A- General Description. Programme Master s Degree in Conservation and Restoration. Qualification Awarded MSc, second cycle degree (120 ECTS credits)

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1 A- General Description Programme Master s Degree in Conservation and Restoration Qualification Awarded MSc, second cycle degree (120 ECTS credits) Admission Requirements Bachelor s degree (Licenciatura) in Conservation and Restoration Educational and Professional Goals: Develop and improve skills acquired at first-cycle degree level. Apply acquired knowledge in new unfamiliar situations and in multidisciplinary contexts. Be able to incorporate new knowledge, deal with complex issues, devise solutions or make judgements in situations of restricted or incomplete information, including insights on the implications and ethical and social responsibility of those solutions or judgements. Be able to communicate conclusions as well as underlying knowledge and reasoning to specialists or non-specialists in a clear inequivocal manner. Incorporate, through internship or dissertation 1, the values of the area/subject field and develop academic training by applying the theoretical skills acquired. Develop oral and written communication skills by preparing a Training Report or Dissertation and presenting it orally before a jury. Be able to present conference papers or publish scientific articles in renowned scientific journals, both at national and international level. Acquire skills that enable the students to engage in lifelong learning in an autonomous self-oriented manner. Expand knowledge in their area of expertise using a multidisciplinary approach. Develop competences that allow them to use creative, critical, autonomous and interdisciplinary skills to design, plan and integrate conservation and restoration products and processes according to international project regulations and relevant state-of-the-art. Acquire knowledge and skills needed to proceed to doctoral studies. Access to further studies this Master's degree allows access to doctoral programmes in conservation and restoration related areas upon application and admission by the relevant universities. Table including course structure and credits:

2 Course Title Year of Study Semester Number of credits Portuguese Art History I Portuguese History I Advanced Methods of Examination and Analysis Elective Any course of IPT degrees Archives and Diplomatics (option) Artwork and its Context (option) Applied Conservation and Restoration 1 Annual 12 Portuguese Culture (option) Aesthetics (option) Portuguese Art History II Portuguese History II Elective Any course of IPT degrees Training/Dissertation 2 Annual 60 Profile: Integrated Heritage Architectural Heritage Integrated Heritage Change and Alterability Profile: Mobile Heritage Collection Management Collection Preservation Art expertise Final exam, if any public discussion of Training Report or Dissertation before a competent jury. Final and continuous assessment regulations Training will be monitored by a supervisor who will be part of the report jury. Competences demonstrated during training and respective report or dissertation will be evaluated by the whole jury and awarded a grade within a 0-20 scale. Minimum passing grade is 10 (ten). ECTS Departmental Coordinator - João Luís Farinha Antunes

3 B - Description of individual course units Course title Portuguese Art History I Course code / Type of course Semester Level of Course I Year of study First Semester/trimester First Name of lecturer Teresa Cunha Matos Understand the artwork as an artistic, aesthetic and historical object. Understand the context underlying artistic movements. Identify and characterize movements and their major representatives. Course contents 1 The Romanic style in Portugal 2 The Portuguese Gothic 3 The Renaissance in Portugal 4 The Mannerism in Portugal Recommended reading CORREIA, José Eduardo Horta, Arquitectura Portuguesa Renascimento. Maneirismo. Estilo Chão, Ed. Presença, Lisboa, DIAS, Pedro, A arquitectura manuelina, Livraria Civilização Editores, Barcelos, KUBLER, George, A arquitectura portuguesa chã, entre as especiarias e os diamantes, , Ed. Veja, Lisboa, s/d.pereira, Paulo (dir.), História da Arte Portuguesa, Vols. II e III, Ed. Círculo de Leitores, Lisboa, 1995 e Teaching methods Lectures. Assessment methods Final exam Language of instruction Portuguese Theoretical-practical sessions supported by datashow.

4 B - Description of individual course units Course title Portuguese History I Course code / Type of course Semester Level of Course I Year of study First Semester/trimester First Name of lecturer João da Cunha Matos Provide the students with an introduction to the characteristics of Portuguese medieval society and economy using source documents as possible. Course contents 1 The population. 2 The distribution of land. 3 The medieval Portuguese Nobility. 4 The Clergy. 5 The People. 6 The minorities. 7 The agriculture. 8 The handicrafts. 9 The Commerce Recommended reading História de Portugal, dir. José MATTOSO, vol. 2, A Monarquia Feudal ( ), Ed. Estampa. Nova História de Portugal, dir. Joel SERRÃO e A.H. de Oliveira MARQUES, vol. III, Portugal em Definição de Fronteiras, do Condado Portucalense à Crise do Século XIV, Lisboa, Ed. Presença, SERRÃO, Joaquim Veríssimo, História de Portugal, vol. I, Estado, Pátria e Nação ( ), Lisboa, Editorial Verbo,1977. Teaching methods Lectures and theoretical and practical lessons based on reading, analysis and comment of texts and documents of the time. Assessment methods Final exam Language of instruction Portuguese

