ICOMOS GA 2023 Video Series: Call for submissions from Delegates

ICOMOS GA2023: Delegate’s Video Call for Submissions

As part of the ICOMOS General Assembly 2023 we’re working with the Art of Multimedia to create a video with delegates from around the world. We want you to showcase where you’re from and a heritage place that’s special to you.

Tell us in no more than 30 words, ‘What is special about your place?’

Film yourself and submit your video to be included!

Technical specifications

  • Files to be provided in mp4 format.
  • Landscape orientation video minimum HD 1920 x 1080.
  • Audio recording audio on phone, desktop zoom camera etc, is fine. Please ensure background noise is kept to a minimum and we can clearly hear you speak.
  • Please avoid recording in a windy area and ensure light is coming from behind the camera to light your face, not from behind you.
  • If providing photographs, high resolution (1920 x 1080) and landscape is preferred.
  • Video files should be provided via Dropbox, WeTransfer or similar.

Submission details

Only complete submissions may be considered, including the Submission Form and signed Presenter Release Form.

Please submit your video (via Dropbox, WeTransfer or similar link) and the required forms to the Art of Multimedia by 30 June 2023, info@artofmultimedia.com.au

GA2023 Opal Digital Patron, Art of Multimedia, is producing a series of short videos to showcase inspiring Australian cultural heritage properties which delegates may visit.

The GA2023 video series will offer a taste of some special Australian cultural places as their leaders share their delight in welcoming you to their World Heritage property to meet the team, exchange ideas, to see and learn what makes them unique.

Cockatoo Island / Wareamah

We’re thrilled to be holding the GA2023 Youth Forum at Cockatoo Island / Wareamah as part of the GA! (There is more information on the Youth Forum here).

We are pleased to present the first video featuring Janet Carding, Executive Director of the Harbour Trust explaining why this is such a special site for all GA2023 delegates to visit.

Photos provided by Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.

Hyde Park Barracks

We’re excited to showcase Hyde Park Barracks, part of the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage property. Here is our second video featuring Susan Sedgwick, Director of Museum Operations and Visitor Services from Museums of History NSW giving insight into its award-winning interpretation.

Sydney Opera House

In the third video of this series, we welcome Louise Herron AM, Chief Executive Officer of the Sydney Opera House who explains why you should visit this iconic symbol of Sydney and exemplar of human creative genius.

Kamay Botany Bay National Park

The fourth video in this series focusses on the encounter of two cultures. We welcome Noeleen Timbery, Chairperson, La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council who explains the significance of this place for Australia’s Aboriginal community, their story and early contact with the crew of the HMB Endeavour in 1770.