Within the framework of the Erasmus+ programmes, lecturers and students take part in educational projects in order to benefit from special learning and teaching conditions that collaborative projects provide.
Our Conservation Department collaborates in Erasmus funded student projects, such as the interdisciplinary project on Ethics and Ethnographic Objects Conservation: EthCon, and the collaborative project on Historical Techniques in Arts and Crafts: HiTec.
Teachers also share their expertise abroad, for example on Artist Interviews. A four day workshop was organised for the conservation students of the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallin in collaboration with Kumu Art Museum for an interview with Merike Estna in 2016. A similar workshop was organised for the contemporary art conservation students at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in collaboration with the Picture Gallery for an interview with performance artist Barbis Ruder in 2017.