The workshop was dedicated to nanotechnology that has been taken into use in conservation of historical interior finishing (including painted surfaces). The method is not yet practiced in Estonia although we have searched for suitable consolidation agent for the church plasters and wall paintings for decades. The potential solution could be the innovative nano-lime.

The tutors of the workshop are the teachers of Pardubice University (Czech Republic) who have been the leading partners of cross-European project on development and testing of nanotechnology and have significant practical and theoretical experience in the field.

Workshop included both theory and practice, the methodology was tested in situ at Pöide medieval church in Saaremaa.

Tutors: Jan Vojtechovsky (University of Pardubice, Faculty of Restoration) and Karol Bayer (Dean, University of Pardubice, Faculty of Restoration)

Program of the workshop

Lecture notes and final report

Photo documentation





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