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Call for applications to the 2009 US/ICOMOS International Exchange Program

Host a US/ICOMOS International Intern in 2009


Executive Director of US/ICOMOS
Elected President of ICOMOS (pdf press release)


CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
2009 US/ICOMOS Ann Webster Smith Award (due February 1, 2009)



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SAVE THE DATE

 

12th US/ICOMOS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
March 11-15, 2009, New Orleans


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

 

PRESERVATION IN PERIL:

Disaster Preparedness, Rapid Response, and
Sustainable Recovery in the 21st Century

 

Jonathan Poston, Clemson University/Charleston
Chair, 2009 Symposium Committee

US/ICOMOS is negotiating with the Hotel Monteleone to serve as the conference hotel for the 12th US/ICOMOS
International Symposium

INTERNS IN ACTION
< Dana Turekulova (Kazakhstan)
in New Mexico with Cornerstones


 

US/ICOMOS Newsletter
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2008 no 2

2007 no. 4 &
2008 no. 1

2007 no. 3

2007 no. 2

2007 no. 1
(2006 Annual Report)

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Members of the US/ICOMOS Committee on Cultural Landscapes
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MORE US/ICOMOS PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES, AND SPECIAL INITIATIVES

TERRA 2008: Call for Abstracts and Posters
Tenth International Conference on the Study and
Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE
First World Conference on Global Climate Change and
Its Impact on Structures of Cultural Heritage
May 5-7, 2008  -  Macau SAR China
Inter-ISC Cooperative Project Global Climate Change and its effect on Cultural Heritage

International Symposium on Cultural Landscapes-Cultural Towns Sept 7-9, 2007 in New Harmony, IN (pdf file)

Minutes of the Historic Landscapes Committee meeting held in San Francisco, April 2007 New Intern Host Organization Clemson University/Charleston Reception for US/ICOMOS Interns
Summer 2007 Board Meeting in New Mexico
Pre-meeting tours and reception -
click here for photos -
10th US/ICOMOS International Symposium
San Francisco, California, April 18 - 21, 2007
Click here for photos
Developing a New Tentative List for Inscription of US Sites on the World Heritage List
Meeting on the Hague Convention Ghana Evaluation Mission & Internship
US-Jamaica Exchange (2005-2006) Cornerstones Reception in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Historic Charleston's Online Mapping Site Heritage Recovery After Katrina
Xi'an Declaration on the Conservation of the Setting of Heritage Structures, Sites, and Areas , October 22, 2005 [pdf file] UNESCO Vienna Memorandum on "World Heritage and Contemporary Architecture - Managing the Historic Urban Landscape, October 10-11, 2005 [pdf file]
Ann Webster Smith awarded the Gazzola Prize at
the 15th ICOMOS General Assembly in Xi'an, China
Report on the Tsunami Heritage Recovery Fund
US/ICOMOS Interns in New NPS BOOK
"America's National Park Roads and Parkways:
Drawings from the Historic American Engineering Record
"

"Learning from World Heritage"   by Patricia O'Donnell, published in George Wright Society FORUM volume 21, number 2, September 2004 [Note: PDF File]

Historic Gardens & Cultural Landscapes Committee Meeting US-Russia Volunteer Initiative
(Grant from the U.S. Department of State,
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs )

The U.S. National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (US/ICOMOS) fosters heritage conservation and historic preservation at the national and international levels through education and training, international exchange of people and information, technical assistance, documentation, advocacy and other activities consistent with the goals of ICOMOS and through collaboration with other organizations. US/ICOMOS membership includes professionals, practitioners, supporters and organizations committed to the protection, preservation and conservation of the world's cultural heritage. US/ICOMOS is the U.S. National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), the international non-governmental organization dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the world's cultural heritage.

El comité de los Estados Unidos del Consejo Internacional de Monumentos y Sitios (US/ICOMOS) fomenta la conservación del patrimonio a nivel nacional e internacional mediante la formación y el entrenamiento; los intercambios internacionales de personas e información; la asistencia técnica; la documentación, militancia y otras actividades consistentes con los objetivos del ICOMOS; y a través de la colaboración con otras organizaciones afines.La membresía de US/ICOMOS incluye a profesionales, técnicos, organizaciones y todos aquellos que están comprometidos con la protección, conservación y el buen manejo del patrimonio cultural de toda la humanidad. US/ICOMOS es una organización no gubernamental sin fines de lucro, y es parte de la alianza mundial del ICOMOS.

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