Saving the Stones is a five-month training internship in historical and archaeological conservation, implemented through theoretical lessons and practical workshops conducted in English. Each week, participants explore a particular facet of the field, incorporating lectures, workshops and study trips.
The program provides a solid basis and introduction to professional archaeological and historical conservation.
Understand conservation methodology and theory
Develop basic conservation skills
Expand knowledge of conservation as a step toward further expertise in the field
You must be a college/university student or graduate in a relevant field, such as:
Historic Preservation; Conservation; Architecture; History; Art History; Archaeology
Middle Eastern Studies, Geography; Classical, Medieval or Religious Studies
Design fields – Photography, Art, Interior design graphics or similar.
Applicants with a professional background in the above fields or a personal interest in conservation will be considered. Please contact the director of the program for more information.