11 de outubro de 2013


No dia 19 de Outubro de 2013 irá decorrer no Porto, Portugal, na Igreja de São José das Taipas, o I Encontro de Reintegração Cromática de Bens Culturais.

O Encontro terá a duração de um dia com entradas gratuitas. O evento irá reunir comunicações de diferentes especialidades da conservação e restauro: património edificado, pintura, escultura, documentos gráficos, entre outras. Mais informações em www.arvore.pt.

Igreja de São José das Taipas
(situada na Rua do Dr. Barbosa de Castro, na cidade do Porto)

19 Outubro 2013 (9:30-18 h)

- Acesso livre
- Emitem-se certificados de assistência e reserva-se lugar mediante envio de nome completo para ana.bailao@gmail.com

Comissão Organizadora
Frederico Henriques (ÁRVORE) e Ana Bailão (CITAR/UCP/ÁRVORE)
Escola Artística e Profissional Árvore

26 de novembro de 2012

InArt2013 conference, Evora

Call for papers

This first International Conference on Innovation in Art Research and Technology will be held at the University of Évora between 10th and 13th of July 2013. This event intends to bring together specialists working in the field of Conservation Science and Applied Researches and Technologies for Conservation of Cultural Heritage from all around the world. 

As an interdisciplinary platform of dialogue and dissemination of scientific results, this conference will also welcome professionals, academic staff, early stage researchers and students from art history, museology, archaeology, architectural conservation and practical conservation field. Special attention will be given to innovative techniques, tools and products from Surface/Nano-Science and Environmental areas and to novel dissemination/Outreach strategies and tools for Scientific Conservation.

All interested participants may submit proposals for oral communications or posters.

The proposals should be in the form of a written abstract, in English (one page). These should be sent in doc or docx format, until 15th of February 2013, to inart2013@uevora.pt according to the template available on http://www.inart2013conference.uevora.pt/files/template.doc 

Accepted abstracts of papers and posters will be published in a Book of Abstracts, to be delivered during the conference and to be made available online after the conference.

Accepted oral presentations will be published in two Special Issues of the International Journal of Conservation Science and Conservar Pátrimonio, according specific instructions to be found on the website of both journals.

Further details on the conference venue, registration fees and accommodation may be found at the conference´s home page: http://www.inart2013conference.uevora.pt 

We look forward to see you in Évora next year.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee

António Candeias

3 de outubro de 2012

Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies

Available online: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies

held in Vienna, Austria November 2011      ISBN 978-3-200-02740-4

     Table of Contents [Download pdf, 351 kB]

Table of Contents
Index of Authors

     Workshops [Download pdf, 4.9 MB]

Georeferencing Historical Maps
David BIBBY – More or less 90°. Georeferencing Peter Nenning’s plan of the Benedictine Abbey of Petershausen, Konstanz, South West Germany
Menne KOSIAN – Now you see it, now you don’t. Integrating remote-sensing data with historical data in changing environments
Sandra RIEKE – Digitizing and rectifying historical plans of Cherchel and Großkrotzenberg
Christof SCHUPPERT / Georg BREITNER – Integration of historical cartographic material in geographic information systems at the Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz / Germany

     Sessions Part 1 [Download pdf, 23.4 MB]

