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Registration for ENCoRE Conference on “Education and Research in Conservation-Restoration” 13. April 2016
atLee hall at Wolfson College
The conference “Education and Research in Conservation-Restoration” is open to all interested
Registration is now open – The updated program can be found in e-newsletter 2016-2.
All speakers, members, partners and non members: 30 GBP (equals 40 Eur) to be paid at the entrance or 30 EUR euros paid to ENCoRE before 15. March
Students not presenting posters – 30 GBP to be paid at the entrance or 30 EUR euros paid to ENCoRE before 15. March
Students presenting posters – Free
(the fees are to cover costs for coffees and lunch)
Please send the following information and email it to conference@ENCoRE-edu.org
Member of ENCoRE [ ]
Partner of ENCoRE [ ]
Student (incl ph.d.) [ ]
Speaker [ ]
For early birds, please pay the conference fee to the ENCoRE account:
Den Danske Bank, St. Kongensgade afdeling,
St. Kongensgade 49,
1264 Copenhagen K.
BIC Code: DABADKKK
The General assembly will take place 14-15 April at
Homerton College Conference Centre
Hills Rd,Cambridge CB2 2PH,Storbritannien
The presentations and posters from the Conference “Teaching Conservation-Restoration“ 26 March 2014, Liège are available at the CeROArtwebsite
René Hoppenbrouwers from the board of ENCoRE has given a paper in CeROArt
ENCoRE is a network organisation of higher educational institutions in the field of conservation - restoration.
A main objective of ENCoRE is to promote research and education in the field of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.
ENCoRE was founded in 1997 with the main objective to promote research and education in the field of cultural heritage, based on the directions and recommendations given in the Professional Guidelines of the European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers Organisation E.C.C.O. and the Document of Pavia of October 1997. Currently ENCoRE has 41 full members and 1 associate members from among the leading conservation-restoration study programmes in Europe. In addition, 26 leading institutions and organisations working in the field of cultural heritage protection and research are partners of the network.
last edited by Karen Borchersen