En 2017, la 19e Assemblée générale triennale et le Comité consultatif annuel auront lieu du 19 au 25 novembre 2017 (dates provisoires) à Delhi, à l'invitation d'ICOMOS Inde.
À cette occasion un Symposium scientifique international sur le thème « Patrimoine et Démocratie » (titre provisoire) sera organisé.
Plus d'informations seront affichées en temps voulu.
In 2015, ICOMOS will celebrate its 50th anniversary. All Committees and members are invited to organise events to make this a memorable jubilee!
Accreditation of events and logo
The International Secretariat has designed an official 50th anniversary logo which must be used by all accredited events in order to ensure a consistent visual identity for this world-wide celebration. ICOMOS Committees may adapt the logo to include the name of their country or Committee.
Please consult the Principles for event patronage (Word document) to ensure that your event is officially accredited by ICOMOS and that you have permission to use the logo. Members must also liaise with their National and International Scientific Committee before making a proposal for an event accreditation to the ICOMOS International Secretariat.
Official website and events agenda
The International Secretariat will maintain a dedicated webpage with the agenda of all scheduled events. Once your event has been granted official ICOMOS patronage, please write to secretariat[at]icomos.org using the format below (please use short sentences to enable a concise presentation) so that we can publicize your event:
PSD (Photoshop) files
PMS: 357 (Pantone ref.)
CJN: C80, J100, N50
RVB: R33, V91, B51;
Web reference: #215B33)
IMAGES for the WEB (JPEG low resolution)
JPEG higher resolution
You are reminded that all third parties wishing to use the ICOMOS name and logo (name logo, pegasus logo, and 50th anniversary logo) must obtain prior permission from the ICOMOS International Secretariat.
18 April 2015: ICOMOS is 50
The Second Congress of Architects and Specialists of Historic Buildings, held in Venice in 1964, adopted 13 resolutions, the first being the International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites, better known as the Venice Charter, and the second, put forward by UNESCO, provided for the creation of ICOMOS.