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2017 ICCROM Course on“Wooden architecture conservation and restoration”
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Theme:


"Wooden architecture conservation and restoration"

Dates:

11 – 30 September 2017 (arrival date 10 September, departure date 1 October)

Locations:

Kizhi Island (11 days) and Petrozavodsk (10 days), Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation

Chief Organizer:

Kizhi Open Air Museum

Partners:

ICCROM
Petrozavodsk State University and UNESCO Chair of Wooden Architecture Research and Preservation
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Karelia
Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

Introduction:

The course is an intensive program that combines theoretical and practical sessions, as well as participation in the restoration projects underway at the Kizhi museum.
There will also be visits to the most interesting wooden architectural monuments in Karelia. The participants will have a unique chance to learn the secrets of conservation
of wooden monuments and to see how the restores of Kizhi museum give the new lease of life to the Church of the Transfiguration and other wooden architecture monuments
using the ancient craftsmanship and the latest technologies. The course will include both theoretical and practical training held by the most experienced craftsmen in wooden
architecture conservation and restoration.

Audience:

All specialists in wooden architecture conservation

Price of the course:

30,000 Rubles

Deadline:

10 May 2017 (4 months before the course start date)

More detail infomation can be found at ICCROM website:

http://www.iccrom.org/wooden-architecture-conservation-and-restoration/

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