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Condition.2015 Conservation and Digitalization Conference

An international conference Condition.2015 took place between 19th and 22nd May 2015 at the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. It was devoted to aspects of conservation of archeological objects discovered during the exploration of the seabed as well as digitization of large objects outside controlled studio environment.

An aim of Condition.2015 Conference was to gather scientists, experts and specialists from conservation and digitization field to exchange knowledge, practice and good practice. It has been organized in Poland for the first time.

For the first two days conservators from all around Europe discussed topics such as conservation of archaeological waterlogged wood and other organic materials as well as scientific research supporting conservation process.

The last two days were devoted to digitization and aspects of photography, photogrammetry and 3D documentation.Condtion.2015 conference has been organized as a part of the project “The Shipwreck Conservation Centre with Studio Warehouse in Tczew – construction of new cultural infrastructure of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk”. Supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants and co-financed by the Polish funds.

The conference was also an opportunity to strengthen cooperation between the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk, Norwegian Maritime and Museum of Cultural History: University in Oslo involved in the project.

Please visit the conference website Condition 2015. Conservation and Digitalization for more information.