Summer School of Architecture Rogljevo 2018.
“DOCUMENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND RESTORATION OF BUILT HERITAGE: COMPLEX OF ROGLJEVO WINE CELLARS”
15-29 September 2018
Application deadline: July 15, 2018
Official language: English
Organizers: Grupa arhitekata (Belgrade, Serbia) and Cultural Heritage without Borders Albania | Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia
The program encourages multidisciplinary international cooperation, addresses issues of implementation and monitoring of heritage protection projects within the local, regional and European framework.
The Summer School will be held from September 15 to 29, 2018. The working day runs from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (including a lunch break for 1 hour). The program has two modules that focus on documentation, interpretation and restoration of heritage, through the applied work on historical structures in Rogljevo. The school will be organized through two parallel modules for a period of 15 days, with the participants selecting one of the modules and making the final work. Lectures will be held in the morning and they are common to both modules, while in the afternoon, practical work on the field will be organized.
MODULE 1 – DOCUMENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF BUILT HERITAGE
The participants will work on the recording and production of technical documentation for houses within the broader zone of protection of the complex of Rogljevo wine cellars, using traditional survey techniques. Participants will also learn about new methodologies and technologies used for this purpose, with a comment on what technologies are available in Serbia and how the selection and scope of survey is performed. Also, participants will be presented with the basic principles of heritage interpretation, and for the purpose of preparing and creating an adequate presentation to various audiences.
A study trip to the Lepenski Vir site will be organized on the 7th day of the Summer School.
MODULE 2 – RECONSTRUCTION OF WINE CELLARS: CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES, METHODOLOGY OF RESTORATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HISTORICAL STRUCTURES – EARTH ARCHITECTURE
The participants will work on the restoration of the elements of the architecture of the cellar number 100, which is located within the complex of the Rogljevo wine cellars. Students will work on the preparation and application of mud plaster and restoration of walls and elements of wooden construction. In addition to training for old building techniques, training on historical and modern tools will also be carried out.
Supervision and expertise will be provided by the Republic Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments.
The program is divided into two basic segments, in terms of field work: theoretical and practical part, which involves work on the objects themselves, with intensive training and careful supervision. Theoretical knowledge is provided by the distinguished professors and experienced and certified professionals from Serbia and abroad. Craft and conservation techniques and skills will be presented by the experienced and certified craftsmen through conservation and restoration works on the protected structures in situ.
Organizers will provide a detailed certificate for obtaining ECTS points.
We invite international participants – professionals and students in the fields of architecture, technology, construction, sustainable construction, building physics, architectural conservation and art history, as well as enthusiasts.
COSTS AND FEES
The school is subsidized, so the registration is 50 EUR for the entire duration of the school and includes the costs of the registration fee (workshops + lectures), working materials and accommodation (three meals a day + overnight). We provide accommodation in the pension, in the immediate vicinity of the site.
The registration fee does not cover travel expenses.
Exchanging the fee for money is not possible.
Considering the practical nature of the Summer School, it is obligatory to bring your laptop.
Your application should include:
– application form (https://goo.gl/4FPjnN)
– short CV (maximum 2 pages).
Send your application to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for application is July 15, 2018.
CONTACTS AND LINKS
9th Summer School of Architecture Bač 2018
“SURVEYING AND DOCUMENTING HERITAGE: 3D SCANNING AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY”
15-19 August 2018
Registration deadline: June 20, 2018
Official language: English
Organizers Grupa arhitekata (Belgrade, Serbia) and rese arch (Piešťany, Slovakia) | Supported using public funding by Slovak Arts Council
The program is encouraging multidisciplinary international collaboration, dealing with the issues of implementation and monitoring of projects of heritage protection within the local, regional, and European framework.
The program is encouraging multidisciplinary international collaboration, dealing with the issues of implementation and monitoring of projects of heritage protection within the local, regional, and European framework. The Summer School will take place from 15th to 19th of August 2018. The workdays are beginning at 10:00 AM lasting until 07:00 PM (including 1-hour lunch break). The program is focusing on heritage documentation and photogrammetry, working on the historical structures in Bač.
The program introduces 3d-scanning using photogrammetry, explanation of the complete workflow from taking photos and processing to final analysis of meshes and creation of sections and floor plans. The practical part includes the following: taking the photos and measurements – explanation of technique and camera settings on a practical example, processing of photos – creation of 3d data (point clouds, triangular meshes and textures) using Agisoft Photoscan; scaling and alignment of 3d data using Cloud Compare; creating floorplans, sections and elevations using Rhino; practicing 3d scanning and 3d data processing on real-world examples with guidance.
A detailed certificate will be provided by the organizer for obtaining ECTS credits.
We are inviting international participants: professionals and students of architecture, technology, civil engineering, sustainable building, building physics, architectural conservation and art history, as well as the enthusiasts.
COSTS AND FEES
The school is subsidized, so the registration fee is 30 EUR for the entire school, and includes costs of tuition (workshops +lectures), working material and boarding (three meals per day + accommodation). We provide accommodation in near-by boarding house (mostly dormitory-style).
Fees do not include travel costs.
Given the hands-on character of the Summer School, it is mandatory to bring your own laptop. Internet connection will be provided by the organizer. The installation of required (free) software will be communicated in a timely manner.
Your application should include:
– submitting the application form (https://goo.gl/forms/gKNZHbplBJideHR52)
– a short CV (2 pages maximum).
