The conference will be livestreamed for members to participate virtually, but remote presentations will not be possible due to limitations with the technology. The programme will be announced after 31st May, when all invited speakers have been notified.

The fee to attend the conference is 250 EUR per person and includes the opening reception at the French Institute on the 24th September; three days of paper sessions, object study sessions at the National Museums Collections Centre and local tours; and a full-day excursion to visit the Burrell Collection in the neighbouring city of Glasgow. Lunch is included on all four days of the conference (25th-28th).

National Museums Collection Centre. Copyright National Museums Scotland
The Burrells’ Legacy: A Great Gift to Glasgow exhibition, at the Burrell Collection. Copyright Burrell Collection 
To register for the conference, please write to with your full name, contact details and ICOM member. When registered you’ll receive information for your payment only possible via money transfer on ICOM Costume bank account.
The deadline for pre-registration is June 30th. 

*Please confirm any dietary requirements at the time of booking in the same email.