ICOM International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities (CAMOC)
2005 Moscow Russia
2005, Moscow (Russia), on the initiative of Moscow City Museum and museum professionals in other countries who felt the need for a committee which would focus on museums of the city. Committee was approved by the Executive Council of B-XB1749 - International Council of Museums (ICOM) during the ICOM General Conference held in Seoul (Korea Rep), Oct 2004. At a meeting in Moscow (Russia), Apr 2005, delegates form 13 countries drafted the Committee's aims and objectives and elected an Executive Board.
Serve as a forum for all who are interested and involved in cities, where they can share knowledge and experience, exchange ideas and explore partnerships across national boundaries; be recognized as an international authority on the subject and a think-tank for ICOM on cities and city museums.
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Executive Board of 15 members, including Chairperson, 2 Vice Chairpersons and Secretary.
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