Today ended three of the BHFS courses on Reflectance Transformation
Imaging and Photogrammetry led by Canadian visiting professors Dr. George Bevan, Queens University and Alexander Gabov, Conservation of Sculptures, Monuments and Objects.
students from all over the World learnt how to use these advanced techniques for
documentation of cultural heritage while documenting stone inscriptions from
the Roman period at the National Archaeological Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria and
the architecture and frescoes of the
churches of St. Nikola in Kalotina (14th century) and St. Petka in
Balsha (16th-17th century), Bulgaria.
Thank to the
scholarships provided by the Balkan Heritage Foundation 5 Bulgarian student
took part in the workshops.