The course is built around specific objects and object families. This is why it is well-suited to real-life conservation and restoration practice.
This practice is approached from an integrated vision. This means, among other things, that the heritage object is viewed through contemporary cultural-anthropological glasses. The preservation of our heritage is of social importance, something of the present rather than of the past.
Of course, the programme also looks to the future: sustainability, globalism, urbanity and multiculturalism are important issues here.
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