5 B - Description of individual course units Course title Advanced Methods of Examination and Analysis Course code / Type of course One-semester course Year of study First Semester/trimester First Name of lecturer António João Cruz Develop competences that allow students to select the most appropriate analytical strategy for the resolution of a material problem and to interpret the results obtained. Prerequisites Knowledge of chemistry, materials and major methods of examination and analysis. Course contents The analytical chemistry and the study of the cultural heritage: literature, possibilities; concepts and vocabulary. Analysis of such materials as metals, glasses, ceramics, paintings and organic materials. Radiocarbon, dendrochronology and termoluminescence dating. Recommended reading S. J. Fleming, Authenticity in Art. The scientific detection of forgery, The Institute of Physics, 1975 J. B. Lambert, Traces of the Past. Unraveling the secrets of archaeology through chemistry, Perseus Books, 1998 A. Kirsh, R. S. Levenson, Seeing Through Paintings. Physical Examination in art historical studies, Yale University Press, 2000 Teaching methods Theoretical classes providing course content and theoreticalpractical classes where published studies are presented and discussed by the students. Assessment methods Presentation and discussion of a paper and theoretical tests. Language of instruction Portuguese

6 B - Description of individual course units Course title Archives and Diplomatics (option) Course code Type of course One-semester course Year of study First Semester/trimester First Name of lecturer João da Cunha Matos Improve and develop the knowledge acquired in Palaeography (elective course). Course contents 1 Local and agents of writing. 2 The document structure. 3 The validation of documents. 4 Documents that are undated, badly dated or with topical and chronological date. 5 Critical dates. Terms "a quo" and "ad quem." Recommended reading CARCEL ORTÍ, Maria Milagros (ed.) Vocabulaire International de la Diplomatique, Valencià, Conselleria de Cultura, Universitat de Valencià, COELHO, Maria Helena da Cruz A Diplomática em Portugal, Balanço e Estado Actual, Coimbra, ed. do autor, DIAS, João José Alves, MARQUES, A. H. de Oliveira e RODRIGUES, Teresa F. Álbum de Paleografia, Lisboa, Editorial Estampa, GUYOTJEANNIN, Olivier Conseils pour l'édition des Textes Médiévaux. Fascicule I : Conseils Généraux; Fascicule II: Actes et documents d'archives, Paris, ed. du CTHS, École des Chartes, 2001 MARQUES, A. H. de Oliveira Diplomática, Dicionário de História de Portugal, dir. Joel SERRÃO, nova ed., vol. II, Porto, Figueirinhas Editores, 1992, pp Teaching methods Mostly practical sessions based on reading, analysis and text comment. Assessment methods Final exam Language of instruction Portuguese

7 Course Title Artwork and its Context (option) Course Code Type of Course One-Semester course Year of Study First Semester/Trimester First Name of Lecturer Fernando Salvador The main goal of this course is to provide students with skills that allow them to understand that design, production and use of a concrete artwork is the result of two realities: Mental Framing: historic, social, cultural, artistic, philosophical, religious, economical, political, etc. and Physical Framing: artwork is created to be exhibited/used in a preestablished manner by its creator the creator may know in advance where a particular artwork is to be placed and how it s going to be used. These realities shape the creation of an artwork. Course contents Study of the two abovementioned realities and its impact on artworks relating the different art and decorative art sectors: Architecture (civil, religious, military, administrative, judicial, pedagogic, entertaining, sports, etc); Sculpture (profane and religious); Painting (profane and religious); Furniture (civil and religious); Jewellery (civil and religious); Metals (civil and religious); Porcelain, earthenware and tiling; Glass; Textiles and tapestry; others. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Lectures including case study analysis. Practical assignments. Assessment Methods Final assignment exploring an artwork of the students'choice. Language of Instruction Portuguese

