Australia ICOMOS E-Mail News No. 330
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Friday 11 April 2008

1)  World Heritage Day Event - Queensland
2)  World Monument Day - Special Tour for Victorian members
3)  South Australian ICOMOS event - World Heritage Day Workshop
4)  World Heritage Day Event - Western Australia
5)  HAVE YOUR SAY!  Enhancing the Australia ICOMOS website
6)  Sacred places open their doors for World Heritage Day, April 18
7)  MayDay! MayDay! MayDay!
8)  2008 Southwest Summer Institute for Preservation and Regionalism
9)  Seminar at Deakin University - Tensions between local and world heritage significance: The case of Fremantle Prison
10) Link to Collections Council e-bulletins
11) Save the dates 7-12 July 2009 - Australia ICOMOS Conference: Unloved Modern
12) International Conference VSMM 2008 - Call for Papers/Participation
13) News from ICOMOS International Secretariat
14) Nominations open for the 2008 Heritage Council Awards


1)  World Heritage Day Event - Queensland
ICOMOS Queensland will be celebrating International Monuments Day on April 18 by holding talks and tours (real and virtual) by two ICOMOS members:
St John's Cathedral precinct master plan, with Michael Kennedy
St Augustine's Church Coolangatta, with Jacqueline Pearce
Venue: St Johns, Ann St, Brisbane
Talks and tour - 4.30 to 5.30
Social gathering/refreshments - 5.30 to 6.30
Cost (to be confirmed): ~$10 (contribution for refreshments)
RSVP by April 14 to Catherine Brouwer, 07 3254 1817 or


2) World Monument Day - Special Tour for Victorian members
To mark World Monument Day, a small tour has been arranged for Victorian members of ICOMOS to coincide with the Heritage Council's Forum on the cultural landscape of the Wimmera-Mallee to be held at Murtoa near Horsham on Friday 18 April 2008. The tour will leave Horsham on Sunday 20 April at 9.00 am and visit Longerenong Homestead, Belmont Homestead and a range of churches and the synagogue in Ballarat. It is expected to conclude at 4.00 pm in Ballarat leaving time for people to return home to Melbourne or other places. There will be a small fee to cover the cost of a picnic lunch and tour notes. Travel will be by private car.
Please contact Timothy Hubbard, state rep for the ICOMOS Executive Committee at or (03) 5568 2623 if you interested in attending.
Information about 'Heritage and the Land', the Heritage Council's Forum and the registration form can be downloaded from Bookings close Friday 11 April.


3) South Australian ICOMOS event - World Heritage Day Workshop
South Australian ICOMOS event
Attention - Architects, Heritage Consultants, Conservation Practitioners
World Heritage Day Workshop - April 18th 2008
Theme:  Religious Heritage and Sacred Places
St Francis Xavier Cathedral Hall, 4 - 7pm, Wakefield St , Adelaide
An Australia ICOMOS seminar, supported by the Heritage Branch of South Australia, is to be held at St Francis Xavier Cathedral Hall, Adelaide on April 18th to celebrate World Heritage Day.  The theme this year for World Heritage Day is Religious Heritage and Sacred Places.
This seminar, to be held at St Francis Xavier Cathedral, will discuss heritage issues generally related to this theme, using a case study involving a visit to the conservation works at the Cathedral and the building of the new sacristy.
This will be a highly practical seminar for architects and others wishing to discuss conservation processes and include discussions on the theme as follows:
The workshop will be held at the hall adjacent to St Francis Xavier Cathedral.  There will be a charge of $15.00 for ICOMOS members, $25 for non members, with generous drinks and nibbles provided at the end of the seminar.  Any surplus funds will be donated to the Streetwise Asia fund for Heritage Conservation. 
Please RSVP to McDougall & Vines, by 14 April at the latest to assist with catering purposes. Please also have correct money to pay at the door.


