ricerca 2012, for the support of projects coordinated by young researchers. The strongly interdisciplinary project is based on the close collaboration between art historians, conservators, physicists and chemists.

20 Jun 2016 to 21 Jun 2016
1 Mar 2016

Workshops on the Conservation of Japanese Art Objects on Paper and Silk

6-8 July 2016 and 11-15 July 2016

The National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo is currently accepting applications for two workshops on the conservation and restoration of Japanese art objects on paper and silk, in Berlin.

Language: in Japanese with English translation
Organizer: National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo (NRICPT)

Application Deadline: Thursday, 31 March 2016

6 Jul 2016 to 15 Jul 2016
31 Mar 2016


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