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2011 Conference – Watermarks

The 2011 annual Australia ICOMOS conference, Watermarks, Water’s Heritage, will be held in Melbourne at the end of October. It will be run in partnership with the National Trust. The theme of the conference is the broad heritage of water from Indigenous uses through to a wide range of nineteenth and twentieth century sub-themes covering industry, recreation, food production and transport. The launch of the conference website is scheduled for the Australia ICOMOS and National Trust AGMs, which will be held at the end of November. Watch the Australia ICOMOS e-news and website, the National Trust website and various state Heritage chat rooms for further details.


OUtback & Beyond 2010

2010 Conference – Outback & Beyond

Australia ICOMOS’ 2010 Annual Conference, Outback & Beyond, on the future of historic towns, industrial heritage and pastoralism, was held in Broken Hill between 22-25 April 2010.  The conference was jointly hosted by:

Australia ICOMOS
TICCIH (The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage)
The City of Broken Hill

A CD of abstracts from this conference is available for purchase – download the Outback & Beyond abstracts CD order form to order and pay via credit card or email the Australia ICOMOS Secretariat for alternative payment options.

(Un)Loved Modern Conference 2009

Papers and presentations from the (Un)Loved Modern Conference are now available from the Papers tab on this website.  They are organised according to the conference sub-themes.  Keynote presentations are available from the Keynote Speakers tab.

Australia ICOMOS, in association with:

Docomomo Australia
ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on 20th Century Heritage
Association for Preservation Technology Australia Chapter
Australian Institute of Architects
International Union of Architects

congratulate the Organising Committee and Conference Managers of the highly successful (Un)Loved Modern Conference held at the Sydney Masonic Centre, Sydney,  from 7-10 July 2009, and thank all speakers and delegates for their contributions to an exciting and stimulating conference.

The Organising Committee of the (Un)Loved Modern Conference wish to thank all of our sponsors, and in particular, our Platinum Sponsor:

DEWHA