ICOM Training Workshop: "Managing a Museum Today"
The International Training Centre for Museum Studies (ITC), one of the committees of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), has announced its next museum training programme
. Entitled 'Managing a Museum Today'
, it will be held from 9 to 17 April 2018 in Beijing, China
Outstanding international and Chinese experts
will give lectures and conduct discussions and group work on museum topics such as museums and community engagement, the social role of museums, developing partnerships and museum ethics
. The programme will include visits to local museums as well as a full-day excursion to cultural heritage sites in and around Beijing.
Participants and conditions
The ICOM-ITC training workshops in Beijing are intended primarily for ICOM members from emerging countries and countries of the Asian Pacific region
As organisers of the workshop, ICOM, ICOM China and the Palace Museum, Beijing, will award two types of grants
- The full grant covers an economy-class air ticket, accommodation and local hospitality for the participant for the duration of the training workshop. Applicants residing in countries belonging to categories 2, 3 and 4, as defined in the ICOM membership grid, are given priority for this type of grant.
- The partial grant covers accommodation and local hospitality for the participant for the duration of the training workshop. Applicants residing in countries belonging to category 1, as defined in the ICOM membership grid, will be considered for partial grants.
ICOM and/or the Palace Museum will make the travel arrangements for participants with a full grant. Participants with a partial grant must book their own air ticket. Visa costs, insurance coverage and other expenses not explicitly stated above are at the cost of the participants. There are no registration fees for attending the training seminar.
Further information and applications
ICOM-ITC, housed at the Palace Museum in Beijing, China, is a collaboration between ICOM, ICOM China and the Palace Museum. The operation and management of the centre is conducted by the Palace Museum. The centre was officially inaugurated on 1 July 2013 and regularly provides inclusive and participatory training programmes for museum professionals, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
for the workshop should be submitted by 20 December
, by using the form available at http://icom.museum/news/news/article/icom-itc-april-2018-training-workshop/
For additional information
about the workshop and ICOM-ITC, please visit http://icom.museum/activities/training/icom-international-training-centre-for-museum-studies/