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ICOM Australia COVID-19

Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues nationally and internationally the impact on us all is profound. Cultural institutions are dealing with the pandemic is a range of ways. An Australian guide for cultural insitutions has been developed and ICOM internationally has issued a message. More


 

Vale Ron Vanderwal

ICOM Australia Award winner and pioneering Australasian archaelogist Ron Vanderwal died on 19 July 2021. Ron's anthropological and archeaological journey commenced formally in the 1960s. ICOM Australia extends sympathy to Ron's family, friends and colleagues. More


 

New Executive Board

ICOM Australia's new Executive Board was elected at the AGM on 8 June 2021. More


 

2020 annual report

ICOM international's 2020 annual report is availalbe online. Annual report


 

Anniversary

Blue Shield is marking 25 years of helping to protect cultural heritage from conflict and disaster. More


 

 

Update on museum definition

ICOM international has been progressing the work on revising and updating the definition of what constitutes a museum.

Results of consultation phases 1 and 2

ICOM museum definition phase 3 survey


 

AMaGA 2022 national conference

A call for paper abstracts is open until 30 September 2021 for the Australian Museums and Galleries Association 2022 National Conference to be held in Perth. More

 


 

ICOM Australia Justice equality diversity statement

ICOM Australia advocates for inclusive, participatory and sustainable museums. ICOM Australia stands against all forms of racial injustice and inequality and advocates for change.

As the leading membership body representing the Australian museums, galleries, heritage and archives internationally, we take an active part in ending racism in the heritage sector. More


 

 

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ICOM Australia e-newsletter

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 ICOM e-newsletter


 

ICOM Australia news