4) World Heritage Day Event - Western Australia
WA ICOMOS and RAIA (WA) heritage committee invite you to St Bartholomew's Chapel, East Perth Cemeteries on 18 April 2008, to hear Fr Placid Spearritt OSB, Abbott of New Norcia, address the question What makes a site sacred? as part of world wide celebrations of World Heritage Day. A tour of East Perth Cemeteries exploring the conservation and management of Victorian cemeteries before the presentation will be led by Sarah Murphy, Manager Properties and Collections, National Trust of Australia (WA) and Phil Palmer, Senior Landscape Architect, EPCAD. Refreshments will be served after the event.
Places are limited so please RSVP no later that 11 April to Janet Sully (08) 9388 2810 or .
ICOMOS & RAIA members $10 (lecture only, tour free)
Others                                     $15 (lecture only, tour free)


5) HAVE YOUR SAY!  Enhancing the Australia ICOMOS website
We are in the process of updating our website and we welcome your comments for its enhancement. If you have a spare 5 minutes please open the attached questionnaire and send your response by 28 April 2008 to:
Georgia Meros, Secretariat Officer
Fax: +61-(0)3-9251 7158
Look forward to hearing from you!


6) Sacred places open their doors for World Heritage Day, April 18
In recognition of World Heritage Day, several places of worship in both Melbourne and Ballarat will be open to the public, providing a unique chance to go behind usually closed doors.
As the theme for the 2008 World Heritage Day is 'religious heritage and sacred places', the Heritage Council and Heritage Victoria have worked with several organisations to give the public special access to historic sacred places.
On April 18, readers can climb the 80 steps to 'The Bridge' Gallery soaring above the nave of Melbourne's St Paul's Cathedral; visit a traditional Welsh church in the heart of Melbourne; tour Ballarat's Synagogue or Loreto Convent; and inspect the sacred memorial tablets at South Melbourne's See Yup Temple, among other experiences.
All the places opening their doors are usually either closed to the public, such as 'The Bridge' Gallery at St Paul's Cathedral, or closed outside worship times.
The places cover a diverse range of faiths, reflecting Victoria's multicultural heritage.
In Melbourne, the following places will be open to visitors from 11am-3pm (unless otherwise indicated):
-           St Paul's Cathedral, cnr Swanston & Flinders Sts, including 'The Bridge' Gallery for a bird's eye view of the nave;
-           Welsh Methodist Church, 320 La Trobe Street;
-           St Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church, 176 Simpson St, corner Victoria Parade, East Melbourne;
-           Trinity Lutheran Church, 22 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
-           Melbourne City Synagogue, 488 Albert Street, East Melbourne (10am-2pm); and
-           See Yup Temple, 76 Raglan St, South Melbourne (open 9am-4pm).
In Ballarat, the following places will be open to visitors from 11am-3pm:
-           St Paul's Anglican Church, 3 Humffray Street South, Bakery Hill;
-           Synagogue, 4 Barkly Street, cnr Princess St, Ballarat East;; and
-           Loreto Convent Chapel, Mary's Mount, 1600 Sturt St, Ballarat Central.
For more information, visit or phone Angie Phelan on 0419 568 949 or 9637 9303. By April 12, information leaflets on every place will be available to download.
World Heritage Day was created by ICOMOS (International Council of Monuments and Sites) in 1982 and endorsed by UNESCO in 1983.


