The task of restorers is to record and preserve the material inventory of the objects of historical or artistic importance entrusted to them. In doing so, they work closely with art historians, preservationists, natural scientists and scientists from other disciplines. Through their work, restorers assume a high level of responsibility for the preservation and further transmission of the art and cultural-historical heritage. They are always dealing with irreplaceable originals that they "lend a hand" to. An improper intervention can lead to the falsification of the original or the cause of incipient destruction.
The bachelor's degree is divided into four module groups. In the module group "Restoration / Conservation in Theory and Practice" , subject-specific content and the respective specialist practice are taught. The module group "Methods and Materials in Restoration / Conservation" imparts the basic knowledge and forms the specialist restoration core of the course. In the "subject-related sciences" , the necessary knowledge of art and cultural history as well as the basics of natural science are taught. The "Professional Basics" eventsimpart skills that aim to prove themselves in practice. This includes documentation techniques, technical English, photography, exhibition technology and scientific work.
After completing the bachelor's degree, restorers are responsible for the "basic restoration care" according to the most modern guidelines. Typical employers are restoration companies, museums and / or museum offices, libraries, archives, monument preservation offices, palace administrations, auction houses and others
Fields of activity are, each broken down according to the basic specializations in the fields of study,
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