The cornerstone of ICOM is its ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums. It sets minimum standards of professional practice and performance for museums and their staff. In joining the organisation, ICOM members undertake to abide by this Code.
Glassblowing in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list
From 2015, the "Manual glass production" is on the German National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage-German commission for UNESCO
The International Committee for Museums and Glass collections is open to curators and conservators of glass from around the world. Our members do research and care for glass vessels and windows from all countries where glass has been made, and from antiquity to modern times. Members receive a newsletter and participate in annual meetings in locations worldwide.
May 20 – December 31, 2016.
Finnish Glass Museum
Arte Vetraria Muranese (A.Ve.M.) Lutz H. Holz Collection.
Museo Tecnológico del Vidrio, April - October , 2016
Les couleurs du verre. Un choix dans Arts Décoratifs, 1900-2016
Chateau de Sédières. Clergoux, France. June 18 - October 30, 2016
Modernist glass in Slovenia
National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana, April 15 - September 30, 2017
L´AFAV - Association française pou l´Archéologie du Verre
Le verre du VIII au XVIe siècle en Europe occidentale/Glass in Western Euroope AD 700-1600
Besançon, France, 5-7 December 2016
Society of Glass Technology and European Society of Glass Science and Technology.
Glass-Back to the Future
Sheffield, UK, 4-8 September 2016
The German Glass Society. Meeting
Glass History and Glass Design
Ilmenau, 16-18 September
CCI advanced professional development workshop
Conservation of Glass.
Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI). Ottawa, Ontario.
October 24 - 28, 2016