ICOM General Conference

01-07 September 2019, Kyoto (Japan)

This triennial gathering promises to inspire a range of discussions and exchanges on museum-related issues. Through sessions, excursions, workshops, and more, participants will be able to engage with other museum professionals and enthusiasts to broaden their experience and understanding of museums around the world.

The International Council of Museums (ICOM), created in 1946, is a worldwide organisation of museums and museum professionals. ICOM is committed to promoting and protecting natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible. 40,000 members representing 141 countries and territories, the ICOM network is made up of museum professionals from a wide range of museum- and heritage-related disciplines.

ECHOES Postdoctoral Researcher, Csilla Ariese will be participating in the sessions of CAMOC (the International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities) with a presentation entitled ‘Inclusive De-colonial Practices: From the Amsterdam Museum and Beyond’