8 Course Title Applied Conservation and Restoration Course Code / Type of Course Annual Year of Study First Semester/Trimester Annual Number of credits 12 Name of Lecturer João Freitas Coroado Know how the conservation and restoration laboratory functions and be able to use existing material and technological resources meeting applicable health and safety regulations for this kind of laboratories. Be able to carry out, in an autonomous manner, diagnoses and evaluations of the conservation status of an artwork and propose remedial solutions. Course contents Evolution of the processes and techniques for the production and execution of cultural assets. Study, documentation and record of objects under treatment. Identification of the causes for materials alterability and change, analysis of the conservation status, treatment and intervention proposals. Material, technical and technological resources (materials, products, tools and equipment) needed for conservation and restoration interventions. Develop intervention methodologies for every conservation-restoration specialties offered by the Department complying with scientific and ethical principles. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Teaching methodology includes theoretical/practical sessions and complementary laboratory practice. Assessment Methods Classwork carried out during laboratory sessions and respective reports. Individual project. Written exam. Language of Instruction Portuguese

9 Course Title Portuguese Culture (option) Course Code Type of Course One-Semester course Year of Study Second Semester/Trimester Second Name of Lecturer Maria Madalena Giraldes Barba Pessôa Jorge Oudinot Larcher Understand the milestones for Portuguese culture between the 15 th century and late 18 th century. Understand the impact of discoveries and overseas expansion in Portuguese literature. Become familiar with some of the most representative literary works. Be able to interpret illustrative texts integrating them in the major evolutionary lines of national and European culture. Course contents Portuguese Culture from the 15 th to the 19 th century. The 15 th century: Humanism, Renaissance and the navigations general overview; the significance of the Crónica dos Feitos da Guiné by Gomes Eanes de Zurara. The 16 th century: texts about the Eastern world, Africa and Brazil. The 17 th century: Priest António Vieira (sermons, letters and reports). The 18 th century: the impact of enlightenment in the context of the Portuguese culture and the empire. Recommended Reading CIDADE, Hernâni, A Literatura Portuguesa e a Expansão Ultramarina, v.i, século XV e XVI, Lisboa, Idem, Portugal Histórico-Cultural Através de seus Maiores Escritores. Fernão Lopes, Camões e Mendes Pinto, Pe. António Vieira, Antero de Quental, Teixeira de Pascoais e Fernando Pessoa, Salvador, Teaching Methods Lectures providing description of course contents. Theoreticalpractical classes including reading and interpretation of texts selected according to the students assignments. Assessment Methods Written assignment presented orally (50%) and mid-term test comprising all subject matters taught (50%) or final exam. Language of Instruction Portuguese

10 Course Title Aesthetics (option) Course Code Type of Course One-Semester course Year of Study First Semester/Trimester Second Name of Lecturer To be defined The concept of Beauty and Art. The evolutionary benchmarks for the concept between the Antiquity and the Contemporary Age. Course contents Aesthetics in Antiquity. From Pre-Platonic Aesthetics to Neo- Platonism. The Medieval Aesthetics. Aesthetic-artistic features of Middle Age art movements. Aesthetic thinking in the Renaissance, Mannerism and Baroque and its evolution. Aesthetic values in early Contemporary Age. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Lectures. Theoretical-practical sessions including datashow. Assessment Methods Written test. Language of Instruction Portuguese

11 Course Title Portuguese Art History II Course Code / Type of Course One-Semester course Level of Course II Year of Study First Semester/Trimester Second Name of Lecturer Teresa Desterro Understand the artistic principles of the Baroque and Rococo in their emerging contexts. Understand the dynamics of baroque shapes, colourful intense paintings and monumental sculpture and its impact on the renovation of indoor spaces. Identify artistic production of this period in its most varied dimensions. Course contents The Portuguese Baroque. The Rococo period. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Lectures. Theoretical-practical sessions including image displays. Assessment Methods Written test. Language of Instruction Portuguese

12 Course Title Portuguese History II Course Code / Type of Course One-Semester course Level of Course II Year of Study First Semester/Trimester Second Name of Lecturer Madalena Larcher Nunes An in-depth study of the major events of Portuguese History. Understand the major institutional, political, economical and cultural lines and be able to integrate them in the European and world context. Identify the material evidence of history in art and cultural heritage. Apply acquired knowledge to conservation and restoration interventions. Course contents The Restoration ( ). Portugal in the Absolutist Era ( ). Proto-Constitutional Portugal ( ). The Constitutional Monarchy ( ). The Democratic Republic ( ). The New State ( ). The Advent of the Third Republic (post 1974). Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Lectures consisting of oral presentation of course content supported by datashow and theoretical-practical sessions oriented towards the critical interpretation of documents and analysis of contemporary heritage elements. Assessment Methods Written test. Language of Instruction Portuguese

