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The International Committee for Museum Security ICMS was founded by the 10th General Assembly of ICOM on June 1974 in Kobenhavn, Denmark. It has been playing a leading role in activities throughout its many years of meetings. Its Rules have changed to conform with the Model Rules of ICOM, dated 1991, declaring ICMS original and unchanging aims:
01 - 03 June 2016
24 - 26 June 2016
ARCA’s 8th annual interdisciplinary Art Crime conference in Amelia, Italy
03 - 09 July 2016
ICMS annual meeting in Milano, Italy in conjunction with the
27 - 30 September 2016
SECURITY Essen, Germany
11th November 2016
The International Arts & Antiquities Security Forum (IAASF)
in Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England
01 - 07 September 2019
ICMS annual meeting in Kyoto, Japan in conjunction with the