(en)Katalog ECTS

Introduction to protection of cultural heritage

(en)Pedagog: mgr Anna Kowalik

(en)Pole (en)Opis
Course type optional
Metody dydaktyczne (forma zajęć)
  • Online lectures on courses, monographs
  • Online seminar: didactic discussion, didactic dialogue
  • e-learning: podcasts, video meetings, offline lectures
  • Outdoor activities with discussion (with large numbers of students, divide the classes into groups according to the pandemic guidelines)
Język wykładowy angielski;
Wymagania wstępne
  • Student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw;
  • Erasmus exchange student studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw
Wymagania końcowe

Credit in the field of theory

Forma i sposób zaliczenia przedmiotu (metody i kryteria oceny)

Assessment of the individual student's work according to the grade scale included in the Study Regulations from 0 to 5+.

The assessment consists of:

  • attendance - 40%
  • active participation in discussions and activities in the field - 20%
  • essay (in English) on a selected topic related to the protection of cultural heritage and relating to the student's country of residence - 40%
Cele dydaktyczne (treści programowe, opis przedmiotu)

The classes are to give the student an orientation on what is the protection of tangible and intangible heritage and what is its place in the sphere of culture. The subject, conducted in the form of lectures, online seminars and field classes, will enable the student to acquire knowledge about the specificity of conservation issues along with shaping the awareness of the need to protect heritage.
After completing the course, the student has knowledge of the protection of cultural heritage. Has the ability to collect information in the field of heritage protection and is aware of the issues of protection of cultural heritage.

TOPICS:

