ICOMOS Sydney GA2020 Marker Event: Registration is now open!

SydneyAustralia ICOMOS invites our global colleagues to join a special Marker Event to acknowledge the excellent work and wonderful support for the 20th Triennial General Assembly and Scientific Symposium of ICOMOS that could not be hosted in Sydney in 2020.

The GA2020 Marker Event will be held online on Wednesday 7 October 2020 from 8.00pm AEDT (Sydney / Canberra), 11:00 am CEST (Paris), 5:00 am EDT (New York).

The event will be a live-streamed panel discussion involving the 14 multi-national expert co-chairs of the GA2020 Scientific Symposium streams, on the theme of Shared Cultures - Shared Heritage - Shared Responsibility; and will include the launch of a special 'legacy' issue of Historic Environment as well as the proposed themes for ICOMOS GA2023.

The event is complimentary and open to members of ICOMOS and other partner organisations and communities. Attendees will be able to access the event in English, or via simultaneous translation in French and Spanish.

GO TO link Register here to secure your virtual spot!

For more information on the program and registration visit this page.

For enquiries, please contact the ICOMOS GA2020 Scientific Symposium Co-Chairs; Dr Steve Brown & Dr Ona Vileikis at enquiries@icomosga2023.org.

Photo crédits: Australia ICOMOS

See also:

GO TO link More information about ICOMOS 20th General Assembly

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