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Friday 9 October 2009



1)  Australia ICOMOS 2010 Conference - call for papers

2)  REMINDER - Burra Charter Guidelines survey

3)  Australia ICOMOS - Canberra Talk Series

4)  Australia ICOMOS New Membership Applications

5)  Heritage Industry Skills and Training Needs Questionnaire - 1-12 October 2009

6)  Review of EPBC Act, 1999 - update available online

7)  Celebrate 30 years of Museum Studies at Deakin University

8)  SAHC 2010 - deadline for paper submission extended

9)  GHF featured on Fox Business

10) Cairns Heritage Study - offers invited

11) Ename Centre newsletter available online

12) Links to recent DEWHA media releases

13) News from ICCROM

14) News from the ICOMOS Documentation Centre

14a) Historic Environment - Call for Papers 'Convict Heritage': deadline for submission of abstracts extended

15) Bonegilla Block 19 Site Coordinator, City of Wodonga

16) Archaeologist, Austral Archaeology, Sydney

17) Assistant Professor in Museum Studies, University of Canberra

18) Research & Interpretation Supervisor, Kingston & Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA)


1) Australia ICOMOS 2010 Conference - call for papers




22 - 25 April, 2010, Broken Hill, Australia


Australia ICOMOS, TICCIH (The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage) and the City of Broken Hill are convening the annual Australia ICOMOS conference to be held in Broken Hill on 22 - 25 April 2010.  The conference will be held at the Broken Hill Entertainment Centre in Blende Street, Broken Hill. 


Papers are now sought, with applicants to submit abstracts related to the three Conference Themes:


  Theme 1 - Management of Historic Towns

general management issues in addition to local, national and world heritage listing of historic towns and associated protective mechanisms

  Theme 2 - Industrial Heritage

the management challenges of industrial infrastructure

  Theme 3 - Remote Pastoralism

the changing cultural landscapes and the technology of pastoralism


Call for Papers - closing date Friday 30 October 2009


Abstracts for papers are requested in two categories:


         Abstract for 20 minute paper on themes outlined above

         Abstract for Snap Shot presentations, for a 6 minute presentation


Only contributions which are related to the three conference themes will be considered. For further information concerning contributions and to download the application forms for the submission of abstracts, visit http://www.aicomos.com/2010-conference/call-for-papers/


Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 4 December 2009.


Format of conference

The event will consist of three days of morning presentations with three afternoons of specially designed tours to cover each of the themes.  In addition, a special welcome event will be held in the recently restored Sullys Emporium, now the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.  The conference will provide participants with a unique Australia outback experience, rare access to special heritage places and true country hospitality.   The conference will also showcase Broken Hill's success in inventing a new future and discuss the city's application for National Heritage Listing.


Who should attend?

The conference will appeal to local government planners, architects, historians, landscape architects, archaeologists and others with a general interest in managing Australia's unique heritage. 


Registration and Lodgings

Please note that participants are required to pay for attendance to the conference.  There are no free registrations provided for paper presenters - in this way, the conference fees can be kept to a minimum to make the conference affordable for as many people as possible.


Estimated conference fees are proposed as follows (please note they are still to be confirmed). All prices are GST inclusive:

  Early Bird ICOMOS Members                       $ 475 (payable by 26 February 2010)

  Standard ICOMOS Members                        $ 575

  Early Bird Non-ICOMOS-Members               $ 575 (payable by 26 February 2010)

  Non-Members  of ICOMOS                           $ 675

  Student                                                            $ 330


The above figures exclude accommodation, and the conference dinner (which will be reasonably priced).  Tickets for the afternoon tours and social events can be separately purchased by accompanying persons. 


Draft Program

Day 1 - Thursday 22 April - welcome drinks at Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery (formerly Sullys Emporium, an adapted heritage building, and winner of many heritage awards), in the main street of Broken Hill, Argent St.  

Day 2 - Friday 23 April - Theme 1 Management of Historic Towns - plenary session, morning papers, guided bus tour of Broken Hill focusing on Theme 1. Conference dinner in the evening.

Day 3 - Saturday 24 April - Theme 2 Industrial Heritage Sites - plenary session, morning papers, guided bus tour of Broken Hill, Silverton and nearby area focusing on Theme 2.  Evening meal at the Silverton Hotel. 

Day 4 - Sunday 25 April, Anzac Day - (opportunity to attend the dawn service in Broken Hill), Theme 3 Remote Pastoralism- plenary session, morning papers, guided bus tour of Broken Hill focusing on Theme 3.  Final sunset drinks at the Sculptures in the Living Desert.. 


