Program

Preliminary Program

Venue A: Casa Cava

Venue B: Former hospital of S. Rocco, Church of Cristo Flagellato, S. Giovanni Battista square, Matera

Venue C: University of Basilicata, via S. Rocco 1, Matera [C1: Aula Sassu / C2:Aula 43]

Venue D: ISCR (Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro) Scuola di Alta Formazione “Michele D’Elia”  Via Luigi La Vista 5, Matera

Venue E: Matera Province – Sala Consiliare   Via Ridola, 60, Matera

 

MAY 22, 2018

Session 1: Open Cultural Heritage LAB

Dialogues in Cultural Heritage

VENUE E

Session dedicated to advocacy of science applied to cultural heritage conservation and valorisation  where the citizen and local schools can develop interactive laboratories.
 
MAY 23, 2018

Talking about Cultural Heritage and Museum

VENUE A

10.00 Welcome to YOCOCU 2018
10.20-11.00 Special Lecture
11.00-13.00 Round Table: The role of Museum in Italy
13.00-14.00 Lunch
Session 2: Cultural Heritage, Museum and Territory
VENUE A

Cultural Heritage and Museum Accessibility between tradition and innovation

VENUE B

Education and Cultural Heritage

 

14.00-16.40 Presentations Presentations
16.40-17.00 Coffee Break
17.00-19.00 VENUE A

Special Session: Heritage and Cultural Identity in Iran

21.00 Social Event by Matera HUB


MAY 24, 2018

Talking about Cultural heritage Conservation

Session 3: Materials e Methods

VENUE B

New technologies in terms of methodologies and materials

VENUE C

Archaeometry and cultural heritage

9.00-11.00 Presentations Presentations
11.00-11.20 Coffee Break
11.20-13.00 Presentations Presentations
13.00-14.00 Lunch
Session 4: Cultural heritage in USA (remote exchange)

VENUE B

14.00-16.00 In collaboration with USA Embassy in Rome and Word Monument Fund (New York)
Session 5: Poster session and Living Lab Session*
16.00-18.00 The participants can use the Living Lab Session to show the techniques and materials used in their research This session will take part together with the Poster session.
Session 6: Open your art*
18.00-19.30 Private citizens and participants, upon booking, can bring their own material (samples, paintings and other objects) in order study them using the diagnostic analysis and the other services available from the sponsors. The professionals taking part to the conference can contribute to the session by providing additional information and specific knowledge.
21.00 Social Dinner

 

MAY 25, 2018

Session 7: Archaeology and Architecture

VENUE B

Archaeological heritage: from preventive archaeology to valorisation

VENUE C

Architectural heritage: methods and approaches to knowledge, valorisation and restoration

8.30-11.00 Presentations Presentations
11.00-11.20 Coffee Break
11.20-13.00 Presentations Presentations
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.30 Session 9: Awaiting for Georgia. YOCOCU 2020

VENUE B

15.30-17.00 Session 8: Natural Risk mitigation and protection of the Cultural Heritage

VENUE B

17.00-18.00 Discussion, awards  and conclusions
18.00-20.00 Matera city visit
22.00 YOCOCU Night

 

MAY 26, 2018
10.00-12.00 Special Event : Visit to ISCR (Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro) Scuola di Alta Formazione “Michele D’Elia”   

 

* Participants interested in taking part to this activity must specify it in the registration form. The space will be made available by YOCOCU but the material and the equipment needed are responsibility of the participants..

 

 

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  1. Hi, I’m a conservator student from Italy; before signing in, could you please send the specific conference’s arguments, so that I can value if it’s worth for me and compatible with my specific academy program.
    Thanks

    1. Dear the conference topics are:
      New technologies in terms of methodologies and materials
      Archaeometry and cultural heritage: provenance of natural and artificial stone materials and metals
      Protection and Conservation of archaeological sites and buildings
      Conservation of Contemporary Art and other modern Materials
      Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage (Exhibition Design)
      Restoration sites and Edutainment
      Cultural Heritage Accessibility between tradition and innovation
      Education and Cultural Heritage

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