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Newsletter - May 2010

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CIAV NEWSLETTER - MAY 2010



CONTENT :

EDITORIAL

1. CIAV Annual Meeting and Seminar Finnskogen 2010

2.
ADOBE
By Martin Cernansky

3. ICOMOS NORWAY CIAV NORWAY
Annual Report 2009

4.
Terra Incognita
By John Hurd and Mariana Correia

5.
Euromed 2010

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 August 2010 09:12 Read more...
 

Newsletter - February 2010

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CIAV NEWSLETTER - FEBRUARY 2010



CONTENT :

EDITORIAL

1. HAITI CATASTROPHE

2.
CIAV ANNUAL MEETING AND SEMINAR, FINNSKOGEN NORWAY 2010
SIBIU: LOOKING FOR THE PAST

3. SIBIU: LOOKING FOR THE PAST

4. HANDPRINTS IN EAST AND WEST JERUSALEM, 1986 & 2009

Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 08:40 Read more...
 

Haiti Earthquake Appeal from Haven

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Haiti Earthquake Appeal from Haven

  

Haven is launching an urgent appeal for funds in the wake of a massive earthquake in the Haitian capital Port au Prince. 

The house building charity has projects in two areas of Haiti, in the northeast and southwest. 

Last Updated on Monday, 01 February 2010 11:16 Read more...
 

Culture of Wood - Wood in Culture

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Invitation to the International Scientific and Practical Conference

“Culture of Wood – Wood in Culture”


Dear colleagues,

 

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Russian Institute for Cultural Research, Russian Committee for the Village and Small Town (ECOVAST) and representatives of the ICOMOS Committee CIVVIH invite you to take part in the International Scientific Practical Conference that will be held in Rostov Velikij, Yaroslavl region on 24-28 September 2010.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 February 2010 11:34 Read more...
 

Preliminary Program - revised

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Download revised CIAV Finnskogen 2010 Program in Microsoft Word format - 26th January 2010

Last Updated on Monday, 01 February 2010 11:16 Read more...
 


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Welcome to the International Committee of Vernacular Architecture (CIAV). CIAV is an ICOMOS Scientific Committe. To visit the ICOMOS web site, click www.icomos.org. The International Scientific Committee of Vernacular Architecture advises International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and the World Heritage Committee (WHC) on matters that pertain to all aspects of the management of rural areas, village settlements and vernacular architecture.