ICOM-CC organizes Triennial Conferences to bring together professionals from all over the world who are interested in conservation. The Conference represents the apex of the triennial activity of the Committee and of its Working Groups.
Recent Triennial Conferences have been held in Copenhagen in 1984, Sydney in 1987, Dresden in 1990, Washington DC in 1993, Edinburgh in 1996, Lyon in 1999, Rio de Janeiro in 2002, The Hague in 2005, New Delhi in 2008, Lisbon in 2011, Melbourne in 2014, Copenhagen 2017 and the first virtual conference: Beijing 2021.
Metal 2022 September 5-9, 2022 Helsinki, Finland
The Conference theme: "The ICOM-CC Metals Working Group, The National Museum of Finland and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences are pleased to announce the Call for Posters for the 10th Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metals Working Group.".
26th ICOM General Conference Prague 2022
The Conference theme: "Prague, capital of the Czech Republic and a magnificent open-air museum, will welcome the 26th ICOM General Conference in the week of 20–28 August 2022.".
Graphic Documents Interim Meeting 10-11 February 2022
The Conference theme: "Graphic Documents Interim Meeting – “Sustainability and Diversity in Conservation Practice and Recent Advances in Preventive Conservation”
Graphic Documents Working Group Virtual Zoom Interim Meeting".
19th Triennial Conference in Beijing
The Conference theme: "Transcending Boundaries: Integrated Approaches to Conservation".
25th General Conference ICOM Kyoto 2019
The Conference theme: "25th General Conference ICOM Kyoto 2019 - 1-7 September 2019".
18th Triennial Conference in Copenhagen
The Conference theme: "The 18th Triennial Conference held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 4-8 September 2017. The Conference theme: "Linking Past and Future".".
24th General Conference ICOM Milano, Italy
The Conference theme: "The 24th General Conference of ICOM was held on the 3-9 July 2016 in Milano, Italy.".
ICOM 23rd General Conference Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Conference theme: "ICOM’s 23rd General Conference was held August 10–17, 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The theme Museums (memory + creativity = social change) was explored in presentations and discussions throughout the conference.".