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lectures and workshops

Two plenary papers were presented during this congress. One was over the Bulgarian historical medals and the second one about recent Bulgarian medals and artists. Two very good introductions to the medallic art in Bulgaria. 24 lectures followed during 3 days. They were all grouped under main themes such as Teaching medals, Lives making medals, Working collaborately, Subject and Style and Context and Function. One workshop was held at a bronze foundry. Mr Tsvetan Kortishev held a sand casting demonstration.

All the lectures are publised in Médailles Magazine 2014.

PLENARY PAPERS 
Mirena Zlateva  Bulgarian historical medals
Nadia Rozeva Green  Bulgarian medals in recent times

TEACHING MEDALS
Ira Rezak  Medalists and Methods: Medallic Evidence of Filiation and Evolution
Outi Järvinen Introducing the art of the medal. Early promoters of medallic art in Finland
Marcy Leavitt Bourne Teaching the Doubtful
Jan Pelsdonk Development of Design. Supporting computer techniques and the revitalisation of the medal press
Hanna Jelonek The Studio of Medallic Art at the Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw
Maya Graber From Hand to Hand  
Irina Kolbasova  Between Two Centuries. Tradition, Experience and Innovation in Contemporary Art Medals in Bulgaria
Cory Gillilland  Teacher and Artist-Merlin Szasz

LIVES MAKING MEDALS 
Philip Attwood Trying to understand Leonard Wyon 
Tatijana Gareljic  Robert Frangeš-Mihanović – the first modern Croatian medal-maker and the first director of and professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb
João Duarte The Sculptor Raul Xavier ( 1894-1964 ) A poineer of the cast medals in Portugal
Mashiko  The works and life of Japanese medalist Satoru Kakitsubo

WORKING COLLABORATIVELY 
José Teixeira  Hybrid Objects (Lids, glasses and medals)
George Cuhaj   XII International Symposium of Medals
Mashiko  An international medallic art exhibition in Kyoto, Japan
Paul Huybrechts   A Medal Monument for the FIDEM XXXIV CONGRESS 2016 in Belgium

SUBJECT AND STYLE
Vineta Skalberga  Nature Images – Reflection of Latvian Life Perception
Uliana Volkova  Medals Dedicated to Russian Orthodox Churches from the Collection of Archpriest Alexey Maltsev
Ingrid Austlid Rise  Portrait medals  3D relief or digital graphic?
Mirena Zlateva  Innovative Decisions in Medallic Sculpture

CONTEXT AND FUNCTION
Rita Lazaro  The Labyrinth of Social Conscience
Tatiana Stukalova Medals and Coins with St George of the XVI-XIX Centuries as Amulets
Julia  Krasnobaeva  Using engravings for invention of Napoleonic medals
Linda Verkaaik   Presenting the new medal

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Photo: Hanna Jelonek