The International Institute for Baroque Studies, University of Malta will be hosting the 7th COST-Action TD 1201: Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH) joint working group meeting on 18 and 19 April 2016.
The theme of the workshop is: “Evaluation of questions arising from COSCH case studies and WG tasks.”
COST-Action TD 1201: Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH) was set up with the scope of promoting research, development and application of optical measurement techniques – adapted to the needs of heritage documentation – based on an interdisciplinary cooperation, on a concerted European level and to offer a novel and reliable, independent and global knowledge base facilitating the use of today's and future optical measuring techniques to support the documentation of European heritage.
This COST Action is led by i3mainz, Hochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences, Mainz, Germany.
Perit Hermann Bonnici from the International Institute for Baroque Studies, University of Malta and participant in this project is coordinating the meeting.
The workshop will discuss the outcome of six case studies launched at the end of 2014 involving the recording of six cultural heritage objects: - Roman coins; - Germolles’ wall paintings; - Ancient Greek Kantharos; - White Bastion fortress; - Romanian cultural heritage; - Bremer “cog”, using modern optical techniques.
More information can be obtained from the Action’s website.
Individuals interested to attend the workshops are requested to contact Mr Andre Debattista by not later than Thursday 14 April, 2016