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Oct
25
Thu
ICOMOS ICAHM: Annual Meeting 2018
Oct 25 – Oct 28 all-day

Discover Sicily’s Argimusco – a Holistic Approach to Heritage Management

25 – 28 OCTOBER 2018, Montalbano Elicona, Province of Messina, Sicily

In the European Year of Cultural Heritage, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) is happy to announce that the 2018 ICAHM Annual Meeting,  will take place in the spectacular Medieval castle of Montalbano Elicona, in cooperation with the Municipality of Montalbano Elicona and under the patronage of ICOMOS Italy, Sicily, 25 through 28 October 2018.

In 6 distinctive themes we will discuss different approaches to heritage management:

Community Engagement
Climate Change
Tourism
Non-Invasive Technologies
Archaeo-Astronomy
Africa Initiative


We will have the unique opportunity to apply different techniques and theories to the virgin Megalithic Site of Argimusco, that has not yet been explored.

We will soon issue a Call for Papers and open registration for this conference. Meanwhile, save the date for this exciting event!

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For more information about the Meeting, please contact: conference[at]icahm.icomos.org

http://icahm.icomos.org/2018-icahm-annual-meeting-sicily/

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Nov
9
Fri
ICOMOS Germany: Conference: “World Heritage: Places for Building Capacities and Lifelong Learning in Europe”
Nov 9 all-day
Co-organized by ICOMOS Germany To ensure the implementation of the World Heritage Convention by enhancing knowledge and increasing awareness within civil society is both a continuous task and a challenge. Therefore, the Saxon State Ministry of the Interior, the Institute for Industrial Archaeology and History of Science and Technology (TU Bergakademie Freiberg), the German Commission for UNESCO, ICOMOS Germany and the Institute Heritage Studies Berlin the exchange of World Heritage experts and civil society initiated in 2016 with the international follow-up conference “World Heritage: Places for Building Capacities and Lifelong Learning in Europe” on 9 November 2018 at the “denkmal – Europe´s Leading Trade Fair for Conservation, Restoration and Old Building Renovation” in Leipzig, Germany. One focus of the conference is to discuss the importance of the topic “World Heritage” in schools and to illustrate the possibilities to anchor the topic in school curricula. The second focus highlights the significance of World Heritage and World Heritage sites for vocational education and training. Aiming to make World Heritage a constituent element of “lifelong learning”, this conference addresses World Heritage professionals, monument conservators, restorers and crafts people as well as teachers, and develops ideas for hands-on interpretation activities. Communicating World Heritage in theory and practice to all generations means preparing the topic for schools and vocational training, and understanding and using World Heritage sites as places for learning and capacity-building. Information on registration and the conference programme will be provided in due time. See attachment for more details and programme. Contact for information: Friederike Hansell, Saxon World Heritage Coordination email: friederike.hansell@iwtg.tu-freiberg.de
Nov
19
Mon
ICOMOS World Heritage Panel meeting 2018
Nov 19 – Nov 28 all-day
Dec
4
Tue
ICOMOS Annual General Assembly 2018
Dec 4 – Dec 8 all-day