Introduction to the General Principles of Cultural Heritage Conservation



26-28 May 2023

Online Training Program

Application Deadline:
7 May 2023 17 May 2023!



Vacancies for the workshops are limited, so please apply early.


Alexis Stefanis,
is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art of the University of West Attica, Greece. He has been involved in many research projects and has produced a significant number of studies and publications concerning the conservation, restoration and rehabilitation of architectural heritage.

Conservation of cultural heritage refers to the measures taken to extend the life of cultural heritage while strengthening transmission of its significant heritage messages and values. In the domain of cultural property, the aim of conservation is to maintain the physical and cultural characteristics of the object and to ensure that its value will not be diminished.This 3-day interactive course aims to describe the principles and objectives of conservation, and in so doing to give an explanation of its methodology. Furthermore, to deliver the fundamentals, the ethics, the evolution, and the contemporary international context of conservation. At the end of the course, participants will be able to understand the potential of conservation, together with the processes which are necessary to maximize it.

For detailed application procedures and available funding, see the official workshop announcement here

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