Conference on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage

Description

Cultural heritage is increasingly exposed to disasters caused by natural and human-induced hazards such as earthquakes, floods, fires, typhoons, terrorism, etc. These disasters not only affect immovable heritage such as monuments, archaeological sites, and historic urban areas, but also cause damage to movable heritage, including museum collections, heritage objects, religious and other artifacts that are of significance to local communities. Real-world experience will be gained through varied case studies of commercial, government and not-for-profit arts and culture organizations.

Who Should Attend?

The program is for people working within the creative milieu of related skillset in theatre, writing, visual and digital arts, music, photography, animation, television, and film.

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