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THE SHEKHAWATI PROJECT

theshekhawatiproject@gmail.com

CÉCILE CHARPENTIER

HEAD OF THE PROJECT

cecile.charpentier@wanadoo.fr

THE SHEKHAWATI PROJECT INTERNS

WORKSHOP #3 / 2019

RESTORATION STUDENTS

Lily Bennion from Grimwade Centre of Cultural Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne

Peter Andrew Dellas from Grimwade Centre of Cultural Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne

Khushboo Singh, freelance architect graduated from Apeejay School of Architecture and Planning and Dr APJ Abdul Kalam technical University

WORKSHOP #2 / 2017-2018

RESTORATION STUDENTS

Jesús Carmona Machuca graduated from Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

Paula Alonso Gonzales graduated from Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

Ambre Muller from ISBAT (Institut Supérieur des Beaux Arts de Toulouse)

Côme Calmettes graduated from ISBAT (Institut Supérieur des Beaux Arts de Toulouse)

5 students from Mody University of Science and Technology, College of Architecture & Design in Lakshmangarh, India: Anees Fatma, Anshika Sharma, Gauranshi Sharma, Apala Deshmukh, Simran Aggarwal. 

These students have been receiving training from the experts, actively participating in the restoration and are part of the conversation of best practices going forward. 

COMMUNICATION AND RESEARCH STUDENTS

Lorraine Bertier graduated from School of Oriental and African studies, London, UK

Marielle Sabatier Student from Paris Sorbonne I

WORKSHOP #1 / 2016-2017

RESTORATION STUDENTS

Léa Krief from Institut national du Patrimoine (INP) in Paris, France

Meret Haudenschild from School of Art, Conservation & Restoration department in Bern, Switzerland

5 students from Mody University of Science and Technology, College of Architecture & Design in Lakshmangarh, India

These students have been receiving training from the experts, actively participating in the restoration and are part of the conversation of best practices going forward. 

COMMUNICATION STUDENTS

Apolline Augey Student from Sciences Po Lyon, France

Julia Moustacchi Student from Paris Sorbonne IV