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Due to the rapidly evolving situation regarding Covid-19, many event details are changing. We are updating these listings as we receive new information, but readers should contact event organisers directly for the most up-to-date information on specific events, conferences, workshops, etc.

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Ki Culture Launches New Sustainability Ambassador Programme

Would you like to be more sustainable in your job, but don't know where to begin? Ki Culture's Sustainability Ambassador Program will show you how and is now open for registration!

Ki Culture is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing solutions for cultural institutions and tools to educate the public on all issues connected with sustainability.

31 Dec 2020

WCG Virtual Meeting: Preservation of Confederate Monuments in the Era of Black Lives Matter

October 1st from 5:00-6:30 pm on Zoom
Social time 5:00-5:30
Meeting 5:30-6:30 pm
Location: RSVP to receive the Zoom link.

The Washington Conservation Guild invites you to a panel discussion on the ethics of preserving Confederate monuments and the obligations of preservation professionals in addressing the needs of various community stakeholders.

1 Oct 2020

Virtual Conference - The Inspired Needle: Embroidery Past & Present

Registration Now Open!

Embroidery has changed dramatically over the centuries as designs and techniques have gone in and out of fashion. Winterthur presents a series of lectures and workshops exploring the many ways that embroiderers have been inspired by the past to create, and re-create, beautiful needlework today.

The lectures are available during the month of October with a series of live, interactive conversations and fun activities on October 2 and 3.

2 Oct 2020 to 3 Oct 2020

ICOMOS GA2020 International Conference: Shared cultures – Shared heritage – Shared responsibility

The overarching theme for the GA2020 Scientific Symposium is ‘Shared Cultures – Shared Heritage – Shared Responsibility’. The theme recognises that globalisation, transnationalism, digital connectivity, and the willing or forced movement of people have contributed to the making (and unmaking) of hybrid, pluralist places, practices, and collections. In this sense, places, practices, objects, and collections are frequently connected with and valued by multiple and diverse groups and communities.

5 Oct 2020 to 9 Oct 2020
13 Jan 2020

TechFocus IV: Caring for 3D Printed Art

The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation (FAIC) is pleased to announce TechFocus IV: Caring for 3D Printed Art, October 5-6, 2020 at SFMOMA in San Francisco, CA.

5 Oct 2020 to 6 Oct 2020

Call for Participation in AIC Imaging Working Group

The newly established AIC Imaging Working Group (IWG) seeks participants interested in helping to further the Working Group's goals of:
• supporting the conservation community in imaging-related topics and endeavors by increasing communication and encouraging cross-disciplinary collaboration;
• identifying and addressing, through sustainable collaboration, the challenges that conservators encounter related to imaging resources, practices and objectives; and

6 Oct 2020

6th ARCH_RNT Symposium - Archaeological Research and New Technologies

Topics: Archaeometry, Computing Technology, Conservation and Restoration
Special session: Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Heritage

The Symposium focuses on the use of New Technologies in the Archaeological Research (Archaeometry, Computing Technology, Conservation and Restoration) notably with the presentation of interdisciplinary approaches, special case studies and research on archaeological material and assemblages.

Your participation and contribution are most welcome!

8 Oct 2020 to 10 Oct 2020