In these days the 24th General Conference of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) is held in Milan at the MiCo Milano Congressi and MyTemplArt® is stand in the international event to present the latest services to support certification and geolocation of the artworks as well as the physical handling of cultural heritage.

But first of all we understand what ICOM is. The International Council of Museums (ICOM), created in 1946, is a worldwide organisation of museums and museum professionals. ICOM is committed to promoting and protecting natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible. With more than 35,000 members in 136 countries, the ICOM network is made up of museum professionals from a wide range of museum- and heritage-related disciplines.


ICOM promotes standards of excellence in the museum field, in particular through its ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums, a standard-setting tool for museums, which includes basic principles for museum governance, the acquisition and disposal of collections, and rules for professional conduct. ICOM’s other activities include fighting illicit traffic in cultural goods and promoting risk management and emergency preparedness to protect world cultural heritage in the event of natural or man-made disasters.


In order to carry out these activities, ICOM partners with entities such as ICCROM, INTERPOL, the World Customs Organisation, and the World Intellectual Property Organization, and maintains a long-standing collaboration with UNESCO. The UNESCO-ICOM Museum Information Centre, created in 1946, gathers the most comprehensive collection of ICOM publications including ICOM News, ICOM Red Lists, publications by International Committees and conference proceedings.


ICOM’s commitment to culture and knowledge sharing is reinforced by its 30 International Committees, which are dedicated to a wide range of museum specialties and conduct advanced research in their respective fields for the benefit of the museum community. The organisation’s International and National Committees, Regional Alliances and Affiliated Organisations hold conferences and symposiums worldwide that focus on pre-defined themes with a view to fostering exchange among museum professionals of all nationalities.

Every three years, ICOM’s General Conference gathers the international museum community around a theme chosen by museum professionals. In 2013 it took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and in 2010 in Shanghai, China.  This year the Conference is held in Milan and MyTemplArt® awaits you at 43b stand to introduce new services in relation to the needs of museums and of the cultural operators.


MyTemplArt® is an innovative digital tool for cataloging, sharing and managing artworks and their documents addressed to the whole art world. A cloud platform user-friendly that allows: to work, edit, view artworks and/or documents from any location; share information according to the filters and user-defined mode ensuring security and privacy; safeguard and valorize the Heritage through a simple, complete and unique cataloging solution.

MyTemplArt®, in addition to being a technological solution, reduces costs by optimizing processes and increasing revenues through more effective disclousure.

Paola Sacconi

MyTemplArt® Communication Manager


For information about ICOM’s General Conference Milan 2016, read the article

MyTemplArt® goes to ICOM Milan 2016.

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