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Australia ICOMOS is very active in organising annual conferences, workshops, seminars and talks for the heritage industry, to promote learning, advance the industry’s practice and philosophy, and to create networking opportunities.

Events of interest include:

Please forward any events you wish to have included to the Australia ICOMOS Secretariat by email.

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* Envisioning Historical Place Envisioning Historical Place

Time: 6:00 pm

The official opening night for the "Envisioning Historical Place" exhibition will take place at the Tin Sheds Gallery, Wilkinson Building, The University of Sydney.

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* Port Arthur talksPort Arthur talks

Time: 5:30 pm

Dr Jun Zheng will present a talk on the topic "World Heritage in China ~ an introduction".

* Vic Museum AwardsVic Museum Awards

Time: 6:00 pm

The 2014 Victorian Museum Awards Ceremony will take place at Bunjilaka, Melbourne Museum.

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* Fifth Arte-Polis conferenceFifth Arte-Polis conference

The Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB) is pleased to present Arte-Polis 5, an international conference and workshop with the theme “Reflection on Creativity: Public Engagement and the Making of Place”.

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* Fifth Arte-Polis conferenceFifth Arte-Polis conference

The Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB) is pleased to present Arte-Polis 5, an international conference and workshop with the theme “Reflection on Creativity: Public Engagement and the Making of Place”.

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* Convict Wmns Press bk launchConvict Wmns Press bk launch

Time: 11:00 am

The Convict Women’s Press Inc. is about to publish another significant book on the lives of convict women in a female factory in Van Diemen’s Land. "Convict Lives at the George Town Female Factory" will be launched by the Hon. Elise Archer MP.

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* Quarantine Hist Heritage confQuarantine Hist Heritage conf

Encompassing people and pathogens, vectors and vessels, flora and fauna, this conference seeks new interpretations of the place of quarantine.

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* Quarantine Hist Heritage confQuarantine Hist Heritage conf

Encompassing people and pathogens, vectors and vessels, flora and fauna, this conference seeks new interpretations of the place of quarantine.

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* Quarantine Hist Heritage confQuarantine Hist Heritage conf

Encompassing people and pathogens, vectors and vessels, flora and fauna, this conference seeks new interpretations of the place of quarantine.

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* AGHS Sydney Branch AGM & talkAGHS Sydney Branch AGM & talk

Time: 6:00 pm

Short Annual General Meeting of the Australia Garden History Society (AGHS), Sydney Branch, followed by a special talk: "Jardins Anglo-Chinois in 18th Century France" by Jennifer Milam.

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* DOCOMOMO / AICOMOS Syd talkDOCOMOMO / AICOMOS Syd talk

Time: 5:30 pm

DOCOMOMO and Australia ICOMOS are hosting a presentation by various Australia ICOMOS members on "Approaches for the Conservation of Twentieth-Century Architectural Heritage: The Madrid Document".

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* CHCAP SeminarCHCAP Seminar

Time: 5:30 pm

The next CHCAP seminar at Deakin University will be a presentation by Jenny Moles, (Senior Member, Planning Panels Victoria) on the topic “Recent approaches to consideration of heritage amendments and planning permits”.

* AGHS Annual LectureAGHS Annual Lecture

Time: 6:00 pm

The ACT, Monaro Riverina Branch of the Australian Garden History Society (AGHS) presents a talk by Colleen Morris on "A Vegetable Garden on the Margin of NSW".

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* Remembering FrontiersRemembering Frontiers

Time: 9:30 am

"Remembering Frontiers: Marking the 86th Anniversary of the Coniston Massacre (NT)" - this event will feature artists, activists and academics as well as the screening of the award-winning documentary “Coniston”.

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* SA Hist Council Annual LectureSA Hist Council Annual Lecture

Time: 5:30 pm

The History Council of South Australia 2014 Annual Lecture will be on the topic "Colonial South Australians 1836-1900 Who were they?", and is presented by Ron Gibbs, Historian and Author.

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