• 2015-08-27 国际之声


    2015 WHITRAP Asia-Pacific Region Training on HULShanghai, China, 14-17 December 2015Application Deadline extended:November 22, 2015 (if not lives in China or visa is needed)November 28, 2015 (if lives in China or visa is not needed)The 2015 WHITRAP Asia-Pacific Region Training on HUL aims to update professionals on the what, why & how of HUL with the latest developments in the field. Furthermore, through this training course, WHITRAP pursuit to strength and enlarge the specialist network for HUL in this area of the world as well as its implementation and its capacity building programme. During four days training programme, practitioners and specialists will participate in lectures, field trip visits and roundtable discussion on HUL approach challenges and impacts in Asia-Pacific Region. All of them will be led by Chinese, Regional and International experts. Among others, Francesco Bandarin (UNESCO Advisor and Former Director of the World Heritage Centre), Susan Fayad (Coordinator Heritage Strategy for the City of Ballarat, Australia), Ken Taylor (University of Canberra) and Giulio Verdini (Director Research Institute of Urbanisation of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University -XJTLU-) will present the HUL approach and its Took Kit. Teaching Team:The teaching staffs are composed by experts on the field heritage conservation and HUL approach:­ - ZHOU Jian (Director of WHITRAP Shanghai and Professor of Urban Planning at Tongji University), ­ - SHAO Yong (Executive Director of WHITRAP Shanghai and Professor of Urban Planning at Tongji University),­ - Fancesco BANDARIN (UNESCO Advisor and Former Director of the WHC), ­ - Susan FAYAD (Coordinator of Heritage Strategy for the City of Ballarat, Australia). ­ - Ken TAYLOR (University of Canberra)­ - Giulio VERDINI (Director of Research Institute of Urbanization of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University -XJTLU-)Teaching Materials­ - Reader for the overall subject and more specific components of HUL­ - Historic Cities brochure­ - WHITRAP HUL programme HUL Brochure Working LanguageEnglishCertificateCertificate of participation of the 2015 WHITRAP Asia – Pacific Region Training on HUL, Shanghai, China, 14-17 December 2015. Participants are requiring assisting to all of the lectures and sessions of the training course. Course Fee:USD 200Participants will be responsible for their round trip travel costs to and from venue location, accommodation and living expenses. In order to cover accommodation and living expenses during the time of the course, participants should plan for a minimum allowance of 800 USD for the entire period.Candidates are strongly encouraged to seek financial support from sources such as governmental institutions, employers and funding agencies. ScholarshipScholarships available: 2 (only for subscription fee)The organizers only offers limited scholarships to the professionals/ decision makers/ cultural heritage promoters with exceptional profile and who can demonstrate that will carry out an HUL application. ApplicationPreference will be given to applicants working in Asia-Pacific RegionPlease COMPLETE the attached application form and send it together with the following materials by email to the contact address below:­ - One essay of 2 pages, about how can HUL approach contribute to the conservation processes in the applicant’s region? Give specific examples and possible cases for HUL application. ­ - Framework of Research (conceptual map)­ - Motivation Letter­ - CV­ - Endorsement of the Organization where the potential participant worksApplication Deadline:October 15, 2015 Announcement of the participants selected will send to the personal email of applicants within the next three weeks after the deadline. Correspondence:Email is encouraged. All correspondence concerning the above course should be addressed in English to: whitrap.hul@gmail.comFor more information and application form, please visit: http://www.whitr-ap.org/index.php?classid=1462&id=84&t=show

  • 2015-08-25 协会动态



  • 2015-08-24 国际之声


    Call for papers: Icon Conference 2016Icons third triennial conference will ask the conservation profession to consider its place in a challenging cultural and economic climate.Icon Conference 2016: Turn and Face the Change: Conservation in the 21st Century will take place from 15-17 June 2016 at Aston University Conference Centre, Birmingham.Papers for both the plenary and group sessions are invited to address the following themes: How can the profession get ahead of the curve and influence decision-making? Is the conservation profession keeping up with changing trends? What will the conservation profession of the future look like? What are the factors affecting emerging professionals? Is conservation in fashion? Is conservation relevant in todays digital world or how do we make it relevant? Does conservation need to challenge the established perception of the profession? What does a modern conservator look like? Have we progressed or gone full circle? What is the changing shape of conservation in the cultural sector? What are the current treatment trends? How is the profession using new technologies, techniques and science? How will the relationship between conservation and craft evolve? What are the current trends in education and training?Booking for Icon 2016 opens in November 2015.DeadlinesSend plenary session abstracts to conference@icon.org.uk by 31 October 2015Send Group submissions to your Group Chair by 31 October 2015Send abstracts for the Emerging Professionals and Education & Training sessions to Susan Bradshaw by 31 October 2015Papers will be selected by 30 November 2015Abstracts should be 150 words and include title, names, addresses and email addresses of all authors and indicate author for correspondence.For more information, please visit: http://icon.org.uk/events/icon-conference-2016-turn-and-face-change

  • 2015-08-21 国际之声


    Adaptive Re-use, The Modern Movement Towards the FutureCALL FOR PAPERSdocomomo International invites researchers and practitioners involved in the process of preservation, conservation, renovation or transformation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement, to investigate on the theme: Adaptive Re-use, The Modern Movement Towards the Future (read more on About).docomomo International is now accepting abstracts for the 14th International docomomo Conference that will take place in Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal, September 6–9, 2016. Please submit abstracts no later than October 18, 2015 (12 pm GMT), for one of the 29 thematic sessions listed below (download it here).Sessions will consist of four papers, followed by 20 minutes for discussion. Each paper should be in English and take no more than 20 minutes to present. Conference papers will be published in the conference Proceedings.Deadline:October 18, 2015 (12 pm GMT)FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES, PLEASE VISIT: http://docomomoaustralia.com.au/dcmm/news/call-for-papers/

