The Rijksmuseum and the Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP) present the third 2and3D Photography conference, 8-10 May 2019.
The second edition of the 2and3D Photography conference in 2017 demonstrated how important it is to create a meeting place for the international heritage photography community. In a time when technological digital developments change rapidly, it is essential to have a platform where we can exchange knowledge and ideas. 2and3D Photography provides this platform and distinguishes itself from other conferences by exclusively focusing on the cultural heritage image professional, for and by people active in the field.
Download preliminary Program from here.
Jean-Yves Le Meur, CERN, Digital Memory project leader (Switzerland): CERN’s Digital Memory: When Patrimony Data Meets Scientific Data
David Taubman, UNSW Sydney, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, Deputy Head of School (Research), and Kakadu Software Pty. Ltd., Director (Australia): The JPEG2000 Suite of Standards: Capabilities and New Opportunities
Jonas Palm, Riksarkivet/National Archives (Sweden): How the Market changed – And the Lives of Photographs
Archiving 2019 takes place in two locations:
- Short courses take place at the Universidade Lusófona in CICANT-Building U, Campo Grande 376.
- Technical sessions take place in the Auditorium of Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo, Alameda da Universidade. Use the Auditorium entrance, to the right of the main entrance.
Both are located in the Campo Grande section of the city, within a 10-minute walk of each other.
Our Interpret Europe Conference 2019 will take place in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). It will be organised by 2MB.
“United in diversity” is the motto of the European Union, and there is hardly any place in Europe where diversity is more prominent than in Sarajevo. Turkish mosques and orthodox churches, scents of countless booths, offering street food from various cultures, the busy hammering of craftsmen creating artwork in tiny workshops: all of this turn the old heart of the Bosnian capital into what has been called the ‘Jerusalem of Europe’.
Sarajevo celebrated its diversity throughout centuries. It brought the peoples of the world together, when hosting the Olympic Games. However, Sarajevo’s museums also tell some darker stories. It was there were the Austro-Hungarian heir and his wife were assassinated in 1914, and where the longest siege of the 20th century took place in the Yugoslav Wars.
While Bosnia and Herzegovina are very rich in culture, the region also touches three distinct geological and climatic regions and therefore has a particularly rich biodiversity, too. Not all natural heritage sites are easy to access – for the benefit of the wild animals in the large forests, the home of 2,800 bears. Sarajevo itself is settled in the Dinaric Alps and surrounded by five mountains which are 1,500-2,000 metres high.
Join us at our IE Conference from 31 May to 3 June 2019 in Sarajevo. Delve deep into its diversity, discuss how diversity at natural and cultural heritage sites can be interpreted and share your experiences.
for more information visit the official website here
The best 30 papers selected by the Scientific Committee of the XVII International Forum of Studies ‘Le Vie dei Mercanti’ WORLD HERITAGE and LEGACY, will be published in the double number of the A Class international Magazine ‘Abitare la Terra/Dwelling on Earth’ of which I am Component of the Scientific Committee. The Magazine is patroned by my UNESCO Chair on Landscape, Cultural Heritage and Territorial Governance: https://www.gangemieditore.com/periodici/abitare-la-terra/18
For more information regarding the forum please visit their official website
Call for abstract: deadline 21 January 2019