Prospection and Remote Sensing – Advanced Methods for Archaeology
Cristina CORSI / Michael KLEIN / Guenther WEINLINGER – The Roman town of Ammaia (Portugal): From total survey to 3D reconstruction
 Giacomo Di Giacomo / Gianni Leucci / Giuseppe Scardozzi – Archaeological surveys and geophysical prospecting for the reconstruction of the Messapian city walls in Ugento (South Italy, Lecce)
Apostolos SARRIS / Nikos PAPADOPOULOS – Geophysical Surveying in Urban Centers of Greece
Susanne Tiefengraber – Large scaled area LIDAR-data analysis at the example of Styria
 Data Integration, Data Handling and Data Processing/Analysis
Benedetta ADEMBRI / Sergio DI TONDO / Filippo FANTINI – New advancing of the research on the architecture with concave and convex rhythms at Hadrian’s Villa: reconstruction hypothesis on the southern nymphaeum of the Piazza d’Oro
Benedetta ADEMBRI / Francisco JUAN VIDAL / Isabel MARTÍNEZ-ESPEJO ZARAGOZA – Hunting friezes of the Piazza d’Oro at Hadrian’s Villa. New hypothesis for a virtual reconstruction inside an integrated research strategy
Davide GHERDEVICH/ Sara GONIZZI BARSANTI / Donata DEGRASSI – Historic and archaeological itineraries for the discovery of Friuli during the Lombard period
Irmela HERZOG / Alden YÉPEZ – Prerequisites for Find Density Analysis. Analysis of Survey Data from an East Andean Region
Anna Margherita JASINK / Grazia TUCCI / Daniela CINI – MUSINT: a virtual habitat for relocated archaeological artifacts
Francisco JUAN VIDAL / Isabel MARTÍNEZ-ESPEJO ZARAGOZA – Hypotesis for the virtual anastilosis of the main chapel of the iglesia de Los Desamparados de Les Coves de Vinromá
Apostolos SARRIS / Eilis MONAHAN – Matters of Integration and Scale: New Efforts in Magnetometry Data Management at a Late Neolithic Settlement Site in Hungary
Francesco Uliano SCELZA – From traditional data to formal analysis. A proposal for comparing data from different survey methods in the coastal territory in southern Italy
Claus SCHEIBLAUER / Michael PREGESBAUER – Consolidated Visualization of Enormous 3D Scan Point Clouds with Scanopy
Esra Tekdal-Emniyeti / Rahmi Nurhan Ҫelik – Integration of different geodetic measurement techniques for renovation and restoration of cultural heritage
Tsoni Tsonev / Georgi Nekhrizov – Prototype GIS for Analysis and Protection of the Bulgarian Archaeological Heritage – ArchGIS
Sebastian VETTER / Gunnar SIEDLER – Unwrapping of a column on the base of automatically generated surface models
3D Reconstruction from Urban Surveys
Stefano COLUMBU / Giorgio VERDIANI – From the small elements to the urban scale: an investigation where petrophysical study of materials and architectural shape analysis try to read a masterplan in the Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli (Rome, Italy)
Peter DORNINGER / Robert KALASEK / Ingrid ADENSTEDT – Quantity versus Quality in Cultural Heritage Documentation
Peter FERSCHIN / Monika DI ANGELO – Procedural Modelling of Traditional Balinese Settlements
Emmanuelle REGAGNON / Olivier BARGE – The city plan as an information system. The example of the Middle Islamic city of Qalhât (Oman)
Pablo RODRÍGUEZ-NAVARRO / Filippo FANTINI – The interpretation of archaeological persistence to generate digital 3D architectural typologies. The case of ksar Tatiouine in the Moroccan High Atlas
Lost Cities – Prospections and Hypothetical Urbanistic Reconstructions
Dalibor BARTONĚK / Stanislava DERMEKOVÁ / Irena OPATŘILOVÁ – The Prediction Model in Archaeology
Dominik MASCHEK / Michael SCHNEYDER / Marcel TSCHANNERL – The civilian town of Carnuntum (Lower Austria) in time and space. A multi-layered approach towards the reconstruction of urban transformation
Attilio MASTROCINQUE / Fabio SAGGIORO / Hansjörg THALER – New Aspects of Urbanism in Grumentum

     Sessions Part 2 [Download pdf, 26.9 MB]

