Završje, Cultural Centre, Apr 30th – Sep 20th, 2017
The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the Municipality of Grožnjan, bringing forth the results of many years of archaeological research at the stratified site of Sveti Križ, off the village of Čirkoti, near Završje in Istria, which the Croatian Conservation Institute has conducted since 2011.
Silent Witnesses of Faith, Heritage and Luxury. Church of St. Nicholas the Bishop in Žumberak – conservation and restoration work
Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, Mar 21st – Apr 30th, 2017
The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb and Croatian Conservation Institute organized the exhibition Silent Witnesses of Faith, Heritage and Luxury. The exhibition resulted from the conservation research the Institute has conducted for years in the church of St. Nicholas the Bishop and the surrounding cemetery in Žumberak.
Rijeka, Korzo, Dec 22nd, 2016 – Jan 12th, 2017
Croatian Conservation Institute offered greetings for the upcoming holidays to the citizens of Rijeka and their visitors by staging an exhibition at the Korzo. Also to mark the Open Door Days, the exhibition – a conservators’ Christmas greeting – at the Korzo in Rijeka will run from December 22nd, 2016 to January 12th, 2017. On view will be some twenty posters showing artworks that have been restored at the Rijeka Department of the Croatian Conservation Institute.
Ludbreg, Batthyány Mansion, Sep 30th, 2016
Croatian Conservation Institute presented some of its activities at the Ludbreg Conservation Centre, as part of the European Heritage Days, by organizing an exhibition and lecture about the conservation of the pulpit from the parish church of the Most Holy Trinity in Ludbreg.