These are the main competencies for which this degree will train you:
Apply the practical aspects of the discipline, to new professional options such as management, study and dissemination of the historical-artistic heritage and carry out educational work on issues related to cultural heritage and goods, their conservation and restoration, promoting critical reasoning and ethical commitment.
Understand and apply international and national conservation and restoration policies, as well as applicable laws and regulations in professional practice. Critical understanding of the Theory and History of Art, considering artistic events, their social context and their iconography. Know and use art processes, procedures and materials in the areas of Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Audiovisuals and technological devices.
Develop abilities and skills related to participation, management and optimization of teamwork, applying reasoned criteria to decision making and evaluation of results.
Determine the intervention criteria and decide the most appropriate conservation or restoration treatment in each case. Applying the appropriate methodology, treatments and materials.
Document the Cultural Asset, starting from the domain of documentary and/or historiographical sources and knowledge of the conservation and restoration processes. Using for this the necessary methodology, terminology, materials and tools.
Develop conservation-restoration projects in which an interdisciplinary dialogue is established with other professionals related to cultural heritage. Identify the artistic fact as a consequence of the creative process linked to observation, representation of ideas and artistic moments, through different techniques in the areas of Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Audiovisuals and Technological Devices.
Identify the material composition of the cultural asset, and the procedures and techniques used in its preparation. Choosing for this, the appropriate instruments and examination methods that allow the use of scientific methodology in solving conservation and restoration problems.
Recognize and identify alterations to the Cultural Property and its causes of deterioration in order to assess its state of conservation and determine the type of treatment required. Establishing the appropriate conditions for the preventive conservation of Cultural Assets during their exhibition, storage, transportation and deposit.