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We prepare content of the protection, legislation, exhibitions, publications, and domestic and international projects.

Projects

The IPCHS coordinates and participates in various international and domestic project and promotional campaigns. Special attention is given to young people.

ARCHEODANUBE

The ARCHEODANUBE project (full title: Archaeological Park in Urban Areas as a Tool for Local Sustainable Development) is an international project with 22 participating partners from 11 countries of the Danube region. The main purpose of the project is to preserve and promote cultural heritage through the development of archaeological parks within towns. The archaeological parks will form the basis for future cultural activities and archaeological tourism. The project ARCHEODANUBE is co-funded by the European Union (ERDF, IPA, ENI) in the frame of the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme. The total budged is 2.157.540 EUR. The duration is from 1. 7. 2020 until 31. 12. 2022.

Project publications:
Guidebook for Designing Local Archeo Plans (pdf)
Archeodanube baseline study (pdf)

European Cultural Heritage Days

European Cultural Heritage Days, as the name already indicates, are a joint action undertaken by numerous European countries under the auspices of the Council of Europe and the European Commission.

Perceive, Protect, Preserve

PERCEIVE, PROTECT, PRESERVE is a project by the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia with which we want to spark an interest in the younger population for the protection and preservation of cultural heritage, while also familiarising them with concepts from cultural heritage conservation in a creative way.

In this institution that has branches throughout Slovenia, all different types of experts meet and connect on a daily basis – from conservationists and restorers to archaeologists and architects – who with their knowledge in art history, ethnology, archaeology, conservation, restoration, history, architectural, landscape architecture and more, work on preserving cultural heritage. For Slovenian cultural heritage to be introduced to children and youth as much as possible, various activities that emphasise the IPCHS’s mission were organised as part of the project.

REFREsh - Rural rEvitalisation For cultuRal hEritage

REFREsh deals with revitalisation of heritage in rural areas. The aim of the project is to transform old and unused industrial buildings into cultural centres of creative industries by using multifunctional approach and involving different stakeholders. REFREsh is funded by Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme. It brings together partners from Germany, Hungary, Croatia, Italy and Slovenia.

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InnoRenew CoE

The IPCHS collaborates as a partner on the InnoRenew CoE project whose goal it is to found a internationally acclaimed, scientifically excellent institute in the field of renewable materials and improving the quality of living, and enable Slovenia to penetrate to the leading position in Europe regarding sustainable construction with the help of the centre’s operations. The project was financed as part of Horizon 2020 WIDESPREAD-1-2014: Teaming and coordinated by the University of Primorska. The project consortium is comprised of eight Slovenian partners and the world renowned mentor institution Fraunhofer WKI.

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ARRS

Copper and bronze undergo spontaneous oxidation in humid air, but the aggressive environment (e.g. acid rain,..) the outdoor bronze monuments are exposed to, influences their further corrosion and degradation. In spite of the extensive corrosion studies of bronze and artist’s patina, only few direct correlations of environmental conditions, to which a work of art is exposed, to the corrosion development exist. Furthermore, this problem is exacerbated due to the rapid global environmental changes and pollution. In order to protect bronze cultural heritage objects only certain corrosion protection methods may be used, but the protection systems that were in the use till now are not always effective and could be environmentally questionable, and need to be adapted to the environmental conditions a work of art is exposed to.

 

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