Niguliste Museum

Annual Award for Science 2016 in the events category
The Niguliste Museum of the Art Museum of Estonia carried out the project “Rode Altarpiece in Close-up” (2013–2016), which was centred around the technical examination and conservation of the retable (1478–1481) of the high altar of Saint Nicholas’ Church in Tallinn, crafted in the workshop of the master Hermen Rode of Lübeck. What was significant about the project was the inclusion of imaging and information technology solutions, as well as scientific studies, comprehensive documentation and the mapping of information. The focus was on the popularisation of science through educational programmes, workshops and multimedia solutions presenting the study results (website, blog, interactive multimedia programme, Science Web and much more).

National award for the popularisation of science goes to the project “Rode Altarpiece in Close-up”
In 2015, the project “Rode Altarpiece in Close-up” received second prize in the category “Activities/activity programmes for the popularisation of science and technology” for the promotion of scientific methods, the integration of humanities and natural sciences, and the presentation of cultural heritage to the general public.

Annual Prize for a Heritage Protector from a Museum for 2010
The Annual Prize for a Heritage Protector from a Museum is a recognition prize awarded every year by the Museum Council in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture.
In 2010, the title of Heritage Protector was awarded to Tarmo Saaret from the Niguliste Museum for a noteworthy contribution to the convergence between the museum and heritage protection.

Certificate of Excellence 2014
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