Conservator’s conference: Renovated, rebuilt, saved – how they survived WWII. Conservation, preservation and prevention of items from the years 1939-1945
The Warsaw Rising Museum invites you to the „Conservator’s conference: Renovated, rebuilt, saved – how they survived WWII. Conservation, preservation and prevention of items from the years 1939-1945”
12-13 April 2018, Warsaw, Poland
Languages of the conference: Polish, English
Registration and abstract submission is now open.
Join us at a conference at the Warsaw Rising Museum on 12-13 April 2017, in Warsaw, Poland, exploring the challenges of the conservation and preservation of items from WWII.
Preserving items from WWII is often a challenging and demanding task for conservators and curators. Conservation and preservation of such items requires modern technologies but at the same time retaining some historical damages as witnesses of the past.
We encourage you to send proposals regarding, but not limited to, the following topics:
-research issues concerning the technology of manufacturing historical items from WWII
-case studies of challenging conservation treatments of WWII items
-challenges of preserving and exhibiting wartime items
-reception of the conservation treatment of wartime items by the museum visitors
-modern analytical techniques in examining the items from WWII
The deadline for submitting the abstracts is 20 December 2017.
Authors will be notified of the selection results by 31 January 2018.
Two day conference, over a dozen presentations in one of the best museums in Poland. We provide Polish-English and English-Polish translation to all participants.
Important dates and deadlines:
Abstract submission is open until 20 December 2017
Authors will be notified of the selection results by 31 January 2018
12-13 April 2018 conference at the Warsaw Rising Museum, Jan Nowak-Jeziorański Auditorium/Hall B Cinema Hall
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