HerMan-'Műemlékőr' / MonumentWatch Conference

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An international thematic conference with European perspectives entitled ’Introducing and Running Preventive Maintenance Services for Cultural Heritage Buildings’ was organized in Budapest on 13 February 2014.

The conference, as well as the Műemlékőr/MonumentWatch Pilot Project was implemented in the framework of the ’HERMAN-Cultural Heritage Management in the Central Europe Area’ project. The HerMan project is implemented between 2012 and 2014 through the Central Europe program led by the Municipality of Eger, in cooperation with 8 other partners from Poland, Germany and Italy. The Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management is one of the knowledge providers of the project and the professional coordinator of the Monumentenwacht/Műemlékőr pilot project. Latter pilot is aimed at exploring ways of introducing and adapting the Dutch ’Monumentenwacht’ method in Hungary.

The conference included two sessions - one on Motivation and demand and one on Feasibility. Graham Bell, Director of the Curatorium of the Hungarian Renaissance Foundation held a presentation at the conference entitled ’Preventive Maintenance Services - Different models in Europe’.

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Further information:

The conference, as well as the Műemlékőr/MonumentWatch Pilot Project was implemented in the framework of the ’HERMAN-Cultural Heritage Management in the Central Europe Area’ project. The HerMan project is implemented between 2012 and 2014 through the Central Europe program led by the Municipality of Eger, in cooperation with 8 other partners from Poland, Germany and Italy. The Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management is one of the knowledge providers of the project and the professional coordinator of the Monumentenwacht/Műemlékőr pilot project. Latter pilot is aimed at exploring ways of introducing and adapting the Dutch ’Monumentenwacht’ method in Hungary.