Events

ICOMOS International Polar Heritage Committee Conference 2017

Organized by: IPHC 2017 Conference Organising Committee,
http://www.polarheritage.com/polarheritage/IPHCConference2017/

IPHC 2017 CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The next ICOMOS IPHC Conference will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand, September 28th – 29th 2017 to coincide with the planned National Programmes Antarctic season opening weekend in Christchurch on September 30th & October 1st 2017.

28 Sep 2017 to 29 Sep 2017

The Churches Conservation Trust Symposium 28.09.17

Architectural History and Arts and Crafts in the Cotswolds
Location: Sapperton Village Hall and St Kenelm’s Church, Sapperton
Time: 9:45 am - 6 pm
Price: Delegate: £85.00 | Member: £70.00 | Students: £35.00
visitchurches.org.uk

A one-day symposium exploring the architectural history and arts and crafts heritage of a Gloucestershire parish. The event celebrates The Churches Conservation Trust’s 350th church acquisition at St Kenelm’s, Sapperton.

28 Sep 2017

Archives and Records Association Conservation Lecture Week: Churchill College

Members and non-members are invited to attend the ARA Conservation Lecture Week. The programme covers a broad range of topics including: standards; health and safety; seals; papermaking; photographic processes and preservation; care of film and sound recordings; surveying and testing materials.

9th - 12th October 2017
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Full attendance: members - GBP375 Non-members - GBP415
Day attendance: members - GBP95 Non-members - GBP105
(Lunch is not included.)

9 Oct 2017 to 12 Oct 2017

20th International Course on Stone Conservation – SC17

Twentieth International Course on Stone Conservation (SC17)
Mexico City and Chicanná (Campeche), Mexico

Partners
ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) ( www.iccrom.org )
INAH (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia) ( www.inah.gob.mx/en/ )

9 Oct 2017 to 8 Dec 2017
Deadline: 
30 Apr 2017

Course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches to Conservation

This course, now in its third edition, was initially developed by ICCROM and implemented together with IUCN. It has now been integrated into the new World Heritage Leadership programme which emerged as a response to the growing concerns over the divide between nature and culture. One of the defining characteristics of the World Heritage Convention is that the protection and management of both natural and cultural values of Outstanding Universal Value should fall under one international instrument.

10 Oct 2017 to 20 Oct 2017
Deadline: 
28 Jul 2017

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