7) MayDay! MayDay! MayDay!
During the month of May, archives, galleries, libraries, museums, cultural heritage sites and organisations across Australia are encouraged to participate in MayDay - a national campaign for the protection of cultural heritage from disaster.
MayDay aims to raise awareness about disaster preparedness and to encourage people to perform at least one disaster-preparedness task in May each year. There are many types of emergencies that we can be better prepared for, from the potential impact of faulty electrical wiring in the building next door, to bushfires, cyclones or even internal or external floods.
The MayDay concept originated with the Society of American Archivists (SAA) in 2006. Heritage Preservation (HP) partners with the SAA to promote MayDay and to provide some useful learning resources for American organisations.
The May/June 2007 issue of the SAA newsletter Archival Outlook contained an article titled 'MayDay Focuses on Emergency Preparedness', which described some of the activities undertaken by organisations across America for their annual MayDay campaign. Please see: . The article also welcomed the "land Down Under" to the initiative in 2007. It is the Australian committee for the Blue Shield that promotes the MayDay concept in Australia.
What is the Blue Shield?
The Blue Shield is the cultural equivalent of the Red Cross. It is the symbol specified in the 1954 Hague Convention for marking cultural sites to give them protection from attack in the event of armed conflict. It is also the name of an international committee set up in 1996 to work to protect the world's cultural heritage threatened by wars and natural disasters.
Blue Shield Committees around the globe comprise four international cultural heritage 'pillar' bodies -
International Council on Archives (ICA);
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS);
International Council of Museums (ICOM); and
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).
In Australia, these pillar bodies are represented respectively as follows: Council of Australasian Archives and Records Authorities (CAARA); Australia ICOMOS; ICOM Australia; Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
MayDay Australia 2008
Last year, Blue Shield Australia circulated a flier electronically and asked that people print it and post it on notice boards to raise awareness about disaster preparedness. The flier contained suggestions on what people could do about being more prepared for disaster. We suggested that one or more of the suggested steps be taken during the month of May, whereas the American program focuses on 1 May only.
For 2008 Blue Shield Australia has arranged for a series of workshops to be delivered through the Australian Library and Information Association pillar body. Titled 'Disaster Planning for Cultural Collections', the workshops will be presented by esteemed Conservator, Mr Kim Morris, between May and September 2008 in six Australian cities. Practitioners from any field of cultural heritage are encouraged by ALIA to attend a workshop. Details about the workshops will be available from the Blue Shield Australia website from 31 March 2008: ).
Another new item on the flier for this year encourages checking of your organisation's 'business continuity' plan. This planning is generally undertaken by medium to large organisations to minimize the disruption to business from any surprise event. 'Business Continuity Awareness Week' runs from 28 April to 2 May this year. For more information please see:, or contact Mr Les Whittet on 02 6292 7822.
What should I do?
In 2008, people in cultural heritage organisations are once again encouraged to print the MayDay 2008 flier and post it on a notice board before 1 May (available at the Blue Shield Australia website from 31 March 2008: ).
Then it's just a matter of acting upon one or more of the suggested activities. Here are some of the suggestions from this year's flier:
-           If you have a disaster plan, dust it off and make sure it's up to date or make a timeline for developing one.
-           Get to know your local firefighters and police, and invite them to tour your organisation and give you pointers on safety and preparedness.
-           Identify the three biggest risks to your collection or heritage site.
-           Meet with the people working in the other cultural organisations in your area and find out how you can share resources in the event of a disaster.
-           Attend a 'Disaster Planning for Cultural Collections' workshop in your city between May and September.
-           Participate in activities associated with 'Business Continuity Awareness Week' between 28 April and 2 May 2008.
For more information contact Veronica Bullock, Development Officer, Collections Council of Australia, at, or call (08) 8207 7287. Veronica participates in Blue Shield Australia meetings as a member of its Secretariat.


8) 2008 Southwest Summer Institute for Preservation and Regionalism
The 2008 Southwest Summer Institute is held in conjunction with the University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning's "Graduate Certificate Program in Historic Preservation & Regionalism", a six-course, 18-hour program integrating proven historic preservation techniques with related planning and design approaches for engaging history and cultural place.

The program prepares participants from a wide variety of related disciplines to contribute to the conservation of regional architectural and cultural heritage, while at the same time fostering design, planning, and economic development for increasing the quality of life from urban neighborhoods to rural communities.