13 Course Title Training Course Code / Type of Course Annual Year of Study Second Semester/Trimester Annual Number of credits 60 Name of Lecturer Several Execute projects, programmes and plans for intended interventions. Carry out records and graphic and photographic documentation. Diagnose pathologies according to the analysis of the conservation status, identify previous interventions and make integrated treatment proposals. Decide what exams and analyses to carry out according to the needs of each artifact, the type of intervention selected and research needs and interpret results. Carry out the treatments proposed according to its programming and planning and respect ethical principles and the code of good practices for the profession. Make systematic records of the intervention in course. Consolidate functional organization habits during and after interventions. Carry out technical reports according to the code of good practices for the profession. Course contents Produce a monograph on a specific conservation and restoration topic. Recommended Reading To be defined on a case-to-case basis. Teaching Methods Individual and supervised work. Assessment Methods Assessment of individual knowledge, abilites and performance will be done through: - Evaluation of individual autonomous work; - Evaluation of the individual monograph; - Evaluation of the public presentation and discussion of monograph Language of Instruction Portuguese

14 Course Title Dissertation Course Code / Type of Course Annual Year of Study Second Semester/Trimester Annual Number of credits 60 Name of Lecturer Several Execute projects, programmes and plans for intended interventions. Carry out records and graphic and photographic documentation. Diagnose pathologies according to the analysis of the conservation status, identify previous interventions and make integrated treatment proposals. Decide what exams and analyses to carry out according to the needs of each artifact, the type of intervention selected and research needs and interpret results. Carry out the treatments proposed according to its programming and planning and respect ethical principles and the code of good practices for the profession. Make systematic records of the intervention in course. Consolidate functional organization habits during and after interventions. Carry out technical reports according to ethical duties. Course contents Produce a monograph on a specific conservation and restoration topic. Recommended Reading To be defined on a case-to-case basis. Teaching Methods Individual supervised work. Assessment Methods Assessment of individual knowledge, abilites and performance will be done through: - Evaluation of individual autonomous work; - Evaluation of the individual monograph; - Evaluation of the public presentation and discussion of monograph Language of Instruction Portuguese

15 Course Title Architectural Heritage Course Code Type of Course One-Semester course Year of Study First Semester/Trimester First Name of Lecturer Fernando Salvador Systematization of the fundamental concepts of operation, interpretation and intervention in built heritage. Research on and critical interpretation of historic buildings. Monuments, artworks, memory and their cultural context. Legal and institutional framework for Built Heritage. Course contents Fundamentals of built heritage. Mobile and fixed assets, material and immaterial assets. Evolution of built heritage concepts. Terminology used in the analysis, study and intervention of preexistences. Criteria and methodologies for the conservation of built heritage. Typologies of intervention in built heritage. Intervention models. Built and architectural heritage: subject approaches. Architectural heritage as a document. Rehabilitation of built heritage. Traditional building and techniques. Techniques for the record, interpretation, survey, analysis and diagnosis of constructions. Conservation and restoration of built heritage. Safeguard and enhancement of built heritage. Conservation and restoration of twentieth-century buildings. Case studies and critical analysis. Survey project, diagnosis for the conservation and restoration of a building or set of buildings. Intervention project. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Lectures and tutorials. Assessment Methods Written assignments and written tests. Language of Instruction Portuguese

16 Course Title Integrated Heritage Course Code Type of Course One-Semester course Year of Study First Semester/Trimester Second Name of Lecturer Fernando Salvador Recognise the different artistic manifestations and their interrelationships with the buildings history. Recognise situations involving inappropriate heritage interventions. Be able to identify and act in on-site preservation interventions particularly in what concerns the implementation of environmental control methodologies. Produce reports on the different integrated artistic manifestations including materials, execution techniques, state of conservation and remedial solutions. Course contents The different art manifestations: engraved artworks integrated in architectural elements; painting and sculpture integrated in architectural elements; tiling; wall painting; decorative architectural elements (ceramic and metallic). Integrated heritage and its interrelationship with its own architectural space. History and artistic evolution. Production processes and techniques. Deterioration and alteration of materials, diagnosis, exam and record. Combination with other mobile cultural assets. Climate control of architectural spaces. Recommended Reading To be defined Teaching Methods Theoretical modules taught in face-to-face sessions. Assessment Methods Works proposed in theoretical-practical sessions and written exam. Language of Instruction Portuguese

