Jessica Doyle from Australia holds a BA from the University of Western Australia (Hons. Archaeology) and is currently pursuing an MA in Cultural Material Conservation at the University of Melbourne. In addition to conducting archaeological surveys and field work in the Fremantle Prison and in the Pilbara Region where she recorded archaeological materials as an Archaeology Youth Leader in the Western Australian Junior Archaeology Club (JAC), she assisted in co-ordinating introductory archaeology classes for children, focusing on Australian archaeology.
While at ICCROM (3 April to 30 June), Jessica will be called upon to assist with background research for the First Aid in Times of Conflict handbook and to help in designing and/or updating course related training resources.
Member State represented: Australia
ICCROM is pleased to announce the commencement of the sixth course on Conservation of Built Heritage (CBH16) on 4 March 2016 in Rome. The course will last until 29 April 2016.
The course has been further improved based on experiences from the last five versions (CBH07, CBH09, CBH10, CBH12 and CBH14). This eight-week course intends to provide a broad understanding of both technical and management aspects of conservation and management of heritage by:
- improving understanding of critical processes in conservation so as to apply them at the macro and micro levels;
- improving strategic planning skills relevant to conservation and management of heritage;
- expanding understanding and awareness of current thinking, principles and practices in the conservation and management of built heritage.
The course is comprised of six modules:
- Module one – Issues in Heritage Conservation (General Overview), analyzing the development of conservation concepts, evolving nature of the discourse and expanding definitions of heritage;
- Module two – Management and Planning Context, discussing the management systems, planning for conservation and management of heritage;
- Module three – Information and Documentation, exploring principles, methods and tools of documentation and information management;
- Module four – Condition Assessments/Treatments (1), providing different approaches, understanding of materials and the application of science, specifically examining the effects on fabric, surfaces and structures and possible treatments and interventions;
- Module five – Condition Assessments/Treatments (2), also dealing with condition assessments and treatments at the scale of buildings, sites, archaeological sites and city centres, including various aspects of authenticity and maintenance of the cultural heritage;
- Module six – Public Access/Interpretation, looking at issues of Interpretation, Presentation, Education and Visitor Management. Continue reading…
The first ICCROM course on ‘Promoting People-Centred Approaches: Engaging Communities in the Conservation of Nature and Culture’ came to successful conclusion Friday 16 October 2015. In front of an audience which included the community representatives who helped host the event, participants shared their vision for a better society and healthier heritage. Continue reading…
Engaging Communities in the Conservation of Nature and Culture – PCA15
Rome and the Bay of Naples, 5-16 October 2015
ICCROM is pleased to announce the commencement of its first course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches: Engaging Communities in the Conservation of Nature and Culture (PCA15).
This short course is aimed at conservation practitioners, providing them with the necessary knowledge and tools to work more effectively with communities through existing management systems. It will also be used as an opportunity to create a forum for participants to share their experiences in both the cultural and natural heritage sectors, learning from each other and other heritage practitioners who are actively involved with communities. This intensive short course will consists of lectures, interactive sessions on sharing experiences and practical exercises based on a real-life case study in the Bay of Naples.
2nd ICCROM CHA-Korea Forum
Colombo and Habarana, Sri Lanka
8-12 December 2014
As part of a thematic seminar series funded by Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) of Korea, a second Forum was held on “Authenticity in the Asian Context” in Sri Lanka. This event was organized last December by the Sri Lankan Ministry of National Heritage, the Department of Archaeology, the Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology and the University of Kelaniya.
The programme consisted of three sections: Continue reading…
This three-week training course is co-organized by NRICPT and ICCROM. This year ten participants are being welcomed from ten countries. They include professionals in charge of preservation of cultural properties in New Zealand, Taiwan, Denmark, United Kingdom, Serbia, France, Cuba, United States of America, Australia and Thailand, respectively.
They will learn conservation of Japanese cultural properties made with or drawn on paper. In this way they will acquire skills needed to conserve their own cultural properties.
Member States represented: Australia, China, Cuba, Denmark, France, Japan, New Zealand, Serbia, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States of America.