For More Information:


Website:  (Click Preservation and Regionalism in upper left)

Phone: (505) 277-0071


9) Seminar at Deakin University - Tensions between local and world heritage significance: The case of Fremantle Prison
Tuesday 15 April
from 4:30pm
Presenter:  Assoc Prof Andrea Witcomb, Deakin University, Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific
This paper focuses on the impact of the World Heritage Listing Process for the way in which heritage significance is defined at Fremantle Prison in Western Australia. The attention is on the ways in which the professional discourse focuses on the authenticity of the fabric leading, Andrea argues, to a narrow interpretation of significance. When coupled with the need to identify world significance it is almost inevitable that local and perhaps more contentious aspects of the site's history are demoted with significant implications for interpretation. The paper finishes with some suggestions as to how the World Heritage Listing system might be able to help in addressing these sorts of problems.
Andrea Witcomb is an Associate Professor at Deakin University in Melbourne where she contributes to the work of the Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific and the Research Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation. She is a former curator with a background in history and cultural studies. Her research interests range across interpretation issues in both heritage sites and museums.Since her first book, Re-Imagining the Museum: Beyond the Mausoleum (Routledge, 2003), Andrea has become known for her work on contemporary approaches to interactivity in the museum context. More recently, she has been working on a history of the National Trust of Australia (WA). On the museum front she is increasingly interested in how museums are responding to the policy imperatives formed around discourses of social cohesion.
There is no entry charge and everyone is welcome
Venue: The Blue Room, Building B Room 2.20, Deakin University
For a map of the campus see


10) Link to Collections Council e-bulletins
The most recent (and past) Collections Council e-bulletins can be downloaded from the following URL:


11) Save the dates 7-12 July 2009 - Australia ICOMOS Conference: Unloved Modern
We are in full swing planning the 2009 Australia ICOMOS conference here in Sydney.
More details will follow shortly, but for your diaries, plan to be in Sydney 7-12 July, 2009.
The 2009  Australia ICOMOS annual conference is being organised in association with Docomomo (Scott Roberston) , APT (David West) and UIA (Louise Cox), and will be preceded by a meeting of the ICOMOS Twentieth Century Heritage ISC.
The conference will be titled "Unloved Modern", exploring six broad themes:
The conference will also have a strong technical theme running through it, which will be co-ordinated by APT reps.
A very active sub-committee is developing the scientific programme and we will issue a call for papers soon. We are aiming to hold the meeting in outstanding venues- in particular the Sydney Opera House, and we hope that Jan Utzon will be a keynote participant. There will be post conference tours, one to Canberra and a half day of tours within the three day programme.
Sheridan Burke and Ian Kelly, conference convenors


12) International Conference VSMM 2008 - Call for Papers/Participation
Digital Heritage: Our Hi-tech-STORY for the Future
Technologies to Document, Preserve, Communicate, and Prevent the Destruction of our Fragile Cultural Heritage
October 20-26, 2008
Limassol, Cyprus
You are kindly invited to submit a paper to the VSMM 2008 joint conference which will provide an opportunity to exchange research results, opinions, experiences and proposals on the best practice and hi-tech tools from Information and Communications Technology to document, preserve, manage and communicate Cultural Heritage (CH). The main goal of the event is not only to illustrate the programs underway but also excellent work wherever it is located and however it is supported, in order to promote a common approach to the tasks of
e-documentation of World Cultural Heritage. Furthermore, regional capacities in the area of Cultural Heritage and IT will be facilitated in advancing their know-how through the exchange of information and generation of new ideas and cooperation's, where the world meets the finger prints of several ancient civilizations on earth.
To reach this ambitious goal the topics covered will include experiences in the use of innovative recording technologies & methods and how to take best advantage to integrate the results obtained to build up new tools and/or experiences as well as improved methodologies for documenting, managing and communicating CH.
The VSMM 2008 joint event will focus on interdisciplinary and multi- disciplinary research concerning both cutting edge Cultural Heritage Informatics and use of technology for the representation, documentation, preservation, archiving and communication of CH knowledge. The scope includes every phase of CH information technology: initial data capture/digitization, information/data processing, reconstruction, visualization and documentation as well as dissemination of results to the scientific and cultural heritage communities and to the general public (Multilingua, Multimedia Digital Library). We are also interested in aspects of the wider legal and ethical responsibilities of Cultural Heritage Informatics. Research subjects parallel the interests of VSMM, CIPA, ISPRS and EuroMed including culturally significant monuments, artefacts and sites as well as the activities of museums, libraries, archives, and organizations involved with their care.
For more information about the joint conference please visit
or directly contact the chair of the event at:


13) News from ICOMOS International Secretariat
ICOMOS International Secretariat e-news
no 35, 8 April 2008
A compendium of news received from various sources including organisations other than ICOMOS and re-transmitted (unedited and only in the original language received) for the benefit of ICOMOS Committees and members. The ICOMOS International Secretariat is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information provided. Opinions expressed in the ICOMOS International e-news are not necessarily those of ICOMOS or its Executive Committee and events announced are not automatically endorsed by ICOMOS.


