The Graduate Program in Restoration was established in 1964 as the first cultural heritage conservation program in Turkey. The program has trained more than 150 experts and contributed to conservation science and practice, with a focus on raising public awareness with regard to the cultural heritage. In 1988, the Graduate Program was awarded as a "Center of Excellence" by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). The program, which has recently been retitled as the Graduate Program in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, retains its leading position.
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Heritage Impact Assessment Workshop, 5 July 2022
Registration link: https://ucl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gBlqo3brSlubhnuMXjkh3w Workshop Program 10.00 Introductions to speakers and to the project (Dr. Yasemin Aktas, UCL) 10.05 Peter Cox (...
Adaptive Reuse Perspectives and Strategies for Sustainable Architectural Transformations Symposium / Yeniden Islevlendirme Sürdürülebilir Mimari Dönüşüm için Perspektifler ve Stratejiler Sempozyumu
You are cordially invited to ADAPTIVE REUSE: PERSPECTIVES AND STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS SYMPOSIUM and the opening of OLD BUILDINGS, NEW USES EXHIBITION. This one...
18 May International Museum Day Events
In the scope of International Museum Day, the METU Archeology Museum is organizing a series of events titled 'Museum-Archaeology-Art' We invite you to celebrate International Museum Day...
Design in Architectural Conservation / Tarsus Ali Gök House and Tece House
In the scope of "CONS 506 Design in Architectural Conservation" and "CONS509 Workshop in Conservation" studios in the 2021-2022 Fall Semester the final presentations of Tarsus Ali Gök House...