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April 9, 2020

Conference Postponement of the Call for applications to host the 27th ICOM General Conference in 2025

As a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ICOM Executive Board, during its online meeting on 31 March 2020, decided to postpone the date of submission of the applications.

New deadline

The applications must be sent by email to the ICOM Secretariat at?[email protected]?before?30 September 2020?(00:00 Paris time: GMT+1).

Applications are exclusively open to active ICOM National Committees.

The questionnaire

Active National Committees wishing to apply must fill in a?questionnaire?consisting of 90 questions on crucial aspects of the financial, operational and promotional organisation of the 27th ICOM General Conference. The application must be completed?in one of the three ICOM statutory languages?with the help and support of the?Application Manual?and the?Appendixes.

Only complete applications in a PDF format submitted by the deadline will be accepted. Applicants will receive an e-mail confirming the receipt of their application. Please note that?the receipt of the application does not imply the admissibility of the application.

The questionnaire is?currently now available in English,?Spanish and French.

Please download here the latest version of the documents in addition to the Addendum, containing the reviewed deadline for the submission of the application.?Minor typos have been revised on the English version.

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Queries

The ICOM Secretariat is available should you have any further questions or require further assistance. Please send your requests to Francesca Pollicini, ICOM Events Manager, at?[email protected].

ICOM General Conference

The ICOM General Conference is a renowned worldwide hub for exchanging on topical issues museums tackle today, as well as the most innovative solutions. Every three years, ICOM brings together the international museum community around a theme of crucial interest to foster cultural exchange, promote international cooperation and inspire local actions in order to allow museums to continue their mission in service of society.

The 25th ICOM General Conference, held in Kyoto in September 2019 is the latest in a series of milestones of ICOM’s 74-year history, breaking all records with 4,590 participants from 120 countries and territories, 231 sessions and 1,476 speakers.?The?next ICOM General Conference will take place in Prague, Czech Republic.

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