EDUCATION: Balkan Heritage Field School. Summer 2018 Programme

EDUCATION: Balkan Heritage Field School. Summer 2018 Programme

Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS) is a program of the Balkan Heritage Foundation (BHF) intended for education in the field of archaeology and historic preservation and is targeted for students and specialists.
The BHFS overall goal has been the development and enhancement of accessible practice-based education in the fields of archaeology and heritage conservation with an emphasis on Balkan cultural heritage.
Each BHFS project combines 3 basic educational modules: theoretical (lectures, presentations and field training), practical (participation in excavations, lab work, conservation workshops, field trips) and excursions to attractive archaeological and cultural sites & behind-the-scene visits.
For the Summer 2018, applications are open for the following field schools:
Workshop on Vernacular Balkan Architecture: Rhodope Mountains
– ​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches​​​

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