Wednesday, 24 May

9.00–10.00 Registration

10.00–10.30 Opening of the Triennial

Tõnis Lukas, (PhD) Director of the Estonian National Museum

Siim Raie, Director General of the National Heritage Board of Estonia

Marike Laht, Chair of the Society of Estonian Conservators

10.30–11.00 Keynote Speaker, Kurmo Konsa (PhD) “Creating a Heritage Environment: Connecting Objects, Values and People”, Estonia

11.00–11.30 Keynote Speaker, Birgit Reissland “Forming or Keeping Values? What is our Role as Conservator?”, Netherlands

11.30–12.00 Keynote Speaker, Kriste Sibul “Towards a New Museum”, Sweden

12.00–13.00 Lunch

13.00–13.30 Sintija Saldābola, Iveta Daugule-Balode “National Library of Latvia – Management of Preservation and Conservation in Library’s New Building”, Latvia

13.30–14.00 Riina Reinvelt “The Challenges of Moving Museum Collections”, Estonia

14.00–14.30 Tiina Paavola “Challenges Involved in Managing and Storing Museum Collections: Some Examples of Deaccession Procedures in Tampere Museums”, Finland

14.30–15.00 Tea & Coffee

15.00–15.30 Marju Niinemaa “Analysis of Museums’ Storage Facilities in Tallinn”, Estonia

15.30–16.00 Linda Lainvoo “From Devastation to Cooperation: Rescuing Art Monuments after a Disastrous Fire in Piirissaare Old Believers Prayer House”, Estonia

16.00–16.30 Indrė Valkiūnienė, Aidonas Valkiūnas “Restoration and Rehabilitation Challenges of Original Wall Paintings and Wallpapers in Pakruojis Wooden Synagogue”, Lithuania


SOCIAL PROGRAMME

16.45–18.30 Organised visit to the Estonian National Museum’s conservation centre, including the highlights of the exhibition. Prior registration required at the conference registration desk, free entry.

19.00–23.00 Evening Reception. Prior registration required.



Thursday, 25 May

9.00–9.30 Registration

9.30–9.50 Kaisa-Piia Pedajas, Hedi Kard “Pediment of the Passion Altarpiece in St. Nicholas’ Church in Tallinn – Investigations, Conservation and Original Colour Scheme Reconstruction”, Estonia

9.50–10.10 Hilkka Hiiop (PhD), Johanna Lamp, Helen Volber “Saving Soviet Heritage – Demounting Murals from Buildings Destined for Demolition”, Estonia

10.10–10.30 Janina Lukšėnienė, Algimantas Vaineikis “Experience in Applying Cellulose Ethers for Conservation of Paintings on Canvas”, Lithuania

10.30–10.50 Guna Kreislere “Restoration of Janis Rozentāl’s Painting, Arcadia”, Latvia

11.00–11.30 Tea & Coffee

11.30–11.50 Peter Schöffel “Mouth-Blown UV Protective Glass”, Germany

11.50–12.10 Mantvidas Mieliauskas, Jurgita Kalejiene, Medeina Steponaviciute “Preventive Conservation in Expositions and Archaeological Collection Repositories of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania”, Lithuania

12.10–12.30 Ina Līne “Reconstruction and Restoration of Bauska Castle Stove Tiles and Stoves”, Latvia

12.30–12.50 Eve Koha, Elise Lekarkin “The Muhu St Catherine’s Church Stained Glass South Window of the Second Half of the 20th Century’s Conservation-Restoration”, Estonia

13.00–14.00 Lunch

14.00–14.20 Inga Šteingolde “To Do or Not to Do? Attitude Changes in Conservation in Archives”, Latvia

14.20–14.40 Mari Siiner, Andres Uueni “Parchment Documentation Website: UNICA. Important Characteristics and Common Damages of Parchment Manuscripts.”, Estonia

