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"Other" project PR04019
PR04019 "Bernt Notke: The Research and Conservation of the Retable of the Church of the Holy Spirit" (1.01.2019−31.12.2024); Principal Investigator: Hilkka Hiiop; Estonian Academy of Arts; Financier: Urban Planning Department of Tallinn CIty; Financing: 4 233 EUR.
Bernt Notke Püha Vaimu kiriku altariretaabli uuringud
Bernt Notke: The Research and Conservation of the Retable of the Church of the Holy Spirit
R&D project
Estonian Academy of Arts / Tallinn City Government
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
2. Culture and Society2.5. Aesthetics and Arts ResearchH314 Preservation and restoration of art works 6.4 Arts (arts, history of arts, performing arts, music)100,0
Estonian Academy of Artscoordinaator01.01.2019−31.12.2024
Urban Planning Department of Tallinn CIty
01.01.2019−31.12.20194 233,00 EUR
4 233,00 EUR

The main objective of the project is to conduct the research of Bernt Notke’s retable of the Church of the Holy Spirit, one of Estonia’s most prominent works of art, thereby broadening the knowledge of the context, use of materials, techniques and subsequent alterations made during the process of its creation. The general state and the damage will be documented and they will form the basis for conserving the retable. The innovative presentation of the collected information will contribute to a wider acknowledgement of this work of art in Estonia and abroad. Activities: *The research of creative practices and techniques and use of materials in the Baltic area in the late medieval era with the joint efforts of various (research) institutions in the name of a common goal – the appreciation of cultural heritage; *The presentation of Bernt Notke’s retable in the local as well as in the international context through scientific practices, web developments and popularization; *Integration of conservation and research practices into the curriculum of the Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation of the Estonian Academy of Arts (organization of international workshops; involvement of students in the process of documentation, research and popularization); *Audience programmes for the wider general public. *The development of a web-based database to collect and present the outcomes of research and conservation.
Maksu- ja Tolliametpartner
Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Matemaatika-loodusteaduskond, Keemiainstituut, Analüütilise keemia õppetoolpartner
Tartu Ülikool, Loodus- ja tehnoloogiateaduskond, Tartu Ülikooli Ökoloogia- ja Maateaduste Instituut, Geograafia osakondpartner
Tallinna Ülikoolpartner
Archaeovision OÜpartner
EELK Tallinna Püha Vaimu Koguduspartner
Eesti Evangeelne Luterlik Kirik (EELK)partner
Eesti Keskkonnauuringute Keskuspartner
Heritagest OÜpartner
SA EVM Konserveerimis- ja digiteerimiskeskus Kanutpartner
Tallinna Linnaplaneerimise Ameti muinsuskaitse osakondpartner
Vatson OÜpartner