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Tangible meets Intangible

21. July 2021
The International Summer Schools of the Institute of Conservation are already established events aiming at capacity building and exchange in the field of cultural heritage conservation.

Climate Change and Cultural Heritage Protection

21. July 2021
This summer, the Institute of Conservation at Angewandte together with three other European universities joined forces in an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership (CHePiCC online); the aim is to translate the state-of-art research on climate change and cultural heritage protection into distance and blended learning programmes to provide capacity building for teachers and learners.

Earthquake Response in Albania on behalf of the United Nations

20. July 2021
In 2019 a devastating earthquake hit Albania and severely damaged significant national cultural properties. At the request of UNOPS, an operational arm of the United Nations, Prof. Gabriela Krist and her colleagues of the Institute of Conservation provide consultancy and expertise on conservation-restoration of earthquake-damaged monuments, collection care and inventory.

Anna Spanlang and Diana Barbosa Gil to receive the Kunsthalle Wien Prize 2021

13. July 2021
The annual Kunsthalle Wien Prize is awarded by Kunsthalle Wien in cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and given out for the seventh time in 2021. Despite the continuing pandemic-related restrictions on the two educational institutions’ operations and the difficult working situation for the graduates, this year’s jury once again reviewed and discussed over a hundred diploma and master’s projects in visual and media art and selected eight winning entries.

The Angewandte sincerely congratulates all winners.

New version of “Teaching & Courses”

29. June 2021
The latest version of “Teaching & Courses” (base Angewandte) was deployed on June 25, 2021. The basis for the improvements was the valuable feedback that we received from employees and students at the Angewandte.