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The registration to the 25th General Conference of ICOM is now open! 🎉
Museum professionals from all international backgrounds come together in Kyoto to attend debates, round tables, panels, networ...
"Museums provide opportunities for the appreciation, understanding and management of the natural and cultural heritage" | Principle IV of the #ICOMCodeOfEthics for museums. 📘
🎆 The International Council of Museums wishes you a successful, peaceful and happy 2019!⠀
🎆 Le Conseil international des musées vous souhaite ses meilleurs voeux de paix et de prosperité pour 2019 !...
Look back at some of the most important moments of 2018 for the museum world and for our organisation through this list of the of our most read news articles of the year 📰⠀
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The #ICOMRedList for Cambodian Antiquities at Risk includes religious objects, both symbolic and anthropomorphic, like the silver Buddha depicted on the picture.⠀
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The museum definition of ICOM is the backbone of our organisation and a framework for museums worldwide. After minor adjustments over the past decades, it is time to consider a change.
Following the ...
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Reasons why you do not want to miss ICOM Kyoto 2019!⠀
Because Kyoto is home to more than 200 museums!⠀
There are more than 200 museums in Kyoto City, which are pa...
🔹Democratisation of knowledge
🔹Access to culture
🔹Protection of heritage
On the 70th Anniversary of the Human Rights Declaration, museums #StandUp4HumanRights 🤲. #HumanRightsDay
Today we're launching @the_OECD - ICOM Guide for Local Governments, Communities and Museums!
The Guide will be presented today in Venice🇮🇹 at the OECD #Culture and local development conference. Head ...
Tomorrow we will be launching with the @OECD our Guide for local governments and museums on maximising the impact of culture on #LocalDevelopment!⠀
We will be live tweeting during the conference in ...
Promoting reflection and self-awareness of individuals as both cognitive and affective agents is at the core of museums’ mission.⠀
This week we're launching w/ @the_oecd our Guide on #LocalDevelopme...
Museums contribute in fighting the marginalisation and prejudice against vulnerable communities by promoting inclusivity and upholding Human Rights. ⠀
Museums provide specific professional competencies to unemployed people and create new jobs.⠀
Museums can establish a continuous dialogue or develop a long term partnership with health, inclusion and reinsertion organisations at a local level.
As meeting places for cultural dialogue, museums bridge the gap between people that might otherwise rarely meet.
Museums promote face-to-face exchanges, disseminate trust and contribute to strengthening the social capital of communities.⠀
Cultural quarters are drivers of regeneration and creativity, providing a fairer access to cultural production and consumption.⠀
Museums can organise themselves as centres for associations and local actors for the conservation and valorisation of the cultural heritage of their own cultural landscapes.⠀
Partnerships between museums and the hospitality industry must be transparent and well defined.⠀
Renovations or new museums have a positive effect on a neighborhood by creating new public spaces, such as parks or flexible internal spaces.⠀
🔜 In two weeks, the Guide for local governments, communities and museums by OECD and ICOM will be released!⠀
To get ready for the launch, everyday we will be sharing ways in which museums support #L...
During the First World War, clothing could be protective, unifying, distinctive, symbolic, political and personal.⠀
Discover the powerful testimony of what was worn at war and share your stories wit...
🆕📗 ICOM has partnered with @the_OECD to develop the "Guide for Local Governments, Communities and Museums": a road map on how to define a #LocalDevelopment agenda that promotes a sustainable future.
Armed conflict in #Yemen has brought instability to the country and has caused damage and destruction to its cultural heritage. On January 2018, The Met hosted the launch of the Emergency #ICOMRedList...
📢 #GRANT ALERT 📢
Why do museums collect? And how can they do it in an ethical, sustainable and professional way?
These will be the topics of the next workshop of the ICOM International Training Cent...
The #ICOMRedList for Chinese Cultural Objects at Risk includes painted earthenware such as the one depicted on the picture.⠀
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Nijō-jo Castle is one of the many World Heritage Sites in Kyoto. Enchanted by the beautiful art on the Fusuma sliding panels in the Ninomaru-Goten Palace.
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Museums hold resources that provide opportunities for other public services and benefits.⠀
Les ressources des musées offrent des possibilités d'autres services et avantages publ...
Ceramic sculptures and containers of human, animal or plant shape from the Pre-Hispanic period are included in the #ICOMRedList of Colombian Cultural Objects at Risk. 🇨🇴⠀
Museums preserve, interpret and promote the natural and cultural inheritance of humanity.⠀
Les musées assurent la protection, la documentation et la promotion du patrimoine naturel et culturel de l'...
🗓️ 323 days left for #ICOMKyoto2019! This photo was sent from @icom.mpr annual meeting in Chicago 🇺🇲
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🗓️ 323 jours jusqu'à #ICOMKyoto2019 ! Cette photo arrive de la conférence a...
What are you museum's mission, values and vision?
📷#ICOMTraining program taking place these weeks in Doha, Qatar, in collaboration with #QatarMuseums. The seminars will touch museum ethics and managem...