Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (IRPA-KIK)

The IRPA-KIK is a federal scientific institute responsible for the documentation, study and conservation-restoration of the cultural and artistic heritage of our country.

Art historians, photographers, chemists, archaeologists, engineers and conservator-restorers carry out interdisciplinary research on the materials and techniques used in works of art and cultural artefacts and on the materials and methods used in conservation-restoration.

The IRPA-KIK is a unique resource for scientific, photographic and technical documentation of the cultural heritage of the country. More information

 

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This Sunday 21|09: Open days at the KIK-IRPA!
On Sunday 21 September 2014 the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) will open its doors as part of the Open Monument Days, this year with the theme ‘History and Memory’. This is a rare opportunity to wander around the institute at your own pace, discovering the research...
Archéologie 2014: Midis de l'archéologie
In the framework of "Archéologie 2014 : 25 ans d'Archéologie en Wallonie", of which the KIK-IRPA is a partner, a series of 8 free conferences in French will take place at the Brussels Museum of Natural Sciences. They will focus on the environment, daily life and diet of our ancestors....
Studiedag rond Diestiaan ijzerzandsteengebruik
Het KIK, het regionaal landschap Noord-Hageland en de afdeling ALBON van de Vlaamse overheid organiseren op vrijdag 19 september 2014 de studiedag "Omgaan met Diestiaan ijzerzandsteengebruik" in het Begijnhof van Diest. [the official language of this study day is Dutch] Meer info
14-16|10|2014 Salt Weathering of Buildings & Stone Sculptures
Third International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures | Call for abstracts 14-16 October 2014Brussels – Belgium Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA)     The first International Conference SWBSS was held in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2008 and...