  • The theory of conservation and valuation of monuments, legal protection, ethical issues;
  • Assumptions of ancient and modern conservation doctrines, basic texts and documents;
  • Conservation methodology;
  • Structure of the field and basic terminology in the field of protection and care of cultural heritage (division into preventive, conservative and restoration, reconstruction, replica, re-enactment, emulation);
  • Organization of the protection and care of monuments in Poland;
  • Historical and conservation study in Poland;
  • Shaping the concept of a monument and conservation doctrine in Poland;
  • UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage; knowledge of the criteria for the assessment and verification of cultural and natural objects and the procedure for entering into the list
  • Polish monuments on the UNESCO World Heritage List;
  • History of the Reconstruction of Warsaw;
  • Old Town in Warsaw (field activities);
  • Current art exhibitions in Warsaw (field activities).
Literatura obowiązkowa wykorzystywana podczas zajęć
  1. About ICOMOS [Internet]. International Council onMonuments and Sites. 2011. Available online: https://www.icomos.org/en/about-icomos/mission-and-vision/history?showall=&start=1
  2. Athens Charter, D. The Athens charter for the restoration of historic monuments. In Proceedings of the 1st International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments, Athens, Greece, 21–30 October 1931.
  3. Barassi, S. Dreaming of a universal approach: Brandi’s theory of restoration and the conservation of contemporary art. In Conservation: Principles, Dilemmas and Uncomfortable Truths; Butterworth-Heinemann: Oxford, UK, 2009; (This paper was presented in London on September 24 at the seminar—Conservation: Principles, Dilemmas and Uncomfortable Truths).
  4. Drogi współczesnej konserwacji. Aranżacja. Ekspozycja. Rekonstrukcja. Studia i Materiały Wydziału Konserwacji i Restauracji Dzieł Sztuki ASP w Krakowie 2000, IX tom IX, cz. 1 i 2, ICOMOS Biuletyn 2000; www.icomos-polska.com
  5. Dushkina, N. The challenge of change and the 20th-century heritage. In Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905): Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation; Polistampa: Vienna, Austria, 2008; pp. 1000–1013.
  6. Falser, M.; Lipp, W.; Tomaszewski, A. Conservation and preservation, interactions between theory and practice in memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905). In Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conserviation and Restoration, Vienna, Austria, 23–27 April 2008.
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  9. Gutowska K. [red.], Problemy zarządzania dziedzictwem kulturowym, Warszawa 2000.
  10. Howard P., Heritage. Management, Interpretation, Identity, London–New York 2003
  11. ICOMOS The Nara Document on Authenticity; ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites): Nara, Japan, 1994.
  12. ICOMOS. The Burra Charter: The Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance 2013; Incorporated Peter Marquis-Kyle: Brisbane, Australia, 2013.
  13. Ingarden R., Studia z estetyki, t. III, Warszawa 1966.
  14. Jokilehto, J. The idea of conservation: An overview. In Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905): Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation; Polistampa: Vienna, Austria, 2008; pp. 1000–1015.
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  16. Lehne, A. Georg dehio, alois riegl, max dvorák—A threshold in theory development. In Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905): Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation; Polistampa: Vienna, Austria, 2008; pp. 1000–1012.
  17. Marshall, D. The burra charter in an international context—The implications of international doctrine for practice in Australia. In Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905): Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation; Polistampa: Vienna, Austria, 2008; pp. 1000–1007.
  18. Niglio, O. John Ruskin: The Conservation of the Cultural Heritage; Kyoto University: Kyoto, Japan, 2013.
  19. O opiece nad kolekcją, (red.) M. Bogdańska-Krzyżanek, J. Egit-Pużyńska, Warszawa 2008.
  20. O zabytkach. Ochrona, opieka, konserwacja, Warszawa 2005.
  21. Plevoets, B.; Van Cleempoel, K. Adaptive Reuse as a Strategy towards Conservation of Cultural Heritage: A Survey of 19th and 20th Century Theories. In Proceedings of the Reinventing Architecture and Interiors: The past, the present and the future, Greenwich, UK, 29–30 March 2012.
  22. Powell, K. Architecture Reborn: The Conversion and Reconstruction of Old Buildings; Calmann & King Ltd.: London, UK, 1999.
  23. Pruszyński J., Ochrona zabytków w Polsce. Geneza, organizacja, prawo, PWN Warszawa 1989.
  24. Riegl, A. The Modern Cult of Monuments: Its Character and Its Origin; MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, USA, 1982.
  25. Rouhi, J. Development of the Theories of Cultural Heritage Conservation in Europe: A Survey of 19th and 20th Century Theories. In Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Civil Engineering, Architecture & Urban Development, Tehran, Iran, 27–29 December 2016.
  26. Ruskin, J. Seven Lamps of Architecture; JM Dent and Sons: London, UK, 1907.
  27. Ruskin, J. The lamp of memory (1849). Hist. Perspect. Prev. Conserv. 1849, 6, 2.
  28. Rymaszewski B., Polska ochrona zabytków, Warszawa 2005.
  29. Schädler-Saub, U. Teoria e metodologia del restauro: Italian contributions to conservation in theory and practice. In Conservation and Preservation: Interactions between Theory and Practice: In Memoriam Alois Riegl (1858–1905): Proceedings of the International Conference of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for the Theory and the Philosophy of Conservation; Polistampa: Vienna, Austria, 2008; pp. 1000–1014.
  30. Szmygin B.: Kształtowanie koncepcji zabytku i doktryny konserwatorskiej w Polsce w XX wieku, Lublin 2001
  31. Tomaszewski Andrzej, Ku nowej filozofii dziedzictwa, Kraków 2012.
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  33. Tomaszewski, A.; Polistampa, E. Values and critera in heritage conservation. In Proceedings of the International Conference of ICOMOS, ICCROM, Fondazione Romualdo Del Bianco, Florence, Italy, 2–5 March 2007.
  34. Ustawa o ochronie zabytków i opiece nad zabytkami z 23 lipca 2003 roku.
  35. Vaccaro, A. Restoration and anti-restoration. In Historical and Philisophical Issues in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. The Getty Conservation Institute: Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1996; pp. 308–313.
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  37. Viollet-le-Duc, E.-E. Dictionnaire Raisonné de l’Architecture Française du Xie Au Xvie Siècle; English Edition on Restoration (London, 1875); B. Bance: Paris, France, 1854.
Literatura uzupełniająca rekomendowana do samodzielnej pracy studenta
  1. Althöfer H., A Five-Point Programme for Conserving Contemporary Art [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 37-42.
  2. Baldini U., Teoria del restauro, Firenze 1978.
  3. Basile G., Didactica formativa per la tutela delląarte contemporanea [in:] Conservazioni dell’arte contemporanea: temi e problemi un’esperienza didactica, pod red. P. Iazurlo, F. Valenti, Saonara 2010, pp. 19-26.
  4. Basile G., Proposta di costituzione di una associazione per la conservazione e la salvaguardia dell’arte contemporanea [in:] Conservazione e restauro nell’arte contemporanea, ed. G. Basile, conference materials: Roma Università La Sapienza: “Arte e Conservazione”, nr 1995, Roma 1995, pp. 48-52.
  5. Beerkens L., Weerdenburg S., Restoration or Reconstruction? Towards a Conservation Approach for "Arte Povera" Installations, Based on the Art Process and the Artist's Intent [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 187-192.
  6. Bonsanti G., Proposals for a Theory of the Restoration of Contemporary Art [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 123-132.
  7. Brandi C., Il fenomeno teorico del restauro [in:] “Bollettino dell’Instituto Centrale del Restauro” n. 1 (1950), pp. 9-12.
  8. Brandi C., Teoria del Restauro, Rzym 1963.
  9. Chiantore O., Synthetic Materials in Contemporary Art: Opportunities and Problems [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 223-226.
  10. Corzo M., A., (ed.) Mortality Immortality? The Legacy of 20-th – Century Art, Los Angeles 1998
  11. Hummelen Y., D. Sille, (ed.) Modern Art, Who Cares?, London 2004.
    Lemme F., Restoring Works of Conceptual Art [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 63-66.
  12. Mensi L., Working with Living Artists [in:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 247-252.
  13. Sterpi M., Restoration of Contemporary Art and the Law: Roles, Limits and Consequences [w:] What’s changing. Theories and practices in the restoration of contemporary art, ed. M. Mundici, A. Rava, Torino 2013, pp. 167-174.
  14. Szmelter I., Innovative Approach to the Complex Care of Contemporary Art, series Knowledge Tree, monograph in English language, International Network of Conservation of Contemporary Art – Central Eastern Europe (INCCA-CEE), Archetype Publications, London 2012.
  15. Theory and Practice in the Conservation of Modern Art: Reflections on the Roots and the Perspectives, ARCHETYPE, London 2010.
  16. Tomaszewski A., Cesare Brandi i oddziaływanie „włoskiej szkoły konserwacji’[in:] Sztuka konserwacji i restauracji, Warszawa 2007, pp. 40-53.
Opis przedmiotowych efektów uczenia się w zakresie:
UmiejętnościWiedzaKompetencje

