About the Journal
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis (AAAV) is a peer-reviewed quarterly published since 1993 and intended for the study of art history and visual culture with an emphasis on the arts and their contexts. AAAV aims to promote scholarly research into European culture, to develop a shared perspective in art history, and encourage encounters, dialogues, and collaboration based on mutual awareness and the search for new approaches.
The articles were reviewed by two experts.
The Conservation Department of the Vilnius Art Academy organized the international conference “Art and Architecture Conservation Training in Europe: Relevant Experiences and Mastering Conservation Methods” on April 22–23, 2021. The
participants of the conference – students and their academic supervisors from nine different European universities – presented art critical and technological research and case studies about already finished or just recently started to be processed conservation objects. The obvious success of the conference and the lasting value of the presentations and shared experiences led us to the decision to publish part of the presented research in this publication.
Editors of this issue: Dalia Klajumienė, Indrė Užuotaitė
Editor Jūratė Šamelienė
Editor, Proofreader Kerry Kubilius
Translator Aušra Simanavičiūtė
Designer Jurgis Griškevičius
Release date: 2023
Format: 170 x 240
Print run: 200
eISSN 2783-6843 | ISSN 1392-0316
The publication is sponsored by the National Development Programme of Lithuanistics (2016–2024) at the Research Council of Lithuania, agreement No. S-LIP-22-23