This year CIDOC will look back at the evolution of documentation, so as to inform the analysis of current practice and to look into future innovative approaches and techniques.
With conference and invited 12 sessions, 3 keynotes, 4 workshops, social programmes and more than 100 participants from around the world, the conference is exclusive experience in the museum field, providing attendees with opportunities to build capacities and skills and explore the latest best practices in the Museum documentation aspects.
CIDOC conference aims to encourage active reviews and discussions on the topics below with a broad international focus. All professionals (documentation officers, collection managers, registrars, conservators, curators, researchers, scientists, educators and all other stakeholders in documenting and preserving the cultural heritage) will be participating in the conference presenting their practices, reviews and approaches.
How did museum documentation start in different places and how did it develop?
Cultural heritage documentation as knowledge management
Standards and their application in museum documentation
Documentation in excavation work
Working with multilingual tools to support museum work
Enabling cross-border, cross-sectoral networking of museum documentation to support research, education and presentation
Challenges of the 21st century – Inter-cultural dialogue supported by museum documentation
Implementing best practices in museum documentation
More information: www.cidoc2017.com
Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia
National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia
Georgian National Museum
Z. Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art
Tbilisi State Academy of Arts
Georgian National Tourism Administration
Travel bursary: Getty foundation