Pre and Post Conference Tours

These are being developed and details will be released in late November.


Conference Organising Committee

Conference Convenor - Ray Tonkin

Helen Lardner

Timothy Hubbard

Sue Jackson Stepowski

Elizabeth Vines

Helen Wilson

(and input from many other advisors)


For further information about the conference visit http://www.aicomos.com/2010-conference/.


For further information about ICOMOS visit www.icomos.org/australia and for information about call for papers email bradley@ccem.com.au at Countrywide Conference & Event Management. Any general queries about the conference to be sent to stepowsk@tpg.com.au.


2) REMINDER - Burra Charter Guidelines survey


Thanks to all those who have already responded to the initial survey about the Burra Charter Guidelines. There is still time to respond! And the survey is really short - 5 minutes maximum.


Click this link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=kAD6_2b33Q45tSTSrhgaoH4Q_3d_3d


Everyone's contributions are welcome. Please alert other colleagues to this important survey.


Please note: the survey closes October 16.


3) Australia ICOMOS - Canberra Talk Series


Gothic Revival to Radio Telescopes - Heritage at the University Of Sydney

Derek Hallam


The identified heritage of the University of Sydney starts in the 1850s and runs to the mid to late 20th Century.  The general perception of its heritage is the classic Sydney 'Sandstone and Cedar'.  But the reality is very much more complex.  Arguably the built heritage is very much the servant of the intangible heritage of the social demands for tertiary education, education methods and research demands.  Is it the 'School on the hill' or the bravura symbol of Australia growing to nationhood, and subsequent elitism of tertiary education in the Oxbridge mold?  This brief exploration is stimulated by the conservation plan prepared for the whole 'main campus'.


Derek Hallam moved from an early career in structures to project management and direction.  Picking up on an interest in conserving our older places, a formal expertise was developed working in the Commonwealth on public assets such as Kirribilli House and Lancer Barracks at Parramatta, later moving to the University of Sydney with overall environment and heritage responsibilities.


Members and the public are welcome.  Refreshments will be available.  This is part of a series of talks organised in Canberra by Australia ICOMOS.


Time & Date:  5.00-6.30 pm, Thursday 22 October 2009 - the talk will actually start at 5.30.

Venue:  Menzies Room, National Archives of Australia, East Block, Queen Victoria Terrace, Parkes (enter from Kings Avenue side).

RSVP:  To Duncan Marshall at marsd@ozemail.com.au


4) Australia ICOMOS New Membership Applications


Attention members! Please forward the following to students, recent graduates, colleagues or contacts who may be interested in joining ICOMOS.


There are lots of benefits of joining ICOMOS - not only the fantastic people you will meet but Membership of Australia ICOMOS brings discounts at ICOMOS functions, at many conferences in Australia and internationally and on ICOMOS publications. The E-mail News provides a weekly bulletin board of information and events in Australia and overseas, including state based events, conferences and site visits, as well as information on heritage publications, funding and grant opportunities, course details and job offers. Members also receive a number of issues annually of the Australia ICOMOS refereed journal Historic Environment. Applications for members to join the Australia ICOMOS Executive Committee (EC) are encouraged from all states and territories. For Young Professional and full Members, the International ICOMOS card gives free or reduced rate entry to many historic and cultural sites.


Australia ICOMOS welcomes new members and would like to encourage students and young cultural heritage graduates to apply for membership. There are various membership categories and applications can be to be made to the Secretariat:


  Those who are interested in ICOMOS but who do not meet the requirements for full membership, or else do not have heritage conservation as their core focus, could apply to become Associates of ICOMOS.


  Those at the beginning of a career in architecture, archaeology, planning or history with 3 years experience and who are under 30 years of age may be eligible for Young Professional membership at reduced rates.


The membership forms and details are available on the web page www.icomos.org/australia and from Georgia Meros at the Secretariat, phone (03) 9251 7131 or austicomos@deakin.edu.au. All applications are received at the Secretariat and referred to the Executive Committee (EC) for consideration. Completed applications must be received 4-6 weeks before the Executive Committee meeting date to allow consideration. If received after this, they are held over to the next meeting.


Please note, to be considered at the November 2009 Executive Committee meeting, applications would need to be in to the Secretariat by COB 22 OCTOBER 2009.


Think about it now.


Please send in applications to the Australia ICOMOS Secretariat or if further information is required contact the Membership Secretary, Helen Wilson at wilsonhelen@optusnet.com.au.


5) Heritage Industry Skills and Training Needs Questionnaire - 1-12 October 2009


Closing Soon-Do Not Miss Out!


