The 7th international AFR Conference will take place at the Azrieli School of Architecture at The David and Yolanda Katz Department of the Arts, Tel Aviv University, October 2020.
Previous conferences have defined research into architectural finishes as Architectural Paint Research (APR). We believe it is time to expand the definition of our research to include all architectural finishes. The current conference we will be addressing it as Architectural Finishes Research (AFR).
As Always, The conference will be hosting a number of sessions, as well as a day of tours and a gala reception.
Every ambition of the Paris Agreement has a cultural dimension. The newly launched Climate
Heritage Network aims to make sure the world’s culture experts and advocates are mobilised to meet this challenge. Learn how and join in the release of the CHN’s Madrid-to-Glasgow
Action Plan for Arts, Culture and Heritage.
Co-organised by Climate Heritage Network.
See flyer attached for full information.
Cultural Heritage offers immense and virtually untapped potential to drive climate action and support just transitions by communities towards low carbon, resilient futures. Learn how the sector is meeting the challenge, including via the new Climate Heritage Network and the EC’s European Workplan for Culture, which for the first time contains a climate change cluster.
Co-organised by Climate Heritage Network, Europa Nostra, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), Fundem, Historic Environment Scotland, An Taisce, The National Trust for Ireland, ICOMOS
Location: Helsinki Room, EU Pavilion (Pavilion 8), Blue Zone, Feria de Madrid (IFEMA)
COP25 Side Event: Global Ecovillage Network and International National Trust Organisation: Essential Climate Solutions: The Power of Culture, Nature and Community-led Development in response to the Climate Emergency
Side event location: Room 1
Co-organised by Climate Heritage Network, International National Trusts Organisation, Global Ecovillage Network
COP25 (Climate Summit 2019) promotes the concentration in Madrid of many experts on climate change. These meetings of experts (from ICOMOS International and Spain) on climatic factors and their relationship with culture and heritage are an opportunity to meet professionals from the IPCE, the Ministry of Ecological Transition and ARESPA, at seat of the Institution of the Ministry of Culture.
See flyer for full information (in Spanish).
Co-organised by ICOMOS Spain, the Spanish Ministry of Sports and Culture – Subdirection General of the Institute for Spanish Cultural Heritage, ARESPA
The Scientific Symposium Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for the ICOMOS 20th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium (ICOMOS GA2020) to be held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia from 5 – 9 October 2020. The Scientific Symposium offers a major research, information sharing, training and capacity-building opportunity for delegates, who will be able to present and attend papers, seminars, workshops, site visits and other session.
The theme of the GA2020 Scientific Symposium is “Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility”
Read the full call for abstracts here: https://icomosga2020.org/abstracts/
Joint meeting organised by 6 ICOMOS International Scientific Committees: ICORP (Risk Preparadness), ISCARSAH (Analysis and Restoration ofStructures of Architectural Heritage), ISCEAH (Earthen ArchitecturalHeritage), ICTC (Cultural Tourism), ISCES+CC (Energy and Sustainability) and CIPA (Heritage Documentation).
See flyer for more information.