In memoriam: Hernan Crespo Toral (1937-2008),
Honorary member of ICOMOS Ecuador and
former UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture

It is with much sadness that ICOMOS Ecuador informs the ICOMOS membership that the architect and museologist Hernan Crespo Toral, one of the most prominent personalities in the field of conservation of Ecuadorian cultural heritage, has died on Sunday, 23 March 2008.
Hernan Crespo Toral died at the age of 70 at his home in Quito, leaving behind a rich legacy as a pioneer in the rescue of Ecuador's archaeological and historical heritage, a work performed mainly as the founder and director of the Archaeological Museum and Art Galleries of the Banco Central del Ecuador, and later as general director of museums. He was an authority globally recognized for his commitment to the restoration, conservation and presentation of city centers, churches, cloisters and civil buildings.
After 26 years of work at the Banco Central, he became the Director of the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Culture for Latin America and the Caribbean in Havana (Cuba), where he worked for 13 years. Later, due to his creative force and dedication to the issues of conservation and cultural development, he was promoted to Director of the Cultural Department of UNESCO, with a global reach (1995-98), and as Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO (1998-2000), one of the highest positions that an Ecuadorian has ever held in an international organization.
In his later years, after his retirement from UNESCO, he was an international consultant in the fields of culture and development. He was also a coordinator for the formulation of the cooperation project between Latin America and Europe on Cultural Heritage.
His work earned him many national and international awards, among them the Premio Eugenio Espejo, which he received in 1990 from the Government of Ecuador, the Order of Arts and Literature, awarded by the Government of France, the Colombian Ministry of Culture's highest award, the Doctor "Honoris Causa" from the University of Cordoba (Argentina), the First Prize for the Cultural Heritage from the Salvation Found (FONSAL) from the Municipality of Quito, and the highest prizes from the Municipality of Cuenca, Azogues and Provincial Councils of Azuay and Pichincha. He also received the Award for Cultural Merit, specially created last year.
He is survived by his wife, Esther Bermejo, his sons Hernan Jaime (living in Barcelona, Spain) and Juan Andres (living in Spokane, Washington, United States), two grandchildren and two granddaughters, and his eight siblings: Lola, Jorge, Rodrigo, Jose, Teresa, Jaime, Eduardo y Maria Clara Crespo Toral.
Andres Penaherrera


ICOMOS IFLA ISC on Cultural Landscapes:
Oslo Workshop, 18-19 April 2008


Preliminary main Agenda points:

-      World Heritage Guidelines for Cultural Landscape Technical Evaluation Missions
-      World Heritage Historic Urban Landscapes Tool Kit
-      ICOMOS IFLA ISC on Cultural Landscapes Cooperation with IUCN

Preliminary Program

Thursday 17 April
18:00 pm                      Lecture by Patricia O'Donnell, FASLA, AICP, Principal Heritage Landscapes, on Challenges in Sustaining Historic Urban Landscape Values in the Face of Rapid Urban Transformation.
Friday 18 April
09:00 am                      Morning session: Challenges
13:30 pm                      Seminar of ICOMOS-IFLA ISC CL members
                                   (Open to colleagues at the Directorate, ICOMOS & IFLA members)
15:00-17:00 pm            Afternoon session: Continue Discussions
Saturday 19 April
09:00 am                      Morning session: Discussions
13:30 pm                      Afternoon session: Results
15:00-18:00 pm            Tour of the cultural landscape at Bygdoy
Sunday 20 April
Optional tour of historic gardens and cultural landscapes in the Oslo region

 Contact :

Mette Eggen
(please send e-mail to both addresses simultaneously)