The graduate knows and understands:

KW_08 rules for the safe display, storage and transport of works of art and monuments and the rules of preventive conservation.

KW_09 history of the evolution of views on the protection of works of art and monuments, contemporary principles of ethics of conservation and restoration.

KW_10 binding legal, social and financial conditions for the protection of monuments in Poland and intellectual property rights.

The graduate is ready to:

KK_03 expressing verbal and written statements on topics related to art, public speeches, discussions, preparation of presentations on the protection and conservation of works of art.

KK_04 constructive response to manifestations of incompetence, neglect and destruction of cultural heritage, while being aware of the role and importance of monuments in the collective memory of nations, religious and ethnic groups and other communities.

Opis wymagań dotyczących pracowni, warsztatu lub pomocy dydaktycznych (en)-brak-
Informacja: tygodniowa liczba godzin ćwiczeń lub wykładów, liczba punktów ECTS przynależna przedmiotowi oraz informacje o formie i zaliczeniu przedmiotu zawarte są w programie studiów.


(en)Lista studiów

(en)studia status (en)Czas<br>[h] ECTS (en)forma pass
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / s.8 (en)o 2 5 lecture 2h
exercise 2h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja tkanin zabytkowych s.8 (en)o 2 5 exercise 2h
lecture 2h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja malarstwa i rzeźby polichromowanej s.8 (en)o 4 5 lecture 4h
exercise 4h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja książki, grafiki i skóry zabytkowej s.8 (en)o 4 5 lecture 4h
exercise 4h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja tkanin zabytkowych s.6 (en)o 2 5 lecture 2h
exercise 2h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / s.6 (en)o 2 5 lecture 2h
exercise 2h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja książki, grafiki i skóry zabytkowej s.6 (en)o 4 5 lecture 4h
exercise 4h
lecture exercise [exam]
Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art / konserwacja i restauracja malarstwa i rzeźby polichromowanej s.6 (en)o 2 5 lecture 2h
lecture [pass with grade]


(en)Semestr 2019/20-SS (en)(Z-zimowy,L-letni)
(en)Kod kursu: #38.12221