Calendar

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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National Trust QLD eventNational Trust QLD event

Time: 5:00 pm

Join the National Trust QLD to celebrate the launch of the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival in Queensland! Keynote Presentation: Professor John Schofield: Topic: ‘The Vitality of Heritage: People and the Future’.
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Port Arthur TalkPort Arthur Talk

Time: 5:00 pm

"It’s all stuffed! The value of historical photographs in researching the taxidermy collection at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery", presented by Belinda Bauer
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18 April event SA18 April event SA

Time: 4:30 pm

"The 2018 Attingham Summer School – A study of historic houses and gardens in the United Kingdom". Please join Heritage South Australia, in partnership with Australia ICOMOS, for South Australia’s International Day on Monuments and Sites event.
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2019 Jim Kerr Address2019 Jim Kerr Address

Time: 5:30 pm

Australia ICOMOS is pleased to announce that Professor Bruce Pascoe will deliver the 2019 Jim Kerr Address.
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DU Cultural Heritage SeminarDU Cultural Heritage Seminar

Time: 5:00 pm

A presentation by Professor Andrea Witcomb (Deakin University), on “Port Arthur and the Spectre of Homophobia in Australia”.
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Thrill of the Dark conferenceThrill of the Dark conference

The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy - Over recent years there has been tremendous interest in ‘dark heritage’ and associated ‘dark tourism’ but still we struggle with the powerful attraction of the darkness, the thrill it can provide, where (and if) we draw boundaries around its commodification, its representation, and the experiences we seek from it.
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Thrill of the Dark conferenceThrill of the Dark conference

The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy - Over recent years there has been tremendous interest in ‘dark heritage’ and associated ‘dark tourism’ but still we struggle with the powerful attraction of the darkness, the thrill it can provide, where (and if) we draw boundaries around its commodification, its representation, and the experiences we seek from it.
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Skilled Artisan ExhibitionSkilled Artisan Exhibition

Practice Makes Perfect Skilled Artisan Exhibition, hosted by Mission to Seafarers.
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Thrill of the Dark conferenceThrill of the Dark conference

The Thrill of the Dark: Heritages of Fear, Fascination and Fantasy - Over recent years there has been tremendous interest in ‘dark heritage’ and associated ‘dark tourism’ but still we struggle with the powerful attraction of the darkness, the thrill it can provide, where (and if) we draw boundaries around its commodification, its representation, and the experiences we seek from it.
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Skilled Artisan ExhibitionSkilled Artisan Exhibition

Practice Makes Perfect Skilled Artisan Exhibition, hosted by Mission to Seafarers.
more info

Sydney Town Hall walkSydney Town Hall walk

Time: 11:00 am

Around About Sydney Town Hall – A walk with Roy Lumby. Presented by the Twentieth Century Heritage Society of NSW & ACT.
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WA Heritage Council 2019 confWA Heritage Council 2019 conf

The WA Heritage Council is pleased to announce that their second conference will take place in April 2019 with the theme “Handle with Care”.
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WA Heritage Council 2019 confWA Heritage Council 2019 conf

The WA Heritage Council is pleased to announce that their second conference will take place in April 2019 with the theme “Handle with Care”.
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Kingston’s Vision talkKingston’s Vision talk

Time: 6:00 pm

"Kingston’s Vision – South Australia’s Earliest and Most Enigmatic Piece of Furniture", presented by Justin Gare as a SA History Festival event.
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