ICOMOS Pasifika ISC: Website

The official website of ICOMOS Pasifika, the ISC on the Pacific Region, can be accessed in English or French under:


8th European Conference on Research for Protection, Conservation and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 11-15 November 2008

The main objective of 8th EC conference on cultural heritage is to foster (the) exploitation and spin off of EU research results. New technologies, tools and devices will be presented through talks, posters, exhibitions and practical workshops. Interdisciplinary discussions among scientists, policy makers and end-users - e.g. conservators and restorers, managers and owners of the cultural patrimony- will aim at identification of future needs and development of funding strategies. Special attention will be devoted to pooling of expertise of key players in the field, such as ICOM-CC, ICOMOS, ICCROM, ECTP-FACH, EUROPA NOSTRA, UNESCO and others.
The aim of the final Conference is to present the state-of-the-art in the field of the four defined thematic groups:
-      Recent progress in cultural heritage research
-      Knowledge and technology transfer, from research to industry and SMEs
-      Education and training, communication
-      Policies, legislation, standardisation, and sustainability strategies in cultural heritage.

Website :

Contact :

CHRESP Conference Secreteriat
National and University Library
Turjaska 1
1000 Ljubljana
Tel. +38615861361
Contact person: Jana Kolar


Advanced Masters in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions

A Consortium of leading European Universities composed by University of Minho (coordinating institution, Portugal), the Technical University of Catalonia (Spain), the Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic) and the University of Padua will offer a Master Course in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions, beginning in October 2008.
The Master Course has duration of one academic year (12 months) and is intended for civil engineers with a higher education degree of four or five years. Students should carry out the coursework and the thesis in two different countries, obtaining a degree recognized by the two Institutions.


Application for a Consortium Scholarship: 31 May 2008
Regular application for the Master program: 14 September 2008



Master Course Secretariat
Tel.: +351 253510498
Fax +351 253510217


Publication: The Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Iraq

Edited by Peter Stone & Joanne Farchakh Bajjaly

Discussion of the issues surrounding the destruction of cultural property in times of conflict has become a key issue for debate around the world. This book provides an historical statement as of 1st March 2006 concerning the destruction of the cultural heritage in Iraq. In a series of chapters it outlines the personal stories of a number of individuals who were - and in most cases continue to be - involved. These individuals are involved at all levels, and come from various points along the political spectrum, giving a rounded and balanced perspective so easily lost in single authored reports. It also provides the first views written by Iraqis on the situation of archaeology in Iraq under Saddam and an overview and contextualisation of the issues surrounding the looting, theft and destruction of the archaeological sites, the Iraqi National museum and the libraries in Baghdad since the war was launched in 2003. Beyond this, It examines our attitudes towards the preservation of cultural and heritage resources and, in particular, the growing political awareness of their importance. Although related to a single conflict, taking place at a specific time in history, the relevance of this work goes far beyond these self-imposed boundaries.
The Editors: PETER STONE is Professor of Heritage Studies and Head of School of Arts and Cultures at Newcastle University. JOANNE FARCHAKH BAJJALY is an independent researcher, journalist and archaeologist, and is Middle East correspondent for the French magazine Archeologia.
352 pages
24 colour, 44 b/w & 1 line illustrations
ISBN 978 1 84383 384 0
US$95.00 / 50.00 euro

Publisher's Website:

International Council on Monuments and Sites/
Conseil International des Monuments et des Sites
International Secretariat / Secretariat International
49-51 rue de la Federation
75015 Paris - France
Tel : 33 (0) 1 45 67 67 70
Fax : 33 (0) 1 45 66 06 22
e-mail :


14) Nominations open for the 2008 Heritage Council Awards
The Heritage Council are opening nominations for the Heritage Council Awards 2008
This year there will be three award categories:
These awards recognise outstanding commitment and contribution to heritage conservation in Western Australia.
The nominations close 24 April at 5.00pm and the awards finalists and winners will be announced by the Minister for Heritage, Hon Michelle Roberts MLA, at a cocktail function in June.
For further information about the awards, please contact Katie Ryan,

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