Exhibitions

Sept. 2003
to June 2005

Medieval town halls in Lower Saxony and Bremen
Travelling exhibition

September 2003

UNESCO world heritage site:
Historical Old Towns of Stralsund and Wismar
History, architecture, art, spirituality, city life, country and people

May to June 2003

Destroyed Heritage
Destroyed 17th and 18th century Polish wooden synagogues

April 2003

Wüstenrotstiftungs's National Heritage Exhibition
Survey of conservation measures carried out on national monuments

December 2001 
to August 2002

Touring exhibition:
Saving Cultural Heritage - Projects around the Mediterranean

Selected conservation measures on cultural heritage of the Mediterranean countries

August to September 2000

Contemporary appearances and their history - Medieval churches in Lower Saxony
Exhibition for EXPO 2000, on modern modifications in the medieval curches through conservation-restoration work

July to October 2000

The cloister of St Michael's in Hildesheim - A millennium of cultural history in stone
Exhibition for EXPO 2000
in the cloister and the transept of the cloister church

June to October 2000

Saving Cultural Heritage - Projects around the Mediterranean
Exhibition on selected conservation measures on cultural heritage of the Mediterranean countries, during EXPO 2000,
in the Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim

May 1999

Restoration of historical wooden architecture in Japan
Exhibition with an introductory speech in the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim, Faculty of Architecture

The primary aim of the Hornemann Institute is world wide knowledge transfer. We customize current scientific results within the scope of conservation and restoration to fit the needs of international specialists.