April 13, 2019 (Saturday)

Session 4

10:00 – 10:15 ISA Student Practice in Orlamünde,
author: Andrea Šafran, mentor: Alen Novoselec, Associate Professor

10:20 – 10:35 Transposition of Portable Wall Painting from the Fund of Studenica Monastery,
author: Magdalena Drobnjaković, mentor: Radomir Samardžić, MA, Professor

10:40 – 10:55 Practical Experience Example of Conservation-Restoration Treatment
Proposal, Offer and Cost Estimate
author: Ira Fabrio, mentors: Jelena Tomasović Grbić, Expert Associate; Marta Kotlar, MA, Teaching Assistant

11:00 – 11:10 Voting for the fourth section of lectures

11:10 – 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 – 12:15 Proper Sampling: What, How much and What for
Tea Zubin Ferri, dott. ssa. Mag.

12:15 – 12:30 Poster session presentation in classroom no. 60

12:30 – 12:45 Coffee break

12:45 – 13:00 Announcement of the "Zvonimir Wyroubal" Prize winners

April 12, 2019 (Friday)

10:00 Visiting studios of the Art and Restoration Department of University in Dubrovnik
Free afternoon

sightseeing and free entrance for all participations with accreditation:
Dubrovnik's city walls, Lokrum, Cable Car, Dubrovnik Museums, Museum of Modern Art, Dulčić Masle Pulitika Gallery, Pulitika Studio

Programme

Coming soon.

April 11, 2019 (Thursday)

9:00 Registration

10:30 Opening ceremony

Session 1

10:45 – 11:00 Traditional and Modern Techniques of Copying Oil Paintings,
author: Anastasiia Berezina mentor: Anna Kornilova, PhD, Professor

11:05 – 11:20 The Influence of Gamma Radiation on the Binders in Paint Layers,
author: Valentina Meštrić, mentors: Domagoj Šatović, PhD Professor; Vladan Desnica, PhD, Professor; Katarina Marušić PhD, Associate from The Ruđer Bošković Institute

11:25 – 11:40 Aesthetic Presentation of the Overpainted Baroque Painting of the Mater Dolorosa by Marko Layer,
author: Ana Sterle, mentor: Lucija Močnik Ramovš, MA, Associate Professor

11:45 – 11:50 Voting for the first section of lectures

11:50 – 12:10 Poster session in classroom no. 60

Session 2

12:10 – 12:25 Uncovering the History of a Polychrome Wooden Reliquary from the National Gallery of Slovenia: An Interdisciplinary Approach,
author: Erica Sartori, mentors: Miladi Makuc Semion, Associate Professor; Martina Vuga, MA, Teaching Assistant

12:30 – 12:45 Modifying of a Display Mannequins for Ethnographic Costumes,
authors: Sara Vladić, Arin Zakinja, mentor: Danijela Jemo, PhD, Assistant Professor

12:50 – 13:05 Conservation – Restoration Treatments on Drawing,
authors: Karmen Đanić, Valnea Gjivić, mentor: Sanja Serhatlić, Assistant Professor

13:10 – 13:20 Voting for the second section of lectures

13:30 – 15:00 Lunch break

Session 3

15:00 – 15:15 Conservation of Bronze Structural Decorated Elements from Ancient Roman Chariot from the Collection of the National Museum in Belgrade,
author: Katarina Milosavljević, mentors: Mina Jović , Assistant Professor, Milan Čolović and Miroslav Petelin, Associates from the National Museum in Belgrade

15:20 – 15:35 Conservation of an Early Iron Age Vessel with Tin Foil Decoration from Strettweg, Styria,
author: Paul Schubert, mentors: Gabriela Krist, PhD, Associate Professor, Eva Lenhart MA, Asisstent Professor; Anne Biber, MA, Asisstent Professor, Gergana Almstädter, MA

15:40 – 15:55 Methods for Determining Chloride Concentrations in Solutions,
authors: Darko Markunović; Ante Šimunović, mentor: Marta Kotlar, MA; Teaching Assistant

16:00 – 16:10 Voting for the third section of lectures

"Zvonimir Wyroubal" Prize

"Zvonimir Wyroubal" Prize is awarded in three categories: the best oral presentation, the best PPT presentation, and the best poster.

The prize is named after Zvonimir Wyroubal (1900 – 1990), a prominent Croatian restorer. Wyroubal was a co-founder and the head of the restoration studio of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, the first public restoration studio in the country. Its foundation in 1942 marks the beginning of organized conservation-restoration service in Croatia. At the beginning of 1948 the Museum of Arts and Crafts Restoration Studio was taken over by the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts (present-day Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts), when it was renamed Restoration Institute. Wyroubal was appointed for its head. Wyroubal has saved from decay numerous works of art. He recorded every treatment, publishing the most important ones. Also, he trained several generations of restorers. Apart from restoring, Wyroubal painted, illustrated, and studied and collected old coins.

 

AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Split, 2018

Best lecture: Barbara Dragan (Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Ljubljana)
Best PPT presentation: Mia Perković, Katija Maškarić, Iva Carević and Dora Franetović (University of Dubrovnik, Department of Art and Restoration)
Best poster: Tijana Mihailović and Milica Terzić (Faculty of Applied Arts, Belgrade)

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Zagreb, 2017

Best lecture: Katarina Milosavljević (Faculty of Applied Arts, Belgrade)
Best PPT presentation: Paulina Kralka (Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts, Kraków)
Best poster: Ana Štimac (Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb)

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Dubrovnik, 2016

Best lecture: Petar Nevžala (University of Dubrovnik, Department of Art and Restoration)
Best PPT presentation: Martin Siennicki (Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna)
Best poster: Dora Mihanović (Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb)

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Split, 2015

Best lecture: Cäcilia Kegley (Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna)
Best PPT presentation: Vladimir Pajić, Marina Tekić, Miša Jovanović and Tijana Lekić (Faculty of Applied Arts, Belgrade)
Best poster: Nikolina Cvitanović and Marin Vokić (University of Dubrovnik, Department of Art and Restoration)

Special awards: James BlackArchetype Publications LimitedGoran Nikšić, PhD, Head of the Department for the Historic Core of the City of Split;  Jurica Matijević, Associate Professor, Chairman of the  Organizing Committee

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Zagreb, 2014

Best lecture: Joanna Zwinczak (Jan Matejko Academy Of Fine Arts in Kraków, Poland) 
Best PPT-presentation: Ana Maly, Julia Mitterbauer and Marco Rican (Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria)
Best poster: Zala Kalan (Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Special award: James Black, Archetype Publications Limited

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Dubrovnik, 2013

Best lecture: Vedran Kundić (Arts Academy, University of Split)
Best poster: Monika Lolić (Art and Restoration Department, University of Dubrovnik)

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AWARDED STUDENTS
////////// Split, 2012

Best lecture: Martina Tekavec (Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana)
Best PPT-presentation: Elena Jurić (Arts Academy, University of Split)
Best poster: Nataša Treursić (Art and Restoration Department, University of Dubrovnik)

Special award: Universitas (rewarded for the promotion of conservation-restoration profession)

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