  • 2015-08-21 国际之声


    International Conference on urban conservation: Role of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape in safeguarding modern heritage in the Arab States, Kuwait CityThe UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre and the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (NCCAL) in Kuwait organize a regional conference on the theme of urban conservation and the role of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape in safeguarding the heritage of urban and architectural modernities in the Arab World. This conference will take place in Kuwait from 1 to 3 December 2015.The conference will be held in Kuwait and will address these issues by focusing on the key point of the integration of heritage conservation in the training of future architects and urban planners of the Arab world. The participation of representatives from universities and schools of urban planning and architecture, together with participants from regional and international institutions, will be one of the bases of this meeting. This will also be an opportunity to discover modern heritage in Kuwait and this country’s experience in conserving and enhancing this heritage.Deadline: 15 September,2015详情请见UNESCO官网:http://whc.unesco.org/en/events/1248下载链接:1. 参会申请表2. 关于城市历史景观的建议书,包括定义汇编 (由协会编辑整理)

  • 2015-08-19 会员动态



  • 2015-08-17 国际之声


    Water clearly has a special place amongst the many relationships which exist between man and nature. It is a permanent and essential human need. Access to water is a vital element common to all human civilisations; there are no exceptions, meaning that all civilisations have a water culture. In the course of history, this has led to a wide variety of tangible and social expressions, which we may consider to be one of the fundamental heritages of humanity.The aim of the approach adopted for this thematic study is to provide assistance for recognising, studying and preserving heritage of this type. For this initial study, ICOMOS has chosen to focus on the region of the Middle East and the Maghreb, inside the general framework of water rarity.The thematic study proposes a typological inventory which should primarily be seen as a methodological aid for anyone wishing to consider the above-mentioned aspects, either with a view to achieving recognition and protection of such heritages by the World Heritage List or to protecting heritage in a national context.A second edition is foreseen at a later stage which would complete the overall picture with some additional contributions.下载地址:ICOMOS发表“水域文化遗产之中东及马格里布地区”专题研究论文(初版)

  • 2015-08-14 国际之声


    International Conference Announcement and Call for PapersInheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban HeritageIronbridge International Institute of Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham and National Taiwan University31 March - 4 April 2016, Taipei, TaiwanIn the context of rapid cultural and economic globalisation, over half of the World’s population now live in urban areas. Through rural migration, new economic opportunities and enhanced global mobilities, cities and towns have expanded dramatically resulting in challenges to their character and identity. Visible changes in skylines and boundaries are also accompanied by less obvious shifts in how cities preserve, present and promote their pasts and traditions against fierce and competitive demands for space. Urban heritage, as the valued tangible and intangible legacies of the past, would appear to be an increasingly important asset for communities and governments alike, allowing cities to mark their distinctiveness, attract tourists and inward investment and, retain a historical narrative that feeds into the quality of life. At the same time, new heritage – the heritage of the future - is being created in cities and towns. This reflects the patterns and trends of wider economic, social and cultural change and is resulting in ‘starchitecture’ and new iconic structures, but also in small scale interventions whereby communities are creating and nurturing buildings, objects, spaces and practices that have meaning and value to them.This conference seeks to examine the processes of protecting, planning and promoting urban heritage in the face of on-going changes, pressures and opportunities at the global and the local level. We wish to better understand the ways in which heritage can be mobilised in the development of city well-being and the changing approaches to how it is managed, taking into account issues of ownership, responsibility, local and national economies and identities. Critically we address the question of long term sustainability and pose the question of what will future residents, communities and tourists inherit from their towns and cities? The Conference aims to provide critical dialogue beyond disciplinary boundaries and we invite papers from all disciplines and fields including: anthropology, architecture, archaeology, art history, cultural geography, cultural studies, design, ethnology and folklore, economics, history, heritage studies, landscape studies, leisure studies, museum studies, philosophy, political science, sociology, tourism studies, urban history, urban/spatial planning.We welcome perspectives on all aspects of urban heritage / heritage in the urban context - world heritage, historic urban landscapes, colonial heritage, religious heritage, intangible heritage and traditions, museum heritage, food heritage etc. Potential themes of interest include: Innovative modalities of protection and planning urban heritage Community approaches to and uses of, urban heritage City based tourism and visitor economies of urban heritage Urban heritage as a form of social resistance Heritage as city memory Cosmopolitan urban heritage and re-creating identities Global and mega-city competition through heritage Revitalising the city through heritage Sub-urban and sub-altern heritage Urban spaces, traditions and intangible heritagePlease send a 300 word abstract of your paper with a clear title and full contact details to ironbridge@contacts.bham.ac.uk as soon as possible.Deadline: 15 October 2015For more information, visit conference website and university official website. Download postcard, click here.

  • 2015-08-07 国际之声


    50th Anniversary Publication - Call for contributionsFrom 22-24 June 2015, the Conference “Heritage in Transformation” and the commemorating ceremony of the 50th anniversary of the founding of ICOMOS were held in Warsaw and gathered over 200 participants, representing ICOMOS National and International Scientific Committees from around the world.ICOMOS Poland is planning to edit the conference publication Heritage in Transformation and invites additional authors to submit proposals of articles by 30 September 2015 to icomos50@gmail.comDownload the call for contributions and the paper format

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