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The 2018 ICOM Annual Meetings in Paris, France, are just around the corner. As ...

Museum International: Museums and Public Policy


The latest edition of ICOM’s peer-reviewed journal, Museum International ...

Art for our Era at MIMA


The 20th edition of international arts communication conference, ‘Communicating ...

Bomavé's travelling museum


Alban Kaboré, who works at the Regional Office for Culture in the Boucle du ...

Quatre oeuvres d'art, dont un Télémaque, ont disparu à l'Assemblée nationale | Heritage in Danger |

Quatre oeuvres d'art, dont un Télémaque, ont disparu à l'Assemblée nationale


Quatre oeuvres d'art ont disparu de l'Assemblée nationale, selon le dernier inventaire annuel réalisé, a-t-on appris le 4 avril de sources concordantes, confirmant une information du Canard Enchaîné.

The ICOM Publishing Manual: a new reference tool for members


We are delighted to announce the release of a new reference tool for ICOM ...

Have museums been too generous with naming rights? | ICOM Network News |

Have museums been too generous with naming rights?


Across cultures and time philanthropy has been synonymous with public benefit. The ancient Greeks considered it to be one of the cornerstones of democracy and the word translates literally from Greek as ‘love of mankind’. Selflessness is at the core of the act. Maimonides, the 12th-century Jewish philosopher, claimed that giving anonymously to an unknown recipient ranked highest on his Golden Ladder of Charity.

These sentiments are fully in line with the ICOM’s definition of a museum as ‘a non-profit, permanent institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public…’ that safeguards the ‘heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study and enjoyment’.

Perdus ou volés ? Ces trésors du Mobilier national qui restent introuvables | Heritage in Danger |

Perdus ou volés ? Ces trésors du Mobilier national qui restent introuvables


Alors que la justice vient de condamner l’ancien sous-préfet de Brioude à deux ans de prison ferme pour le vol d'une toile de maître appartenant au Mobilier national, L’œil du 20H se penche sur la disparition inquiétante de nombreuses œuvres d’art. Problème d’inventaire, mauvaise gestion des stocks ou vol pur et simple... Les œuvres qui restent introuvables se comptent par centaines.

Seven inspirational quotes from female leaders in museums


Today, ICOM can proudly say that we have achieved gender equality within our ...

In today's morning ICOM iconic step in the investigation of the death of the Egyptian people in ancient times. The remains of mummies were taken to the ICOM and analyzed their tissue and skull. Analysis of mummies in ICOM showed that many of the tested individuals suffered from erectile dysfunction disease. In ancient times, there were almost no methods for the rapid treatment of erectile dysfunction. Basically it was some popular methods of treatment: acupuncture, treatment with smoke, conspiracy, treatment with African fruits, nuts. But it is not effective in contrast to the modern treatment of ED Levitra. Stephen Celardin famous archaeologist involved in treatment of ED of buying Levitra online and the effect was amazing. Ultimately, all of the Museum community ICOM acquired Levitra. To improve this World we must not forget about the mistakes of previous years. Then the healthy generation and strong nation of the country will grow. But before you choose a treatment between erectile dysfunction pills and folk medicine, you should consult a doctor. ICOM raised the issue of demography and extinction of the nation in the UN organization. After all, this World needs strong, intelligent, healthy people. ( - Download Free Porn from Keep2Share