A new study on quality in 3D digitisation of tangible cultural heritage which ICOMOS and ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Heritage Documentation (CIPA) contributed to has just been released.
The European Chemicals Agency's (ECHA) plan to include lead in the list of substances subject to authorisation (appendix XIV of the REACH Regulation) would have a major impact on a substantial part of the cultural heritage sector – and in particular on the art of stained glass and the restoration of Europe’s vast heritage of historic medieval to modern stained glass. Read the joint statement by ICOMOS, ICOM, E.C.C.O., ICOMOS-Corpus Vitrearum et ICOM-Glass.
On 18 April 2022, we celebrated the International Day for Monuments and Sites with the theme of “Heritage and Climate”. ICOMOS National Committee, International Scientific Committees, Working Groups, partners and supporters around the globe participated through events, video and photographic submission. More than 50 events were organized!
Climate justice and equitiy lie at the heart of climate action and should be the foundation of our response in the heritage sector. This toolkit provides an overview of the topic alongside some best-practice examples and suggested actions and activities for ICOMOS National and Scientific Committees. These include ways to increase inclusivity and participation, promote meaningful co-production and be more sustainable.
Discover below the events planned for the 2022 edition of the International Day for Monuments and Sites.
This year, the theme is entitled Heritage and Climate. You can have further information on the theme by clicking this link.
ICOMOS is pleased to announce that Laura Robinson has been selected as the new ICOMOS Focal Point to coordinate the Our Common Dignity – Rights Based Approaches Working Group for the period 2022-2024.
The Cádiz Document: InnovaConcrete Guidelines for Conservation of Concrete Heritage provides guidance for the conservation of concrete heritage with respect to its cultural, historical, aesthetic, social and technological values that define its significance.
- Our Invited Experts to the ICOMOS Board
- Meet New ICOMOS Committee Presidents!
- Response to consultation on EIB Group policy and standards
- 1st CHARTER Meetup: How Can We Describe Working In The Cultural Heritage Sector?