The Scottish Conservation sector's keynote annual Plenderleith lecture for
2016 will address a controversial and highly topical subject - the global
trafficking of antiquities and other cultural objects. Icon Scotland Group
is pleased to welcome this year's speaker - Doctor Neil Brodie, Senior
Research Fellow, Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa
Project at the University of Oxford. The lecture will be held at St Mungo
Museum of Religious Art and Life in Glasgow on 24th November 2016 from
6-7pm. The event will be preceded by the Icon Scotland Group's AGM (to which
all Members are invited) from 5.15 - 5.45, and followed by a drinks
reception. A separate free CPD event is being planned for the afternoon of
the day, from 2-4pm based around the GSA Mackintosh fire recovery project.
More details for this will be available on Eventbrite soon.  For more
details and booking see:


Carol E Brown ACR Dip Arch Cons


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