Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

Courtesy of Historic New England

WORLD WIDE CONFERENCES

Since 2000, DEMHIST holds conferences at least once a year.

september

01sepalldayKyoto, 1-7 September 2019House Museums as Cultural Hubs – The future of tradition in a global context

october

05octalldayAmersfoort, the Netherlands, 5th – 9th October 2020Sustainability

august

20augalldayPrague, Czech Republic, 20 - 27 August 2022The Power of Museums

november

01novalldayGenoa, 1-4 November 2000Historic House Museums Speak to the Public: Spectacular Exhibits versus a Philological Interpretation of History

july

02julalldayBarcelona, 2-5 July 2001New forms of Management for Historic House Museums?

october

14octalldayAmsterdam, 14-16 October 2002Historic House Museums as witness of National and Local Identities

october

08octalldayLenzburg, 8-10 October 2003Facing and solving problems of Historic House Museums, examples and models

september

02sepalldayBerlin, 2-4 September 2004Rooms with a view. Historic House Museums and their surroundings

october

12octalldayLisbon, 12-14 October 2005Safe Keepers of memory: Conservation of buildings and their collections

october

10octalldayValletta, 10-13 October 2006Managing the Past for the Future. Sustaining Historic House Museums in the 21st Century

august

20augalldayVienna/Austria, 20-22 August 2007A Kingdom for a House! Historic House Museums as Local, Regional and Universal Heritage

september

21sepalldayBogota/Colombia , 21 - 24 September 2008Historic House Museums as a Bridge between Individual and Community

june

19junalldayStavanger/Norway , 19 - 24 June 2009Historic Houses as Documents of Social Life and Traditional Skills

april

21apralldayBrno, Czech Republic, 21-24 April 2010 (with ICDAD)National - International. Art and politics in houses and interiors of the 20th century

november

09novalldayShanghai/China, 9 November 2010 (with ICDAD, ICFA and GLASS)From Silk Road to Container Ship. Artefacts, environment and cultural transfer

october

17octalldayAntwerp/Belgium, 17-20 October 2011Catching the Spirit. Managing and communicating the theatrical assets of Historic Houses

april

18apralldayPerugia/Italy, 18-20 April 2012House Museums. The Owners and their Art Collections

november

06novalldayLos Angeles/USA, 6-9 November 2012The Artifact, its Context and their Narrative. Multidisciplinary Conservation in Historic House Museums

august

12augalldayRio de Janeiro/Brazil, 12-17 August 2013 (with GLASS, ICDAD and ICFA)Places for Reflection. Historic House Museums as Connectors of Cultures, Times, People and Social Groups

october

07octalldayCompiègne/France, 7-10 October 2014 (with the Association of European Royal Residences)Authenticity in Conservation of Historic House Museums and Palaces

october

19octalldayMexico City/Mexico, 19-21 October 2015The legacy of House Museums promoting dialogue among Generations

july

03julalldayMilan, 3-9 July 2016

october

14octalldayLondon, 14-17 October 2017Are we trying hard enough? Making museums and historic houses relevant to audiences in the twenty- first centuryMaking museums and historic houses relevant to audiences in the twenty- first century

october

10octalldayBaku, 10-12 October 2018

may

02mayalldayGuimarães, Portugal, 2-4 May 2019ICOM-Europa seminar in cooperation with DEMHIST-Portugal.

NEWS

General DEMHIST News
Ready for Kyoto 2019? (UPDATE)

Ready for Kyoto 2019? (UPDATE)

(UPDATE – ICOM Kyoto conference programme)
(UPDATE – DEMHIST conference programme, optional tour and offsite meetings)
(UPDATE – DEMHIST pre-conference schedule & meeting point)
(UPDATE – Guidelines for Speakers & request for submission of your presentation data)
House Museums as Cultural Hubs – The future of tradition in a global context

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