Monthly Archives: June 2018


CAPuS Facebook page launched

CAPuS Facebook page launched

With the aim of enhancing our social media presence, we have launched a Facebook page. If you want to keep up to date with our news, events, and more, join our Facebook community. If any of your Facebook friends are interested in conservation of public art, make sure to invite them to like our Page!...


CAPuS project presented at the 6th International Art and Restoration Fair in Florence, Italy

CAPuS project presented at the 6th International Art and Restoration Fair in Florence, Italy

Ilaria Saccani (CESMAR7, Italy) and Michela Berzoli (AN.T.A. RES, Italy) presented the Conservation of Art in Public Spaces (CAPuS) project at the 6th International Art and Restoration Fair in Florence (Salone Arte e Restauro di Firenze). The Fair was held over a full week (14-19 May, 2018). A number of events and initiatives took place throughout the city, but the heart of the event was at Villa Vittoria – Congress Palace. The presentation of the CAPuS project took place on May 18 at the Kermes Talking Corner. The presentation highlighted the contribution......


CAPuS project presented at the 15th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies in Split, Croatia

CAPuS project presented at the 15th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies in Split, Croatia

The Conservation of Art in Public Spaces (CAPuS) project was briefly presented at the 15th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies, which took place in Split, Croatia, from April 26 to April 28, 2018. The conference, organized by the Conservation-Restoration Department of the Arts Academy in Split, brought together around 100 participants from five countries: Croatia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Serbia. The presentation was delivered by Sagita Mirjam Sunara (University of Split, Croatia), leader of the Croatian research team. Three Croatian institutions are participating in the CAPuS project: the University of Split,......


First meeting of the CAPuS project

First meeting of the CAPuS project

The kick-off meeting of the Conservation of Art in Public Spaces (CAPuS) project was held on March 15 and 16, 2018 at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Turin, Italy. The meeting brought together representatives of almost all the partner institutions, providing them with an opportunity to meet in person and to discuss a wide variety of topics. Dominique Scalarone (University of Turin) welcomed the participants and gave a general overview of the project. Staff of the University of Turin’s International Relations Office briefly discussed administrative and financial issues. Work......