Special programming spanning the world, from East Anglia to Sudan
Our incredibly diverse week long programme online, between 2-6 November, will be as global as our audience, and ranges from conserving wall paintings at Fengguo Temple in Yixian, China, to preservation strategies for painted tombs at El-Kurru, Sudan, geothermal technology in a historic house museum, post-earthquake conservation in Nepal and conserving medieval rood screens in East Anglia.
With even more presentations from world-renowned speakers as well as posters and exhibition showcasing the latest innovative practices in preventive conservation. You will be able to extend your Congress experience online with our range of working meeting sessions, virtual tours and excursions designed to involve and inspire you in 2020 and beyond.
You can view the programme here . This is a corrected version incorporating changes to the Asia-Pacific extended Q&A session and also updated presenter details.
We have shaped the schedule for live streaming sessions around our global participants to make sure the programme works across different time-zones. As a result we will have special live Q&A sessions covering European areas to support participation from members of our IIC Regional groups and also across Asia-Pacific.