The Heritage Chairs of Australia and New Zealand (HCOANZ) have commissioned the Heritage Trades and Professional Training Project to document and evaluate existing professional and trades training and assess community and industry requirements and identify actions needed to address historic heritage training needs.


We are seeking the views of individuals and organisations in the Heritage industry on the skills and professional training needs of people working in the management and conservation of historic heritage places through a Heritage Industry Skills and Training Needs Questionnaire.


The survey will be accessible midnight on Monday 12th October.


Please take a few moments to complete the survey at:



Or via the GML Website: www.gml.com.au


Your information and opinions will assist with future policy and programs for the development and delivery of appropriate historic heritage training in Australia and New Zealand.


The Heritage Trades and Professional Training Project is being managed by Heritage Victoria on behalf of HCOANZ. The project is being undertaken by a collaborative team from Godden Mackay Logan Pty Ltd, La Trobe University and the Donald Horne Institute for Cultural Heritage at the University of Canberra.


Please feel free to pass this information to colleagues or friends who may find the project of interest.


For further information about this project, please contact the research team c/- amyg@gml.com.au.


6) Review of EPBC Act, 1999 - update available online


To view an update on the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and

Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), visit



7) Celebrate 30 years of Museum Studies at Deakin University


Deakin University presents a free Symposium - Celebrating 30 years of teaching Museum Studies where graduates established in the industry explore creativity in the museum profession.


Thursday 29 October 2009 - Symposium commences at 4.00pm


Join us for refreshments at 5.30pm


Deakin University Art Gallery,

Deakin University (building fa), 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood.


(please see attached flier for further details)


Please register your attendance by Friday 23 October for catering purposes

Registration closes Friday 23 October


Registration and enquiries

Lorna Walsh

Phone: (03) 9244 3710

E-mail: lorna.walsh@deakin.edu.au


8) SAHC 2010 - deadline for paper submission extended


The deadline for paper submission has been extended to 23 October 2009. See http://www.sahc2010.org for details.


The conference will be held in Shanghai, China, on October 6-8, 2010 (SAHC-2010). SAHC-2010 will provide a forum for practitioners and researchers to exchange views and experiences in future direction and cooperation in historic buildings, including conservation and strengthening, seismic behaviour and retrofitting, development and protection, inspection and monitoring, non-destructive testing, experimental results and laboratory testing, analytical and numerical approaches, historical aspects and general methodology, innovative and traditional materials / technology, case-studies and so on.


9) GHF featured on Fox Business


Global Heritage Fund's Jeff Morgan was interviewed on Fox Business with Brian Sullivan recently on the potential for cultural tourism to help developing countries.


To view the interview, visit:



GHF was invited onto the show as part of their G20 Meeting coverage.


10) Cairns Heritage Study - offers invited


The Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM) is inviting Offers for Provision of Services for the Cairns Heritage Study - Stage 2


The Study is being commissioned by DERM, in conjunction with the Cairns Regional Council (CRC) to fulfill the Council's and the Department's requirements for improved information about the Cultural Significance of historic places within the study area.  The project will provide information for listing places on the Council's local heritage register and Queensland Heritage Register.


The objectives of the Cairns Heritage Study Stage Two are:


    To assess the cultural significance of post-contact historic places within the former Cairns City Council area that have been identified during stage one of the heritage study

    To prepare policies and guidelines for protecting the heritage values of places of post-contact cultural significance within the former Cairns City Council area.

    To document places of cultural significance in a format that will support their protection under the Local Heritage Register / Planning Scheme or the Queensland Heritage Register.


Request for Offer No EN508181 is available on the Queensland Government Chief Procurement Office website:  www.qgm.qld.gov.au under 'eTender system for Government Suppliers'. Closing date for offers is 26 October 2009.


Information about the Offer document can be obtained from Craig Coombs via email procurement.epa@epa.qld.gov.au.


