Message from organisers on 23/03/2020:
“Due to the current pandemic, no postponement of theplanned kick-off event PROMOTING EUROPE’S CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CULTURALDIVERSITY – WHO? HOW? WITH WHOM? is planned for the EU Presidency of theFederal Republic of Germany. Rather, we are currently examining alternative formsof communication (webinars, video conferences, etc.) in case a personal meetingof experts and interested parties from all over Europe in Karlsruhe would notbe possible or not justifiable due to continued travel restrictions or healthrisks.”
The expert discussion is intended to provide information and knowledge transfer onmonument promotion programs and other heritage-related funding tools at theEuropean level and at national and regional levels. Also, the meeting is toprovide a professional statement from the conservation and restoration partyand to articulate expectations from the conservator’s and restorer’s sideregarding the continuation of funding structures and selection criteria ofpublic and non-profit grant programs.
Organizers: ICOMOS Germany, the Associationof Regional State Conservators (Landesdenkmalpfleger), the Association ofregional State Archaeologists (Verband der Landesarchäologen) in the FederalRepublic of Germany, represented by the Baden-Württemberg State Office forMonument Preservation, and the working group Municipal Heritage Management ofthe Deutscher Städtetag (German Association of Cities and Towns).Sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
On the European Heritage Day, also known as Day of the Open Monument, numerous monuments which are usually closed to the public open their doors to visitors. In Germany the event takes place on the second weekend of September and for the public. As in 2019 the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus will be celebrated, this year’s German motto will be “Chance Monument: Remember. Received. Rethinking.” and more than 5000 monuments will be accessible to millions of visitors.
Organizers: A vast network of public and private heritage owners, of institutions,associations and citizen groups has been built up in the last 25 years by theGerman Foundation of Monument Protection (Deutsche Stiftung Denkmalschutz –DSD)
Organised by ICOMOS ISC on Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage sites (ICIP)
Message from Sue Hodges, President of ICIP, on 4 April 2020:
“It iswith great regret that I am writing on behalf of the ICIP Board toannounce the cancellation of the 2020 conference in Angkor. This decision hasbeen difficult, but we’ve made it in light of the many uncertainties in theworld at the moment due to COVID-19 and the impossibility of predicting whatthe rest of the year will entail.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract; we had a very enthusiasticresponse. As soon as the COVID-19 crisis is over we’ll investigate running aconference, perhaps again in Angkor. We will also see if we can do avirtual event of some kind this year; we will keep in touch. “
The Board of the ICOMOS International Committee for the Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites (ICIP) is pleased to announce the ICOMOS Interpretation 2020 Conference at Angkor, Cambodia. The conference will take place on September 28th and 29th 2020 with pre-conference tours on September 26th and 27th.
The ICIP Board is honored to be partnering with APSARA National Authority (Authority for the Protection of the Site and Management of the Region of Angkor). This conference will be held immediately before the 2020 ICOMOS General Assembly in Sydney, to enable attendees to stopover in Asia before continuing on to Sydney.
For further information, and to register for this conference, please click on the link below:
Contact: Sue Hodges, sue[at]shp.net.au
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.
ICOMOS ISC CIAVAnnual MeetingOfficial contact: GisleJakhelln, Ivan Enev
ISCCL 2020 Annual Meeting
Organizers: ISCCL; National Scientific Committee (NSC) on Cultural Landscapes and Cultural Routes (Australia)
What? Two-day event comprising one-day business meeting and workshops; and one-day field visits. Open to all ISCCL members and Australian NSC members.
When? 3-4 October 2020 (as part of the ICOMOS 2020 General Assembly and Scientific Symposium – GA2020)
Official contacts: Steve Brown (Australia) <steveb.heritage[at]gmail.com>; Nupur Prothi (ISCCL General Secretary) <nupurprothi[at]gmail.com>
ICOMOS ISC SBH (Shared Built Heritage) annual business meeting, presentations about theGardens and SBH member snap shots from around the world.
Open to all SBH members and interested guests
When: Saturday 3 October 2020 at 18:30 (as part of the ICOMOS 2020 General Assembly and Scientific Symposium -GA2020). Joins us afterwards for dinner in nearby Sydney China Town.
Official contacts: Sue Jackson-Stepowski Vice President ISCSBH email@example.com , Siegfried Enders President ISC SBH (firstname.lastname@example.org), John Ward Secretary General ISC SBH email@example.com