Workshop

#Due to the limitations linked to the COVID-19 outbreak, the OPHERA workshop programme is postponed until further notice#

OPHERA Workshop 1 - WS1 - Team A
Digital technologies for knowledge and promotion of cultural heritage during the restoration & reconstruction process
Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus.
10-16 May 2020

OPHERA Workshop 2 - WS2 - Team B
Traditional and innovative methods for structural monitoring and safety assessment of built cultural heritage.
University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal.
31 May - 6 June 2020

OPHERA Workshop 3 - WS3 - Team A+B
Designing a cultural event in a post-earthquake restoration site, methods and tools.
Muccia-Camerino, Italy
4-12 September 2020

Individual/team work with tutor - 40 hours (minimum)

WHO CAN APPLY?

WS1 - Team A – Target audience:
- Conservator officers, art restorers
- Artists (Visual & Performing arts)
- Cultural operators (exhibition curators, event planners, etc.)
- Cultural institutions technical staff (architects, historians, engineers, etc.)
- Students – PhD students – PostDoc fellows (architecture, art management, art history, engineering, etc.)
- Creative and Cultural industries professionals & entrepreneurs

WS2 - Team B – Target audience:
- Conservator officers, art restorers
- Cultural institutions technical staff (architects, historians, engineers, etc.)
- Public and ecclesial institutions technical staff (architect, urban planner, engineers, etc.)
- Students – PhD students – PostDoc fellows (architecture, art management, art history, engineering, etc.)
- Building managers
- Creative and Cultural industries professionals & entrepreneurs

HOW TO APPLY - APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

-Programme participation is free of charge for selected applicants
-Selected applicants will receive a lump-sum participation grant of EUR 1,000.00
-Academic project partners will issue a workshop attendance certificate to participants at the end of the project
-Minimum 30% of the selected participants must work or live in Portugal, Cyprus and Slovenia
-Applicants living or working in the areas affected by Central-Italy 2016 earthquake will be prioritised