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Knowledge: 1) Understand and promote Orthodox Ecclesiastical culture. 2) Demonstrate good laboratory behaviour and practice. 3) Be sensitive towards issues of the moral and ethical code concerning the preservation an ecclesiastical cultural inheritance. 4) Know the characteristics, the properties, and the behaviours of different preservation materials. 5) Organise and apply preservation procedures and practices, such as those regarding management, recognition, research, assessment, diagnosis, documentation, recording, restoration, and preservation. 6) Recognise and discern the specific characteristics of relics and materials, as well as the methods and procedures concerning the preservation thereof. 7) Know IT systems and item digitization systems. Skills1) Treat relics and cultural items of the Church Tradition with a scientific and theological manner. 2) Handle traditional manufacture materials. 3) Record in a scientific manner the relics and monuments. 4) Operate laboratory instruments used for detecting materials, such as spectrometers, microscopes, X-ray machines. 5) Draft studies for the management of museums. 6) Digitise and document church or museum collections. 7) Identify relics and classify them within their historical, cultural, and sociological environment. 8) Preserve subjects of culture, ico ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki
The Department of Photography and Audiovisual Arts provides theoretical, artistic and technological education in the fields of photography and video, with the objective of study in and researching contemporary visual culture and its relationship with the practices of photography and audiovisual media, including the creative development of knowledge in the fields of applications and the arts. The curriculum aims at acquiring intellectual, aesthetic and technical skills that allow graduates to cope with a) the conduct of postgraduate studies; b) the need for keeping in track with developments in photographic technology; c) requirements for the creation of high-level artistic work; and d) the competitive working environment in the areas of photojournalism, advertising, digital image processing, video and multimedia.Graduates of the Department of Photography and Audiovisual Arts, having acquired the necessary scientific, theoretical, technical and aesthetic background and, having developed the creative and critical skills, can work as professionals in a significant number of applications, as researchers and scholars, as artists, as executives in businesses, organizations and services in the private and public sectors, as educators, as curators, as editors of publications and hosts of events in cultural / artistic bodies. ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Athens