Intensive supervision in small groups and the promotion of interdisciplinary cooperation offer our graduates optimal conditions for starting work at museums and in the preservation of architectural and art monuments.
Working on irreplaceable works of art constantly challenges the scientific and practical competence of restorers. The study of art technology, conservation and restoration of art and cultural assets at the Dresden University of Fine Arts prepares students optimally for these challenges with its comprehensive, scientifically sound and at the same time very practice-oriented range of courses.
The course of studies in Restoration gains its Europe-wide attractiveness through an innovative study programme and modernly equipped studios and laboratories for research and teaching.
The restructuring of the teaching programme in the context of the Bologna Process has further sharpened the study profile. The study programme takes account of proven elements of education and consistently develops them further. The undergraduate five-year course also meets the requirements of the European professional organisations E.C.C.O. and ENCoRE and continues to lead directly to a diploma, which is equivalent to a Master's degree.
Specialisations in the fields of art technology, conservation and restoration are offered in three subject classes:
- Mural painting and architectural colouring
- Painting on mobile picture carriers
- Pictorial works and interior decoration