5 August 2016     Conferences  

On the 12th and 13th of October 2016 in the State Museum-reserve “Peterhov” and the Saint-Petersburg state institute of culture The Second International-practical conference and round table “The new life of the cultural heritage in the XXI century” will take place for the reconstruction and preservation of the landscape architecture monuments (following the example of the Court-park ensembles of France and Russia).

In four thematic sections in Russian and French ethical, theoretical and practical questions will be discussed about the restoration and preserving of the monuments of culture expertise and guards of the objects of cultural heritage, and also the problems of education in the region of restorative activities.

 The conference is organized by:

Alexander Sergeevich Turgaev – rector of the Saint-Petersburg State institute of culture PHD of historical sciences, professor; Arkadii Yurgeevich Rusakov – depute-rector of the science work in the same institute, PHD of philosophical sciences, associate professor; Elena Yakovleneva Kalnikatsiya – general director of the State museum-reserve “Peterhof”, PHD of culturology , proferssor; Svetlana NIkolaevna Ikonnikova – head of department “Theory and history of culture” in SPSIC, PHD of of philosophical sciences. Professor; ServanDe Ler-Mateus – president of the International Association “Shartr the sanctuary of the world” (France); Lyudmila Ivanovna Odber – president of the Russian-French association “Dialog-28”, the president of Russian Club of friends of Notr-Dan De Shartr (France); Deny Geeman – director of Nitonal reserve in district Persh (France); Olga Botalova – manager international development of business at Ministry of Economic development, district Shampan-Ardeni (France) and Polina Vladimirovna Traver – PHD of Slavic philology, history and Russian teacher at the university of Havra, vice-president of the French-Russian Association “Dialog-28” (France)  

More details about the conference and the application form you can find at EAFF’s official page.

Fotos: peterhofmuseum.ru