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 – Expert Visit to Zinobiani
New project incoming by ICOMOS Georgia! ‘Heritage Platform’ Presentation The platform will unite civil society organisations and initiative groups throughout Georgia. Project is implemented with the support of the European Union. The Inauguration of the...read more
‘Structural Analysis and Conservation of Historic Buildings’ Heritage Preservation Seminars 24-28 April, 202 The project is implemented by ICOMOS Georgia within the U.S. Embassy Tbilisi Cultural Small Grants program and funded by the US Embassy in Georgia. ←...read more
ICOMOS Georgia Report on Gelati Monastery State of Conservation (2022) 2022 წლის 31 ოქტომბრის საველე ვიზიტის ფარგლებში განხორციელებული კედლის მხატვრობის მონიტორინგის შედეგები მსოფლიო მემკვიდრეობის ძეგლი – გელათის მონასტერი. ID – 704 შეტანის თარიღი – 1994 საზღვრის...read more
ICOMOS Georgia is delighted to announce that ICOMOS International Charters and Doctrinal Texts were translated into Georgian and published as an...read more
05.10.2022 – Presentation of the Project: Structural Analysis and Conservation of Historic Buildings
We are delighted to announce the new Project – Heritage Preservation Seminars! Structural Analysis and Conservation of Historic Buildings The project is implemented by ICOMOS საქართველო within the U.S. Embassy Tbilisi Cultural Small Grants program and funded by...read more
07-13.06.2022 – Second field trip to Samtskhe; Project ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’
Second field trip! Expert team is visiting Samtskhe region, specifically Atskuri and Akhaltsikhe for field work within the Project ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’. The project is implemented in collaboration with ICOMOS საქართველო and funded by...read more
ICOMOS Georgia Public Discussion – Cultural Landscapes and Georgia The Event took place at 16:00 on 20th of May, 2022 at the Yellow Hall of the Heritage Resources Centre. – What is Cultural Landscape? – How is the Cultural Landscape defined? – What are the...read more
02-05.07.2022 – First field trip to Kakheti; Project ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’.
First field trip! Expert team is visiting Kakheti region for field work within the Project ‘Survey and Documentation of Islamic Baths in Georgia’. The project is implemented in collaboration with ICOMOS საქართველო and funded by The Barakat Trust. ← 27.04.2022...read more
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