SOP Podcast #62 - Robin Gullbrandsson on Preserving Wooden Medieval Churches and Old Organs
He was born in 1980 and grew up on the countryside in western Sweden. Currently Robin is a heritage officer at Västergötland Museum in Skara from this winter, prior to that 2006-2016 he worked at Jönköping County Museum.
His main field of expertise is controller and heritage expert in restoration works concerning churches, but also from time to time he deals with exhibitions and book projects.
Robin graduated from Gothenburg university in 2003 with a master in archaeology combined with art history and heritage studies and had special interest in building archaeology.
Robin is also a passionate black-and-white photographer and during several years he has traveled a lot through Transilvania. His iinterest for historical organs became more and more vivid after he started working in the heritage care with inventorisation of churches around 2004-2005.
In this conversation, Robin talks about his experience with preserving heritage wooden medieval churches and old organs.
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