11) Ename Centre newsletter available online


To view the latest Ename Centre newsletter, visit http://www.enamecenter.org/files/newsletter/sept09/EN/sept09AL.html


12) Links to recent DEWHA media releases


$5.5 million heritage investment supports WA jobs



$453,000 heritage investment supports ACT jobs



$1.4 million in heritage conservation projects to support NT jobs



$5.5 million for heritage projects in WA under the Jobs Fund; NT proposal for crocodile safaris; oil spill; Beds are Burning



13) News from ICCROM


To view the October 2009 news from ICCROM, visit http://www.iccrom.org/index.shtml


14) News from the ICOMOS Documentation Centre



(http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/ )


  Industrial and Technical Heritage in the World Heritage List  (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/worldheritage-industrialsites.pdf)


  Rock Art Sites in the World Heritage List  (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/rock_art_sites.pdf)


  World Heritage Cultural Landscapes  (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/culturallandscapes.pdf


  World Heritage Urban Sites (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/worldheritagehistorictowns.pdf)


  World Heritage in Africa (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/worldheritageinafrica.pdf)


  World Heritage in Asia and Pacific (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/worldheritageinasia-pacific.pdf)


  Patrimonio Mundial en America Latina y Caribe (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/worldheritageinlatin-america.pdf)


  Conservation of stone (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/stone.pdf)


  Industrial and technical heritage (http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/bib/industrialheritage.pdf)






  Papers of the ICOMOS Scientific Symposium: "Changing World, Changing Views of Heritage: The impact of global change on cultural heritage - Technological Change" (Malta, 7th Oct 2009)  (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/icomos-scientific-symposium-changing.html


  Workshop on inventories/Atelier sur les inventaires: proceedings / Actes (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/workshop-on-inventoriesatelier-sur-les.html)  


  ICOMOS France: New publication - "Structures en bois dans le patrimoine bati" (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/icomos-france-new-publication.html)  


  Australia ICOMOS: (Un)Loved Modern Conference papers available online (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/australia-icomos-unloved-modern.html)  


  "World Heritage Status: Is there an Opportunity for Economic Gain?: Research and analysis of the socio-economic impact potential of UNESCO World Heritage Site status" (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/world-heritage-status-is-there.html)  


  "Esempi di Architettura: Rehabilitation planning in the historical towns of the occupied Palestinian territory", edited by Elisa Palazzo (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/09/esempi-di-architettura-n7.html)


  Proceedings online: IX World Congress of the Organization of World Heritage Cities (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/proceedings-online-ix-world-congress-of.html


  Getty Research Library: New titles in the conservation collection (August 2009) (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/getty-research-library-new-titles-in.html)


  RehabiMed Bulletin, no 14 (http://icomosdocumentationcentre.blogspot.com/2009/10/rehabimed-bulletin-n-14.html)


14a) Historic Environment - Call for Papers 'Convict Heritage': deadline for submission of abstracts extended


The Editorial Committee is proposing a volume of Historic Environment dedicated to convict heritage, to be published next year to coincide with the decision on the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage nomination.  For further information about the current World Heritage nomination and the sites that have been selected for inclusion, the document can be downloaded at http://www.environment.gov.au/heritage/publications/about/convict-sites.html.  We anticipate that the majority of the papers will be concerned with the Australian transportation and convict experience, with hopefully a substantial contribution of offerings about the challenges of conserving and interpreting these places today, but papers that take a broader international or historic perspective on the phenomenon would also be welcome.  If you would like to contribute to this particular theme could you please contact one of the guest editors for this volume - either Jane Harrington (jane.harrington@portarthur.org.au) or Peter Romey (peterr@gml.com.au) with a title and short abstract by Friday 25 October 2009.


Completed papers will be required by 1 December 2009. If you have any queries please contact either Jane or Peter.


15) Bonegilla Block 19 Site Coordinator, City of Wodonga


Bonegilla Block 19 Site Coordinator


Part time position - 19 hours per week

$28,829 to $31,280 per annum


The Site Coordinator will develop and strategically position the Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre as a cultural tourism and community asset of national significance which commemorates the history of post-war migration to Australia. More specifically, the Site Coordinator will be accountable for the implementation of the Stage 1 Business Plan for Bonegilla including conservation, visitor support, interpretation, education, marketing and income generation for the site.


Please obtain an information package before applying for this position, by either:

  calling in at the City of Wodonga reception desk

  telephoning customer service on (02) 6022 9300

  emailing hr@wodonga.vic.gov.au

  visiting our website: www.wodonga.vic.gov.au


Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 14 October, 2009.


16) Archaeologist, Austral Archaeology, Sydney



Austral Archaeology Pty Ltd, Sydney

Full time permanent position


Austral Archaeology Pty. Ltd. is a leading cultural heritage firm. We have the capability to conduct Aboriginal and historical projects across Australia, with offices in Adelaide and Sydney and close links with an affiliated company, Austral Tasmania Pty Ltd, based in Hobart. The company is one of the longest established cultural heritage consultancies in Australia and provides advice and services in relation to both historic and Aboriginal cultural heritage. The company maintains an independently certified quality management system compliant with AS/NZS ISO9001: 2008.


