Following the success of the meetings in Germolles, Rome, New York, Barcelona and London, the next Experts' Meeting on Enamel on Metals Conservation will be held next week at the National Museum in Warsaw.
To be unveiled this Monday is a groundbreaking project based on a mobile application for the identification of lost works of art, able to identify a work of art in a matter of seconds using a smartphone or tablet.
The “Anything Goes” Museum project has been nominated for the 2016 Children in Museums Award. The statuette is awarded by the European Museum Academy and Hands On! International Association of Children in Museums.
Along with ministries of culture and european cultural institutions, the National Museum in Warsaw has collaborated with digital culture platform Europeana to contribute to a unique collection of 300 artworks that have helped define Europe’s art history.
We are pleased to inform you that the registration for “6th Experts’ Meeting on Enamel on Metal Conservation” is open! The conference will take place at the National Museum in Warsaw on 19th–20th May 2016.
In search of cancer and other diseases in Egyptian mummies at the Affidea International Oncotherapy Centre in Otwock. The developers of the project are Polish archaeologists from the University of Warsaw. It is being conducted in cooperation with the NMW.