Events - Past Events
3D Photogrammetry Summer Intensive Workshop
The Barbados Museum and Historical Society is inviting participants aged 18-25 to register for a free Summer Intensive in 3D photogrammetry, as part of the EU-LAC Museums project. 3D photogrammetry involves photographing objects and mapping the images to re-create the object in a 3D animated form.
Association of Caribbean Historians 50th Conference
Call for Papers
“ACH @ 50: Continuity, Change and Challenge”
50th Annual ACH Conference, Barbados, June 10-15, 2018
3rd Caribbean Conference National Trusts & Preservation Societies
The 3rd Caribbean Conference National Trusts and Preservation Societies will be held in Curaçao in November 2017, hosted by Stichting Monumentenzorg Curaçao.
18th Triennial Conference of the International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC)
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of ICOM-CC, the Conference theme revolves around the past and future of conservation. ICOM-CC's hallmark has always been action: linking past advances with future directions. ICOM-CC offers a unique international focus through worldwide participation in its specialty Working Groups.
Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA)
Caribbean Festival of Arts, commonly known as CARIFESTA, is an international multicultural event organized on a periodic basis by the countries of the Caribbean. The main purpose is to gather artists, musicians, authors, and to exhibit the folkloric and artistic manifestations of the Caribbean and Latin American region.
Belize Archaeology Symposium
The 15th installment of the Belize Archaeology Symposium (BAS) is scheduled for June 28 ‐ 30, 2017 in San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize. The primary objective of the Belize Archaeology Symposium is to disseminate current archaeological information to the people of Belize, the tourism industry and the general archaeological and anthropological community.
The World Heritage and Climate Change Symposium
The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Jamaica, hosts The World Heritage and Climate Change Symposium, in collaboration with the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO (Participatory Program), the UNESCO Cluster Office of the Caribbean, and the Climate Change Division, Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, from May 29 to 31, 2
Museum Conservation Skills Online Course
This course, taught by Staci-Marie Dehaney, Jamaica Military Museum, will provide museum professionals and heritage tourism managers and guides with comprehensive exposure to conservation, the key areas of preventive conservation and methods of safeguarding a collection through disaster and recovery planning.
Values-based Heritage Site Management Online Course
This online course, taught by Dr. Basil Reid (UWI St. Augustine), covers the theoretical concepts and methodologies of values-based management of Caribbean heritage sites. Values-based management is a holistic approach that focuses on the conservation and communication of those values that make the site significant.