February 20, 2022
ICOM-ICOMAM Meeting 2022 Conference
ICOM-ICOMAM 2022 ANNUAL MEETING
20-28 August 2022
Program for the ICOMAM sessions at the Prague Conference.
Monday 22 August 2022 (Block A, in person only)
- Sheron Chen (Singapore) – The Singapore Discovery Centre: engaging Singaporeans in Total Defence – 25 years and beyond.
- Arthur van Rossum (Belgium) – Modern testing of historical fire arms: a collaboration
between the War Heritage Institute and The Royal Military Academy
- Parvin Gozalov (Azerbaijan) – The Museum as a keeper of war History 18th -19th century: on the example of materials from the museums of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Russia
- Elena Elts/Varvara Danilevskaya (Russian Federation) – A virtual exhibition as a method of shaping the international museum network based on the theme of the Arctic Convoys in turbulent times.
(Note: Vladimir Solomonov cannot participate because of the submission for
- Christoph Hatchek (Austria) – Wars belong in the museum
- Saskia van de Voorde (Belgium, ICOMAM Grantee) The textile core collections of the War Heritage Institute.
Tuesday 23 August 2022 (Block B, in person only)
- Michal Dziewulski (Poland) – Power of the museums and traditions. And how it gone all wrong in Poland
- Mojtaba Ebadifath (Islamic Rep. of Iran) – The power of military museums in preserving oral histories of wars
- Dominique Prévost (France) – The digital approaches of the Musée de l’Armée
- Carlos Monta Raposo (Portugal) – Museums power and change – an approach
- Lauri Haavisto (Finland) – This needs to be removed
- [CANCELLED] Roshana Saadati (Islamic Rep. of Iran) – Investigating the capacities of museum exhibitions in changing the audience’s view of controversial issues
Tuesday 23 August 2022 (Block C, Hybrid, joint session with DRMC)
- Chang-hun Yang (Rep. of Korea) – Protecting cultural property in the possible armed conflicts on the Korean Peninsula: efforts of the War Memorial of Korea (remote)
- Augusto Conte de los Ríos (Spain) – The dissemination of naval heritage of the Spanish Navy the V Centenary of first expeditions that circumnavigate the world and the conflict in Ukraine
Ukrainian speakers: Olha Honchar, director museum Territory of Terror, Lviv; Olesia Milovanova, director of Local Lore museum in Lugansk region
- Ms Cori Wegener, Director, Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative (US) – Museum Support to 1954 Hague Convention Training: the Smithsonian and the U.S. Army Monuments Officer
- Ms. Manana Tevzadze (Georgia) – Regional museum’s peacetime preparations for an armed conflict: Case Study from Gori, Georgia
- Ms. Shirin Melikova(Azerbaijan) – The Destruction of Cultural and Historical Sites and Museums in Times of War and Military Conflicts on the Example of Karabakh