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Student Fraternity of the Art Academy of Latvia “Dzintarzeme”: Latvian National Art Conservation Policy in Exile (1958–1987)

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After the proclamation of the Republic of Latvia in 1918, Latvia experienced a rapid influx of youth into its capital city of Riga, looking to obtain education in universities. Students began to build their academic lives and student societies. In 1923, students of the Art Academy of Latvia founded the “Dzintarzeme” (“Amberland”) fraternity. The aim of “Dzintarzeme” was to unite nationally minded students of the Art Academy of Latvia and to promote the development of national art and self-education. Most “Dzintarzeme” members were faithful to the old masters and Latvian art. This phenomenon is significant, because “Dzintarzeme” members grew up with Latvian painting traditions, which are a remarkable heritage of interwar Latvia.

In 1940, when Latvia was occupied by the Soviet Union, “Dzintarzeme” was banned. A part of “Dzintarzeme” members were deported, killed in war, went missing, or stayed in the Latvian SSR; the remaining chose exile. Although scattered throughout the United States of America, Canada, and Australia, some members were able to rebuild and sustain the fraternity’s life, gathering its members, organising trips and anniversary art exhibitions.

The aim of this research is to reflect on “Dzintarzeme’s” activities in exile (1958–1987), focusing on the main factors of Latvian national art conservation policy: first, the ability of “Dzintarzeme’s” ideology to preserve the values of Latvian national art in an international environment, and second, the problem of generational change and the enrollment of young Latvian artists who continued to maintain “Dzintarzeme” values in exile.

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Stakeholders in the local service centre: who should be involved in the planning process? Insights from Poland, Czech Republic and Denmark

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Municipal waste recycling in big cities in Poland in the context of ecologisation

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Selected aspects of water and sewage management in Poland in the context of sustainable urban development

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Urban resident perceptions of the impacts of tourism development in Zimbabwe

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A multidimensional analysis of spatial order in public spaces: a case study of the town Morąg, Poland

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Forest stand biomass of Picea spp.: an additive model that may be related to climate and civilisational changes

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Word Heritage Sites as soft tourism destinations – their impacts on international arrivals and tourism receipts

relationship may also hold for soft tourist arrivals. Since the launch of the World Heritage Convention in 1972, World Heritage sites have become increasingly popular. By 2015 more than 1,000 sites have received World Heritage status, including 228 natural and mixed sites. Conradin et al. (2015) present the results of a global survey of 128 of 211 World Natural Heritage (WNH) sites listed in 2011, and show that the understanding of WNH status has undergone great changes: from being perceived as an internationally valued instrument for fostering conservation, WNH status

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Soviet Modernism in the Historic Context. The Cases of Vilnius and Panevėžys City Centers

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6. Some Methodology Aspects Regarding the Organic Deposits Removal Interventions in the Prothesis of the Church of Dragomirna Monastery

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