17 B - Description of individual course units Course title Alteration and Alterability Course code Type of course Semester Level of Course NA Year of study First Semester/trimester Second Name of lecturer João P. P. de Freitas Coroado and Dina M. R. Mateus Understand the mechanism underlying alteration and alterability: factors and conditions in customary cultural heritage materials. The students are trained in the use of relevant molecular biology techniques for the identification of alteration of biological agents. Prerequisites Basic knowledge of microbiology and chemistry Course contents Alteration and Alterability; Influent mechanisms and weathering promoters; Biodeterioration; DNA structure and replication. Microbiologic analysis. Laboratory sessions where students practise with molecular biology techniques. Recommended reading Aires-Barros, L. (1991). Alteração e Alterabilidade das rochas. Instituto Nacional de investigação Científica, Centro de Petrologia e Geoquímica da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa. Biotechnology Genetic Fundamentals and Genetic Engineering, vol 2, H.-J. Rehm, G. Reed, A. Pühler and P. Stadler (Eds) (1993), VCH Publishers INC. Teaching methods Theoretical classes consisting of an introduction to course foundations and practical laboratory sessions. Assessment methods Weighted average of the information on laboratory performance, written reports of the conducted experiments, and final exam. Language of instruction Portuguese

18 B - Description of individual course units Course title Collection Management Course code Type of course One-semester course Year of study First Semester/trimester First Name of lecturer Carla Rêgo The course will enable students to acquire theoretical and practical skills concerning the management of collections in museums or in an ecclesiastic context. Students will also be able to design and execute projects involving investigation, preservation and promotion of these collections. Preparing conservators for the labour market is the main goal of this subject, since they can play an important role in Museums, Art Galleries, Pastoral Councils, City Halls and other institutions engaged in the preservation of cultural heritage. Course contents 1. Collections 2. Museum management 3. Museum policies (collections policies related with acquisition and lending, conservation, documentation, education, exhibitions, investigation, communication, security, working teams...) Recommended reading FERNÁNDÉZ, Luís Alonso, Museologia y Museografía, Ediciones del serbal, Barcelona, LORD, Barry, LORD, Gail Dexter, Manual de Gestión de Museos, editorial Ariel, S. A., Barcelona, 1998 Teaching methods Theoretical and practical sessions; tutorials. Assessment methods Final grade: written work + public presentation; tutorials Language of instruction Portuguese

19 B - Description of individual course units Course title Collection Preservation Course code Type of course One-semester course Level of Course NA Year of study First Semester/trimester Second Name of lecturer Fernando dos Santos Antunes Objectives of the course Acquire knowledge of key technical-scientific terms and operating (preferably expressed in terms methodologies for conservation and restoration, including collection of learning outcomes preservation. Acquire knowledge of integrated risk management. competences) Learn good practices for monitoring and control. Learn health and safety principles related with collections, facilities and people. Develop the ability to antecipate risks related with collections, facilities and people. Apply concepts and standards for the preservation of cultural property in museum contexts both public (religious, welfare, cultural, scientific, and others) and private. Course contents Introduction to the preservation of collections Integrated Risk Management Recommended reading ASHLEY-SMITH, Jonathan (1999) - Risk assessment for object conservation. London: Butterworth-Heinemann, WALLER, R. Robert - Cultural Property Risk Analysis Model. Goteborg Studies in Conservation 13. Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, Teaching methods Lectures, Theoretical-practical sessions, Tutorials Assessment methods Written Test (50%); Written Work and Oral Presentation (50%), Language of instruction Portuguese

20 Course Title Art Expertise Course Code Type of Course Level of Course Year of Study Semester/Trimester One-Semester course NA First Second Name of Lecturer Prerequisites Course contents Recommended Reading Teaching Methods Assessment Methods Language of Instruction Miguel Cabral Moncada This course is an introduction to the theoretical problematics of art expertise. Theoretical concepts are provided with a special focus to problematic issues of each subject matter. Auxiliary disciplines for art expertise are also addressed: Art History, Historic Sciences and Non-Historic Sciences. Finally, concepts learned are put into practice to solve concrete problems. NA Introduction: Artwork expertise. Auxiliary sciences and its experts. Heuristics. Bibliography. To be defined Oral presentation of course content including analysis of case studies so that students understand the significance of this subject matter to the resolution of day-to-day problems of an artwork expert. Practice includes expertise of real artworks from different art fields. Two mid-term written tests and a final exam. Portuguese

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