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John Charles Hurd

President Advisory Committee

International Council on Monuments and Sites

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7566 0031

Email: j***@***.org

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International Council on Monuments and Sites

70 Cowcross Street

London, Greater London,EC1M 6EJ

United Kingdom

Company Description

The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) is an association of professionals that currently brings together approximately 9,500 members in 110 national committees throughout the world, dedicated to the conservation of the world's cultural herit...more

Background Information

Employment History

Abstracts Evaluating Committee


Head of Conservation

Global Heritage Fund


Senior Conservation Consultant

The University of Edinburgh


Consultant UNESCO Division Cultural Heritage

UNESCO


Affiliations

University of York

Visiting Fellow of the School of Archaeology


Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies

Fellow


Hurd Conservation International

Founder


Education

B.Sc.

Geology


two-year Conservation Science diploma


Web References(65 Total References)


GHF UK – Global Heritage Fund

globalheritagefund.org [cached]

Mr. John Hurd
President of the ICOMOS Advisory Committee Mr. John Hurd President of the ICOMOS Advisory Committee


Staff and Board – Global Heritage Fund

globalheritagefund.org [cached]

John Hurd
SENIOR ADVISOR - CONSERVATION John Hurd joined Global Heritage Fund in 2005 and has worked with GHF project directors and international experts on site selection, project monitoring, and especially technical direction and advice. John is also a member of the GHF Senior Advisory Board, a widely representative group of international specialists who review GHF procedures, especially site selection and annual project assessment. Following his Bachelors of Science in the Geology of Clays, John received a two-year Conservation Science diploma and an 'objects' higher National diploma, leading to work as a sculpture conservator at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. From 1989 -1998, John was a partner at Lincoln Conservation Studio, a busy atelier specializing in large architectural objects conservation. In 1998, John formed Hurd Conservation International, an international field consultancy with projects across Asia for several International agencies. He was also a senior conservation consultant to UNESCO, Division of Cultural Heritage, on the Silk Roads cities of Central Asia. John Hurd chaired the International Council on Monuments and Sites, (ICOMOS) UK Earth Scientific Committee from 1994-2000, and was elected as President of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Earthen Architectural Heritage in 2006. In October 2006 he was elected as President of the ICOMOS Advisory Committee. John is a fellow of the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies and a Visiting Fellow of the school of Archaeology at the University of York. John is dedicated to education and training with cultural sensitivity and focus. He has run summer schools in India, the Trans-Himalaya region, China, and Europe. John Hurd SENIOR ADVISOR - CONSERVATION John Hurd joined Global Heritage Fund in 2005 and has worked with GHF project directors and international experts on site selection, project monitoring, and especially technical direction and advice. John is also a member of the GHF Senior Advisory Board, a widely representative group of international specialists who review GHF procedures, especially site selection and annual project assessment. Following his Bachelors of Science in the Geology of Clays, John received a two-year Conservation Science diploma and an 'objects' higher National diploma, leading to work as a sculpture conservator at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. From 1989 -1998, John was a partner at Lincoln Conservation Studio, a busy atelier specializing in large architectural objects conservation. In 1998, John formed Hurd Conservation International, an international field consultancy with projects across Asia for several International agencies. He was also a senior conservation consultant to UNESCO, Division of Cultural Heritage, on the Silk Roads cities of Central Asia. John Hurd chaired the International Council on Monuments and Sites, (ICOMOS) UK Earth Scientific Committee from 1994-2000, and was elected as President of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Earthen Architectural Heritage in 2006. In October 2006 he was elected as President of the ICOMOS Advisory Committee. John is a fellow of the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies and a Visiting Fellow of the school of Archaeology at the University of York. John is dedicated to education and training with cultural sensitivity and focus. He has run summer schools in India, the Trans-Himalaya region, China, and Europe.


www.scientificamerican.com

John Hurd, of the International Council on Monuments and Site, said nations should strive to protect every historical site if possible-primarily by leaving it up to local governments and municipalities to manage their preservation.
If prioritization must occur, he added, it should be based on vulnerability, not cultural value.


EHHF Paris 2010 : 2010 : EHHF

ehhf.english-heritage.org.uk [cached]

Keynote speeches were made by John Hurd, Chairman of the Advisory Committee of ICOMOS International and member of the Executive Committee of ICOMOS UK; Isabelle Lemesle, President of the Centre of National Monuments (France) and Anne Vourc'h, Director of the Grands Sites de France (France) sharing their extenisve experience in the field of heritage and tourism.


www.intbau.org

John Hurd
Director of Archaeological Conservation, Global Heritage Fund President, ICOMOS Advisory Committee


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