Past Conferences

  • 2019, KyotoDocumenting Culture: a Culture of Documentation, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2018, Heraklion, Provenance of Knowledge
  • 2017, Tbilisi, Documentation: Past, Present, Future…
  • 2016, Milan, Museums and Cultural Landscapes, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2015, New Dehli, Documenting Diversity – Collections, Catalogues & Context
  • 2014, Dresden, Access and Understanding – Networking in the Digital Era
  • 2013, Rio de Janeiro Museums (memory + creativity) = social change, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2012, Helsinki, Finland Enriching Cultural Heritage
  • 2011, Sibiu, Romania Knowledge Management and Museums
  • 2010, Shanghai, China Museums in intercultural dialogue – New Practices in Knowledge Sharing and Information Integration
  • 2009, Santiago, Chile Documentation in the XXI Century: connecting cultural heritage information
  • 2008, Athens, Greece The Digital Curation of Cultural Heritage
  • 2007, Vienna, Austria, Managing the global diversity of cultural information part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2006, Gothenburg, Sweden Wider perspective – broader base
  • 2005, Zagreb, Croatia Documentation and users
  • 2004, Seoul, Korea Museums and intangable heritage, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2003, St. Petersburg, Russia Electronic potential of a museum: stimuli and restrictions, achievements and problems
  • 2002, Porto Alegre, Brazil Preserving cultures: documenting non-material heritage
  • 2001, Barcelona, Spain Managing change. Museums facing economic & social challenges, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference
  • 2000, Ottawa, Canada Collaboration, context, convergence. Sharing heritage knowledge for the new millenium, a joint meeting with the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
  • 1999, London, U.K. Delivering diversity, promoting participation, a joint meeting with the MDA
  • 1998, Melbourne, Australia Documenting and communicating cultural and natural diversity), part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference, with the theme Museums and cultural diversity
  • 1997, Nuremberg, Germany Quality and documentation
  • 1996, Nairobi, Kenya Museum documentation in and out of Africa
  • 1995, Stavanger, Norway, Museums and Community, part of the ICOM Triennial General Conference.
  • 1994, Washington DC, USA Automating museums in the Americas and beyond, a joint meeting with the Museum Computer Network (MCN)
  • 1993, Ljubljana, Slovenia, , a joint meeting with the Museum Computer Network (MCN)
  • 1992, Quebec City, Canada
  • 1991, Copenhagen, Denmark