Osijek, Archaeological Museum of Osijek, February – April 2008
Rijeka, Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral, April – June 2008
Split, Ethnographic Museum, July – December 2008
Prior to being permanently placed in its own museum, the ancient bronze statue of the Croatian Apoxyomenos was shown in three towns: Osijek, Rijeka and Split, to draw the publics’ attention to this valuable and unique archaeological find.
Dubrovnik, Institute for the Restoration of Dubrovnik, February 2008
An exhibition in Dubrovnik was organized to mark the completion of the first phase of conservation-restoration of the Church of St. Blaise. The work was aimed at preventing further degradation along with an intricate rehabilitation of the church.
Ludbreg, the Batthyány Castle, May - June 2008
Ludbreg Conservation Centre presented its activity from 2005-2007 with a poster exhibition. It was focused on conservation-restoration work on the immovable heritage of continental Croatia, that were carried out by restorers of the Ludbreg Conservation Centre in cooperation with other Croatian Conservation Institute departments (Workshop for Paper and Leather, Department for Textiles and Department for Wooden Polychrome Sculpture) in the Ludbreg Conservation Centre workshops, which is situated at a former castle and provides the spatial facilities needed for complex conservation tasks.
Zagreb, Museum of Arts and Crafts, January - February 2007
An exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Crafts presented the six-year conservation-restoration on Titian's St. Mary Magdalene, St. Blaise, the Archangel Raphael with Tobias and the Donor from the altar of St. Mary Magdalene in St. Dominic's Church in Dubrovnik.