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announcement for ARIS09 International course
ICCROM announces the International course in architectural conservation, heritage recording, and information management.
The course is open for conservators, architects, planners, engineers, archaeologists, historians, topographers, photogrammetrists, surveyors, cartographers, documentalists, and other conservation professionals involved in the field of recording, documentation and inventories through information management systems.
International course in architectural conservation, heritage recording, and information management
Architectural Records, Inventories and Information Systems for Conservation ARIS09
Dates: 2 September – 2 October 2009
Place: ICCROM, Rome, Italy
Application Deadline: 16 February 2009
Good conservation decisions are made with knowledge of the significance, history, past interventions, and current conditions of cultural resources. This international course on architectural records, inventories, and information systems for the conservation of cultural heritage will address the needs, methodology, and techniques for acquiring and using this knowledge. The course will draw upon the vast wealth of cultural material in Rome and will be taught by leading experts in the field. Records, inventories, and information management tools are continuously being developed and must be considered as a fundamental part of the conservation process.