Kulturportale – Virtual Cultural Heritage
Emil CREANGA / Ruxandra NEMTEANU / Ileana BUDISTEANU – Lost historic and cultural benchmarks are a loss of urban memory? The urban planners’ dilemma
Tatiana LASKA / Irina TSIMBAL / Sergey GOLUBKOV / Yulia PETROVA – Virtual reconstruction of monumental painting of the Church Spas-na-Nereditse in the city of Novgorod the Great
Barbara MAZZEI / Laura PECCHIOLI – A tool in Cultural Heritage: the web application for the Museum of the sculpture in the Basilica of St. Silvestro at the Catacombs of Priscilla
Yulia PETROVA – Virtual Museum of the Delta of the Neva River
Streets, Roads and Squares – Development, Function and Conversion
Radu CIOBANU – From roman Dacia principia and fora to public market places in Transylvania
Sara PERSICHINI – The tripartite fora of the Augustan age in Lusitania
Mihailo St. POPOVIĆ / Markus BREIER – Tracing Byzantine Routes. Medieval Road Networks in the Historical Region of Macedonia and Their Reconstruction by Least-Cost Paths
Liisa SEPPÄNEN – Lost but found underground. Construction, development and maintenance of medieval streets and squares of Turku (Finland)
Streets, Roads and Squares – Continuity versus Discontinuity 
Ingeborg GAISBAUER / Sylvia SAKL-OBERTHALER – Retrogression, transformation and restart. Various aspects of streets and squares in Vienna´s first district from the Roman period to modern times
Sara GONIZZI BARSANTI / Massimo BRAINI – From Tergeste to Trieste. Lines of urban development
Olena ONOGDA – Late Medieval Archaeological Layers of Kyiv and Their Key Role in Studying City Structures (13th–15th cent.)
Sergij TARANENKO – The street network of Kyiv Podil in X–XIII centuries by the archaeological records
Pre-Excavation Strategies
Jaap Evert ABRAHAMSE / Erik SCHMITZ – DATASCAPE. Survey and Data Integration in the Amstelland Atlas Project
Francesca ANICHINI / Gabriele GATTIGLIA – Archaeological predictive model of an urban area. The study case of Pisa, Italy
Jay CARVER / Mike COURT / Nick ELSDEN – The London Crossrail project, desk study, reconnaissance and evaluation. Data sources and outcomes. Liverpool Street – a case study
Elisabeth Ida FAULSTICH – Urban Archaeology – Village Archaeology? Utility trenches through villages as archaeological prospection
Gilbert SOETERS / René ISARIN – Archaeology in the Maastricht A2 project: a tunnelvision
Panaiotis KRUKLIDIS – Multimedia Reconstruction Techniques to communicate the past. A study about the Homeric Epic
Stefan NIEDERMAIR / Peter FERSCHIN – An Augmented Reality Framework for On-Site Visualization of Archaeological Data
Mieke PFARR-HARFST – Documentation system for digital reconstructions. Reference to the Mausoleum of the Tang-Dynastie at Zhaoling, in Shaanxi Province, China
Maarten SMEETS / Geoff AVERN – Recording Excavations with a Metrology Tracking System
Giles SPENCE-MORROW / Edward R. SWENSON /John P. WARNER – Modelling Urban Ceremonial Performance in Late Formative Peru. The Case of Jatanca

     Postersession [Download pdf, 11.7 MB]

Dinara ABBASOVA / Afet RUSTAMBEYOVA / Mahfuza ZEYNALOVA – About the use of latest technologies for determining the metal composition of archaeological jewellery
Giovanni ANZANI / Elena FABRIZI / Giorgio VERDIANI – Abu Simbel. A re-lecture after half a century
Margarita-Niki ASSIMAKOPOULOS / Anastasia TSOLAKI / Eleni-Ioanna PETRAKI – Vernacular Sustainability at Santorini
Dalibor BARTONĚK / Stanislava DERMEKOVÁ / Irena OPATŘILOVÁ – Historical Maps in GIS
Antonia CHOUVARDA – Evaluation research of the educational role of Ιnformation and Communication Technology (ICT) for the presentation of the Past (Case Study: Hellenic Cosmos, Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens)
Carmela CRESCENZI / Filippo GIANSANTI / Paolo FORMAGLINI – Carved stone and web geography. A full digital approach to localization and information handling for rupestrian monuments
Silvana FAIS / Concetta FERRARA / Paolo FRONGIA / Paola LIGAS / Giuseppe PIRAS – Digital processing of IR Thermography and ultrasonic signals in the diagnostics of carbonate building materials
Silvana FAIS / Paola LIGAS / Francesco CUCCURU / Paola BASOLI / Graziella DETTORI / Paola DUI – Diagnostic Process of a Megalithic Monument by Ultrasonic Measurements
Reiner GÖLDNER – Billions of Points for Archaeology
Axel G. POSLUSCHNY / Christopher R. MUSSON – ArchaeoLandscapes Europe. Increasing Public Appreciation, Understanding and Conservation of the Landscape and Archaeological Heritage of Europe
Alka STARAC – The Lost Roman Sanctuary in Pula
Rada VARGA – Pre-excavation research at the site of Ala I Batavorum from Dacia