Exchanging the subsidy for money is not possible.
Deadline for applications is June 20th 2018.
From revisionism to revalorization. What is the place of the monuments of the PLW and the Revolution in public discourse of Serbia?
ORGANIZATION: Grupa arhitekata – Platform Inappropriate Monuments
Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade Botićeva 6
6th of May 2017 at 06:00 PM
Dr Olga Manojlović Pintar, historian, Institute for Recent History of Serbia
Nenad Lajbenšperger historian, Institute for Heritage Protection of the Republic of Serbia
Anthony Sevšek, architect, Zagreb
Damir Gamulin, designer, Zagreb
Moderation: Dr Vladana Putnik, art historian, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade
The insight into the condition of the heritage dedicated to People’s Liberation War and Revolution in Serbia shows a broad spectrum of both positive and negative phenomena. Vandalism, deterioration, but also the examples of restoration and good maintenance, can be found throughout the country, which opens many questions regarding the present attitude towards the monuments, museums and museum settings, and the question of their future. The emergence of new actors, new – often dissonant – voices brings up the question of how to keep this heritage, whether it is possible to achieve broader social consensus on it, and if it is possible to involve the public in these processes. Due to the large number of these memorials, peculiar legal status and change of the ideological paradigm, for a while there have been discussions about the revalorization and the setup of the procedures for their guardianship. The Participants of the round table will express their oppinion on this matter, based on their extensive research and field work, the experience of the competitions, design and the completion of the museum setups.
Project partners are: Grupa arhitekata (Belgrade), SF:ius – Social fringe: interesting untold stories (Zagreb), Moderna galerija MG+MSUM (Ljubljana), Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo), Leftist Movement Solidarity (Skopje) and KUD Anarhiv (Ljubljana).
Project Inappropriate monuments is supported by the Balkans Art and Culture Fund – Bac, which is funded by the Government of Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation – SDC and the European Cultural Foundation – ECF, Allianz Cultural Foundation, the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, Foundation Kultura Nova.
ON THE REVOLUTION’S ROADS
Memorial tourism in Yugoslavia
Museum of Yugoslav History
July 15th – August 31st 2016
Opening: Friday, July 15th at 7 pm in the Museum of Yugoslav History
The exhibition On the Revolution’s road – Memorial tourism in Yugoslavia, created through the international research platform INAPPROPRIATE MONUMENTS (www.inappropriatemonuments.org) will be opened on Friday, July 15th at 7 pm in the Museum of Yugoslav History.
Shortly after the end of World War II monument sites of National Liberation War became places for commemoration and were visited by a great number of Yugoslav citizens. By the mid-seventies, Partisan marches, excursions and field trips named “Paths of Revolution” have had about 2,5 million participants. By the end of the decade, this number rose to around 4 million visitors per year and monument sites became part of the tourist programs in Yugoslavia. With the examples of WWII monument sites from the entire territory of the former state, presented through the archive photo materials, the exhibition “On the Revolution’s Roads” looks into the ways monuments were included in the tourist programs and that those programs were articulated from the mid-seventies until the break of Yugoslavia. How did the notion of these memorial sites as a tourist product affect the mechanisms of their erection and management? Are these sites still a part of the tourist programs?
The artists that joined the exhibition in Ljubljana and Belgrade with video and photo artwork show us all the different sides of dealing with what once was our common or shared heritage, both artistically and politically. Their questions and answers range from socialism to capitalism, revisionism, oblivion and/or the compulsion to remember, and even towards such supposedly simple things as sightseeing, traveling, the agony of waiting, etc. The visitors will also be able to see a collection of photographs portraying memorial tourism, from the open call for the photographs from the personal archives of people from ex-Yugoslav states. Also, a selection of 15 sculptures/models of the monuments from the collection of the Museum of Yugoslav History will be on display.
The exhibition has already been on view in Zagreb, Sarajevo, Kraljevo, Niš, Šabac and Ljubljana. In 2016, the exhibition will be shown in Belgrade, Pula, Split, Karlovac, Skopje.
Concept: Lana Lovrenčić, Milan Rakita
Researchers – associates: Tamara Buble (SF: ius), Barbara Drole, Jelena Grbic (GA), Elma Hodzic (HM BiH), Marko Jenko (MG + MSUM), Goran Janev (Leftist movement Solidarnost, Skopje), Jelica Jovanović (GA), Mateja Kuka (SF: ius), Nenad Lajbenšperger (Republic Institute for protection of Monuments, Belgrade, Serbia ICOMOS), Nikola Puharić (SF: ius) Vladana Putnik (Faculty of Philosophy – Department of History of art), Vojkan Trifunovic (Positive Youth, Kraljevo).
Participating artists: Dejan Habicht, Siniša Labrović, Tanja Lažetić
Design: Oleg Šuran
Organization: Group of Architects, Museum of Yugoslav History
Project partners: Group of Architects (Belgrade), SF: ius – Social fringes: interesting untold stories (Zagreb), Museum of Modern Art (Ljubljana) and Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo). The exhibition is realized with the support of NGO Positive Youth (Kraljevo) and the Leftist movement Solidarnost (Skopje).
The project “Inappropriate monuments” is supported by Balkan Arts and Culture Fund – BAC (BAC is supported by the Swiss Government through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the European Cultural Foundation), Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia, Croatian Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, Kultura Nova Foundation.