14.40–15.00 Lubova Belkova, Zane Tuca, Velga Opule, Una Kastanovska “Waiting for Janis Rozentāls’ 150th anniversary. Investigation of some Papers of the Artist’s Artworks”, Latvia

15.00–15.20 Jaan Lehtaru “Development of Paper Conservation in Estonia, the National Archives’ Case Study”, Estonia

15.30–16.00 Tea & Coffee

16.00–16.20 Margit Pajupuu, Kärt Pauklin “Conservation of Oil Paintings on Paper – from Ideas to Practical Solutions”, Estonia

16.20–16.40 Grete Ots, Maris Allik, Tea Šumanov “Unique Find and Conservation Story of 19th Century Wallpaper in Estonia”, Estonia

16.40–17.00 Kadi Sikka, Hembo Pagi, Andres Uueni “Re-illuminating the Past: Reflectance Transformation Imaging in Daguerreotype Investigation”, Estonia

WORKSHOPS AND SOCIAL PROGRAMME

9.30–11.30 Workshop 1: Plastics – Diversity and Degradation.

15.00–17.00 Workshop 2: Brief Insight into the World of Analysis of Cultural Heritage Objects.

17.15–19.00 Organised visit to the Estonian National Museum’s conservation centre, including the highlights of the exhibition. Maximum number of participants: 20. Prior registration required at the conference registration desk, free entry.

18.00–20.00 Open doors evening in the new building and conservation centre of the National Archives of Estonia, Nooruse 3, Tartu. Prior registration required at the conference registration desk, free entry.

Friday, 26 May

9.30–9.50 Kristjan Bachman “The Mapping of Ruhnu Furniture and the Restoration of the Island’s Polychromatic Cupboard”, Estonia

9.50–10.10 Robertas Švelnikas “Questions about Lost Components of Antique Wooden Furniture”, Lithuania

10.10–10.30 Alfonsas Šiaulys, Janina Lukšėnienė, Laima Kruopaitė “The Restoration of the Sculpture Ensemble in Ablinga: Challenges and Solutions”, Lithuania

10.30–10.50 Eva Jordan-Fahrbach “Silken Fabrics from Western and Eastern Europe used to make Liturgical Garments”, Germany

11.00–11.30 Tea & Coffee

11.30–11.50 Kristel Kajak, Krista Sarv “Gigantic Archaeological Leather. A Challenge for Conservator and for Researcher”, Estonia

11.50–12.10 Marytė Glemžienė, Audronė Salatkaitė, Simona Matuzevičiūtė, Renata Prielgauskienė “Searching for True: Different Restoration and Reconstruction Methods of Two Female Caps”, Lithuania

12.10–12.30 Janika Turu “Pesticide Residues in Woollen Artifacts”, Estonia

12.30–12.50 Indra Saulesleja, Dace Cernevska “Biodegradation Caused by Fungi on the Textile and Leather Items in the Latvian War Museum”, Latvia

13.00–14.00 Lunch

14.00–14.20 Pjotr Juga “Rayhorn O Seven guitar. A Case of Self-degrading Plastic and Documentation Issues in Two Acts”, Norway

14.20–14.40 Daira Līdaka “Conservation of Tin Sarcophagi from the Duke of Courland’s Crypts”, Latvia

14.40–15.00 Marike Laht “A Look into the Future: Conservators in the Year 2027”, Estonia

15.00–15.30 Close



WORKSHOPS AND SOCIAL PROGRAMME

9.30–11.30 Workshop 3: Holistic Approach to Preserve Maps and Parchments.

9.30–11.30 Workshop 4: St John’s Church – Up from the Ruins.

16.15–18.00 Organised visit to the Estonian National Museum’s conservation centre, including the highlights of the exhibition. Maximum number of participants: 20. Prior registration required at the conference registration desk, free entry.



Saturday, May 27

TOURS

9.15 – 17.00 Trip to Lake Peipus Region (Peipsimaa)

14.00 – 15.00 Visit to Dome Church in Tallinn

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