Join Australia ICOMOS for Heritage Pathways 2021, a half-day symposium exploring issues that are important to early-career professionals and academics, as well as innovations in cultural heritage practice. We are seeking short papers, or ‘snapshots’, that critically respond to one or more of the following provocations:
- Where is the cultural heritage profession currently and where are we going?
- What impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on the profession, including successive lockdowns in some states and territories?
- What new approaches and issues are important to emerging cultural heritage professionals and academics looking towards the future?
- How is current research and policy responding to issues of social justice, sustainability and climate change, intangible values, Reconciliation and decolonising places and approaches?
- How can we ensure that cultural heritage is relevant to all people within the community, beyond professional or academic disciplines?
- How can established cultural heritage practitioners work with early career professionals to future-proof the cultural heritage profession?
Heritage Pathways 2021, Online Symposium, 20 November 2021 – CALL FOR VIDEOS | deadline 15 November
Australia ICOMOS is seeking video submissions for Heritage Pathways 2021, a half-day symposium exploring issues that are important to early-career professionals and academics, as well as innovations in cultural heritage practice. The aim of the submission of films for Heritage Pathways 2021 is to connect with each other through different mediums that encourage different kinds of engagement and practice. Treat these submissions as creative pieces, technical materials guides, project showcases and more.
Film submissions should be:
- Between 5 and 8 minutes in length
- In a landscape 16:9 aspect ratio – this means the short films can be comfortably viewed on a computer or television screen
- Resolution should be 1920×1080 px or greater, this will ensure a standard minimum quality
- Frame rate is at Director’s discretion
These guidelines have been created to ensure the barrier for participation does not require further investment than the smart phone in your pocket. To make your film submission please email the Heritage Pathways Team with the subject line ‘Film Submission’, and you will be forwarded a Dropbox link to upload your work.
For further information, please contact the Heritage Pathways Team by email or visit the symposium website to view a video about submitting a video!
Deadline for video submissions: 15 November