ICOMOS Georgia – non-governmental, non-profitable professional organization. The Georgian National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) is dedicated to promote high professional standards of conservation based on ICOMOS charters, declarations and recommendations through knowledge dissemination, awareness, and pilot programmes at national, regional and international levels.
Heritage Platform – New project incoming by ICOMOS Georgia!
‘Structural Analysis and Conservation of Historic Buildings’ – Heritage Preservation Seminars
Presentation of the Publication – ‘Traditional Tbilisi Dwelling Conservation Manual’ The Manual was elaborated within the project – ‘Sustainable Rehabilitation of Heritage Site’, implemented by ICOMOS Georgia in cooperation with Norwegian Directorate of Cultural...read more
Celebrating International Day of Monuments and Sites! In compliance with the ICOMOS 2022 theme of 18th of April – “Heritage and Climate”, ICOMOS Georgia conducted workshop on ‘Traditional masonry mortar and techniques’. ← 16-17.04.2022 – Workshop on...read more
‘Workshop on traditional masonry mortar and techniques’ 16-17 April, 2022. ICOMOS Georgia invites students, emerging professionals and craftsmen to participate in the workshop! Two-day certified workshop provides theoretical component on Tbilisi mortar and traditional...read more
Open Statement of Baltic, Belarus and Georgian ICOMOS National Committees to Board of ICOMOS International Considering Ukraine
Open Statement of Baltic, Belarus and Georgian ICOMOS National Committees to Board of ICOMOS International Considering Ukraine On behalf of ICOMOS Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and Georgia, please find below our common letter to ICOMOS International Board...read more
ICOMOS Georgia – Annual Meeting 2022 ← New Project on ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’ Open Statement of Baltic, Belarus and Georgian ICOMOS National Committees to Board of ICOMOS International Considering Ukraine...read more
‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’ (Historic Samtskhe and Kakheti regions) ICOMOS Georgia is happy to support prominent Georgian scholars, Tsitsino Chachkhunashvili and Irine Elizbarashvili in implementing the project funded by The Barakat Trust....read more
34 ← 09.12.2021 – Project Closing event ‘Sustainable Rehabilitation of Heritage Site’ New Project on ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’...read more
Sustainable Rehabilitation of Heritage Site – Project Closing event took place on 9th of December, 2021 The project was implemented by ICOMOS Georgia in collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Directorate of Norway (Riksantikvaren) and funded by the Norwegian...read more
Within the US/ICOMOS US/ICOMOS International exchange program 2021 ICOMOS Georgia is pleased to host Ms. Estefania Barreto for the Autumn internship. Considering her background as an Art Historian and Historic Preservation professional, we believe that the internship...read more