2 de outubro de 2012

Curso sobre Análisis científico para el estudio y catalogación de Obras de Arte: casos prácticos, técnicas y metodología

Ya podeis incribiros en el Curso sobre Análisis científico para el estudio y catalogación de Obras de Arte: casos prácticos, técnicas y metodologíaque tendrá lugar entre el 29 y el 31 de octubre en la Escuela de Patrimonio Histórico de Nájera.
Este curso tiene por objeto la actualización sobre las técnicas de análisis empleadas para el estudio de bienes culturales, así como sobre la
metodología aplicada por los diferentes profesionales que desde sus respectivos ámbitos se dedican a esta actividad. La información técnica, que requiere la colaboración interdisciplinar de diversos especialistas, a menudo se elabora y contrasta con criterios científicos en los departamentos de conservación y restauración, lo que hace posible evaluar el estado de la obra objeto de estudio, diagnosticar posibles patologías y determinar los tratamientos más adecuados.
El curso se centrará en los estudios aplicados a pintura, escultura, fotografía, artes decorativas e indumentaria.
El plazo de inscripción finaliza el 22 de octubre.

23 de julho de 2012

2ª Jornada de Biolimpieza de Obras de Arte y Bioconsolidación del materiales pétreos

Las bacterias permiten la consolidación de materiales pétreos y la limpieza de ciertas patologías presentes en obras de arte. Siendo estas metodologías rápidas, específicas, respetuosas con la obra de arte a tratar y no tóxicas ni para el restaurador ni para el medio ambiente.
Esta jornada mostrará una visión de conjunto acerca de las novedosas técnicas de Biolimpieza de obras de arte y Bioconsolidación de materiales pétreos, contando con los pioneros en el campo a nivel europeo.

Estas Jornadas han sido financiadas por el Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad

La organización de estas jornadas corre a cargo de la UPV y la empresa RestauraBioTech

Con la colavoración del Instituto Universitario de Restauración del Patrimonio (IRP), del Departamento de Biotecnología de la ETSIAM y del Microclaster Cultura y Sociedad del Valencia Campues de Excelencia

18 de junho de 2012

Exsperimental Course for Underwater Restorer

Debate “A nova orgânica da Cultura na área do Património Cultural e dos Museus”

Obra de Caravaggio apresentada após restauro

'A Ressurreição de Lázaro' antes (esquerda) e depois do restauro
'A Ressurreição de Lázaro' antes (esquerda) e depois do restauro
Uma pintura que se crê datar de 1609 foi submetida a sete meses de trabalhos de recuperação e está até meados de julho em exposição em Roma, antes de regressar à Sicília
A cidade de Roma pode agora ver A Ressurreição de Lázaro, obra de Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610) que se crê ter sido pintada em 1609, quando o pintor teria 38 anos de idade. Após a conclusão dos trabalhos de restauro, que se prolongaram durante sete meses, a pintura está agora em exposição no Palazzo Braschi, na Piazza Navona até meados de julho, altura em que será devidamente acondicionada e transportada de regresso à Sicília.
Esta não foi a primeira vez que o quadro foi submetido a trabalhos de restauro. Numa conferência de imprensa citada pela BBC, a restauradora Anna Maria Marcone adiantou que uma das tarefas mais difíceis dos trabalhos se deveram ao esforço envolvido para reparar os estragos feitos durante um primeiro restauro, que data de 1670.

15 de junho de 2012

JSTOR Launches “Register & Read"