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Third meeting of the CAPuS project (Milan, Italy)

Third meeting of the CAPuS project (Milan, Italy)

The meeting took place in Milan, at  World Trade Center Malpensa Airport on June 11 2019. Each team showed  presentations on past and ongoing activities in WP2, WP3 and WP4. It was a useful and important meeting in order to have updates about the work performed and tasks ahead. The next meeting will be held in October 2019, and will be hosted by the Conservation and Restoration Centre La Venaria Reale....


Second meeting of the CAPuS project (Split, Croatia)

Second meeting of the CAPuS project (Split, Croatia)

The second meeting of the Conservation of Art in Public Spaces (CAPuS) project was held on July 12, 2018 at the University of Split, Croatia. Each team presented the artworks listed in their Initial Selection of Artworks Form (including archival photos, details showing structural and surface issues, artist interviews and analytical results if already available). The criteria for the selection were explained and discussed.  WP10 leader Ilaria Saccani (CESMAR 7) updated the team on the dissemination activities. Toni Tabak (University of Split / Digitize Studio) presented the website and its structure. Group work......


CAPuS Facebook page launched

CAPuS Facebook page launched

With the aim of enhancing our social media presence, we have launched a Facebook page. If you want to keep up to date with our news, events, and more, join our Facebook community. If any of your Facebook friends are interested in conservation of public art, make sure to invite them to like our Page!...


Kick-off meeting of the CAPuS project (Turin, Italy)

Kick-off meeting of the CAPuS project (Turin, Italy)

The kick-off meeting of the Conservation of Art in Public Spaces (CAPuS) project was held on March 15 and 16, 2018 at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Turin, Italy. The meeting brought together representatives of almost all the partner institutions, providing them with an opportunity to meet in person and to discuss a wide variety of topics. Dominique Scalarone (University of Turin) welcomed the participants and gave a general overview of the project. Staff of the University of Turin’s International Relations Office briefly discussed administrative and financial issues. Work package......