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A relationship between World Monuments Fund and the Technological University of Mandalay is bringing students to the Golden Palace Monastery, providing real-life preservation training for students of the Department of Architecture through Professor Zar Chi Min and her students. Work with the TUM students began in November focusing on Shwe-nandaw Kyaung’s historic decorative elements that are part of the veranda. In particular, the students will take on the digital drawing, condition mapping and assessment process of the dragon-like ‘nayar’ that are attached to the veranda’s vertical columns, one of Shwe-nandaw Kyaung’s most outstanding decorative features. Important work begun by WMF engineer Thandar Phyo, who herself attended similar hands-on training both at Shwe-nandaw Kyaung and at WMF’s project at Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Ayutthaya, Thailand, is now being continued under her guidance. The arrival of materials conservator Urszula Agnieszka Strugala has added a dimension of hands-on conservation, allowing students to not only see where their documentation and assessment work leads next, but also participate in it. Students from TUM are learning how their assessments and documentation efforts help define conservation strategies. Long-term, TUM and WMF are in conversation with the Myanmar Department of Archaeology and National Museum (DOANM) about how to keep the students active in the Shwe-nandaw Kyaung project. This may include acting on some of WMF’s long-held aspirations for the monument to involve students in the ongoing architectural documentation drawing work, drainage improvements and the design of new visitor facilities. Looking further into the future, both are considering other important, possible collaborations in documenting Myanmar’s unique wood architecture, particular those like teak farmhouses that are threatened by wood scavengers and modern development. Referenced by https://www.wmf.org/blog/return-students-shwe-nandaw-kyaung

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