GA2023 – Exclusive Super Early Bird offer!

L'Opéra de Sydney - un bien du patrimoine mondial et le lieu de la cérémonie d'ouverture de l’AG2023The Super Early Bird Registration for the 2023 General Assembly in Sydney is now open! Discover what this special offer includes and register now. The offer is available until 10 September.

The General Assembly – ‘GA2023’ – offers an exciting ten-day program of site visits, workshops, lectures, expert meetings, and social events.

Join cultural heritage colleagues from around the world at the ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, from 31 August to 9 September 2023 in Sydney, Australia.

The five-day Scientific Symposium, under the theme: 'Heritage Changes', will examine the tumultuous changes in the first years of the 2020s, through a multi-stream program that provides delegates with a rich array of engaging and thought-provoking sessions in diverse formats.

Why register early? Super early bird registration includes:

  • A $200+ discount on standard registration
  • 1 x complimentary Gala Dinner ticket - exclusive super early bird offer saving an extra $80!

As well as several registration benefits.

GO TO link Register here:
Offer available until 10 September.

GO TO link Find all the information about this offer in English, French and Spanish in the following document: 29_July_2022_EDM_-_GA2023_exclusive_Super_Early_Bird_offer.pdf 

Image: Sydney Opera House – a World Heritage property and venue for the GA2023 Opening Ceremony


See also

Statement on GA2020 and the ICOMOS 2023 General Assembly

ICOMOS GA2020 Scientific Symposium abstracts are available!

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