Phase III: Sustainable Heritage 2015–2017
The Show must go on… the Sustainable Heritage Project is by now very popular among both students and teachers of the involved institutions. This is why the show will go on.
The third phase of the project consists of three annual courses spanning from 2015 to 2017. At a meeting in Tallinn in January 2015 an outline for the program for the next three years was drawn by the partner organisations i.e. Novia University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Uppsala University (Sweden), Estonian Academy of Arts and Estonian Open Air Museum (Estonia). It was decided that the Sustainable Heritage Project should be continued on much the same principles as it had been run so far.
- Conservation of Wall Paintings — Hands–On Work in Autumn 2015, at Suuremõisa Manor, Hiiumaa, Estonia
- Lime Mortar — Hands–On Work in Autumn 2016, on Gotland, Sweden
- Instruments for monitoring old structures — Hands–On Work Autumn 2017, in Ekenäs and Raseborg, Finland
Each partner organisation will bring their expertise to serve the shared interest in educating the young professionals to look after our heritage. The events will be organised in turns in the partner countries. The best professionals will be engaged as teachers, and the overall object is to sustain our built heritage also in the future.