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On 27th of October 2016 the restored Aristavele manor-house of the XVIII century and the Wooden Built Heritage Conservation, Research and Training Center therein was opened for society, community of culture, wooden heritage specialists. It also marks the end of the project activities. More than 125 persons attended this event. Read more...
Over 1000 of museum visitors observed, experienced and participated in numerous activities. For most of the visitors this was an introduction to carpentry. Visitors had an opportunity to observe carpentry work building a granary model (1:10) of Dzukija ethnografical region and key carpentry tools. Read more...
Over thirty attendees, to include cultural heritage experts, students, owners, architects, museum staff, craftsmen, received couple of theoretical lectures. However, main focus of the training was the assessment of in situ state of wooden heritage objects and key aspects of preparing maintenance and care plans. Read more...
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, the Central Project Management Agency and Open AirMuseum of Lithuania based on the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism of cultural and natural heritage coservation and revitalization program, have signed agreement of the project „Development ofwooden built heritage conservation, research and training center in the former Aristavele manor house“ Nr. EEE - LT06 – KM – 01 – K – 01 – 100. More information about the European Economic Area FinancialMechnism you can find on the website http://eeagrants.org/. Read more...
An event to publicize the project “Development of wooden built heritage conservation, research and training center in the former Aristavele manor house” (EEE - LT06 – KM – 01 – K – 01 – 100) was held on September 27, 1015. Attendees had an opportunity to learn more about the project in the information stand and during a walk through Aristavele manor house, which will soon be under construction and renovation. Read more...
A training course designed for the staff of the Open Air Museum of Lithuania took place on 25 th February – 6th March, 2015, Norway. The purpose of the training was to prepare the staff for the project „Development of wooden built heritage conservation, research and training center in the former Aristavele manor house“ (EEE - LT06 – KM – 01 – K – 01 – 100). Read more...