We require a suitably qualified archaeologist to join our Stanmore office in Sydney NSW. Ideally the candidate will have some experience in both Aboriginal and Historical Heritage. The advertised position would suit a person with one to two years experience or a recent graduate.


We are looking for someone who is motivated and keen to learn the full range of requisite skills as part of a small mentored team.


This is a full time permanent position with a three month probationary period. An appropriate salary will be negotiated depending on qualifications and experience.

Applicants must include a current Curriculum Vitae and address the criteria listed in the Job Specification for this position. Copies of the specification are available from info@australarchaeology.com.au.


Applicants should include the name, address and contact number of two current referees. Applications close on 23rd October 2009 and should be forwarded to Justin McCarthy on justin@australarchaeology.com.au.


17) Assistant Professor in Museum Studies, University of Canberra


Assistant Professor in Museum Studies

Faculty of Arts and Design


Now is an exciting period of growth and renewal at the University of Canberra and we have new opportunities for ambitious academics.


By joining the University of Canberra you can be part of a high-performance, high-remuneration University with a bold vision and clear strategy.


    19 percent pay rise 2010 to 2012*

    17 percent employer superannuation contributions

    Accelerated career path


2010 Salary Packages** - Academic Level B/C $87,018 - $122,170


*Performance contingent

** inclusive of superannuation


Vacancy Reference Number: 09/2123


The Faculty of Arts and Design seeks a dynamic academic keen to contribute to the development of the University's Discipline of Cultural Heritage. The successful applicant will have an established track record in cultural heritage research, as well as substantial first-hand experience in museums practice. This is a combined teaching and research position. The appointee will teach into the Bachelor of Cultural Heritage and the Bachelor of Cultural Heritage Conservation.  Postgraduate teaching in these areas will be introduced in 2010.


For further information about the position please contact Dr Tracy Ireland (02) 6201 2957.


Closing Date: 30 October 2009


The University is an EO employer offering excellent conditions and benefits including generous superannuation.


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.


For more information on this position and how to apply, visit http://www.canberra.edu.au/hr/jobs


18) Research & Interpretation Supervisor, Kingston & Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA)


Research & Interpretation Supervisor - (Re-Advertised)

Kingston & Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA)


FT 349, two year term with a possible third-year extension

Salary range $45,664 - $47,847 p.a. (subject to qualifications, skills and experience) with up to a 10% gratuity


The KAVHA Board is seeking to appoint a Research & Interpretation Supervisor, based in the historic town of Kingston on Norfolk Island.  This will be a senior high-level position within KAVHA.  The research and interpretation area is expected to grow, and the successful applicant will take a leading role in developing a range of new services, income sources and job opportunities.


Tasks will include:

  Developing innovative educational and interpretive programs.

  Establishing and managing an archive, library and exhibition space, and developing research and trades collections.

  Managing the use of the building by providers of functions and events.

  Organizing tour programs, conducting tours and liaising with tour operators.

  Assisting a wide range of researchers including historians, archaeologists, genealogists, place interpreters and linguists.

  Delivering public presentations and developing co-operative and collaborative relationships with stakeholders and other sites, on- and off-island.

  Implementing best practice record keeping, archival and library management systems.

  Identifying opportunities for generating income from the collections and grant funding.

  Supervising interpretive and research staff, trainees and volunteers.

  Managing heritage databases, spreadsheets and other computer-based information software and preparing online content for the KAVHA website.

  Actively contributing to KAVHA's management team.


This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an experienced and energetic professional to shape the development of a new, small scale, integrated archive, library, exhibition and interpretive facility in a historic building, in accordance with emerging convergence models for managing cultural institutions, within an isolated place of community, national and world significance. 


The position comes with a tax-free salary, a performance-based annual gratuity in lieu of superannuation linked to a performance based contract, and relocation assistance.


A position specification containing the full criteria along with the major responsibilities is available from our website www.info.gov.nf or by contacting the Human Resources Office at Kingston (phone +6723 22001 extension 2).  The position specification forms an integral part of this advertisement.  Further information can be obtained by contacting the KAVHA Site Manager on telephone +6723 22290 during business hours or email bbaskerville@admin.gov.nf.


Appointments will be on merit according to skills and experience and in accordance with the Public Sector Management Act.  If you are interested in this position you will need to submit a comprehensive written application addressing the criteria contained in the relevant position specification. Applications will also need to include two recent work related references and two nominated referees.


Applications should be lodged with the Human Resources section at the Administration offices by 4 pm. (Norfolk Island time) on Friday 23 October 2009.

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