24th ICOM General Conference
Milan (Italy) from July 3-9, 2016.
Theme of the General Conference is ‘Museums and Cultural Landscapes’.
The ICAMT program is organized by:
Alessandra Labate Rosso, Brazil
Giuliana Ricci, Italy
Nana Meparishvili, Georgia
Mårten Janson, Sweden
Jean Hilgersom, the Netherlands
The outcomes of the ICAMT conference, as part of the General Conference, are on this website, you will find the day-to-day program, presentations, lectures, papers and photos.
The conference venues are:
MiCo, the new Milan conference center;
MUDEC, the Museum of Cultures;
Politecnico di Milano, the institute of technology of Milan.
Day 1, July 3th
Advisory Committee, and in the afternoon joint IC meeting.
Day 2, Monday July 4th, ICAMT: day program
In conference center MiCo: lectures and presentations.
In the evening is the Opening Party at the Castello Sforzesco.
Day 3, Tuesday July 5th, ICAMT: day program
In the morning lectures and presentations in MiCo, in the afternoon ICAMT & CAMOC joint session with lectures and presentations in the auditorium of museum MUDEC, the Chipperfield designed museum. You have time to visit this museum.
In the evening there is a social event in the Science Museum.
Day 4, Wednesday July 6th, ICAMT: day program
In the morning lectures and presentations in MiCo, in the afternoon visits to Pinacoteca di Brera, Fondazione Portaluppi and Museum del Duomo.
In the evening a concert will take place at the Duomo.
Day 5, Thursday July 7th, ICAMT: day program
University day at the Politecnico, with lectures and presentations, discussions and work of architecture students based on the theme "Museums and Cultural Landscapes". In the evening ICAMT will organize the ICAMT-dinner.
Day 6, Friday July 8th, ICAMT: day program
Excursions outside of the Milan city, ICAMT will go to Trento to the new Science Museum MUSE designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop opened in 2014. And we will visit in Rovereto the Museum of Modern Art MART, designed by Mario Botta.
Day 7, July 9th
In the Evening the Closing Party at the Triennale.
UNFORTUNATELY THE DATE FOR ABSTRACTS IS EXPIRED: