What is the IAASF?

The International Arts and Antiquities Security Forum (IAASF) is an organisation dedicated to supporting and educating a global audience on the protection of arts, antiquities, and cultural heritage. This is achieved using social media, conferences, and exhibitors from its headquarters in the Northeast of England. The IAASF aims to provide those involved in the protection and safeguarding of cultural and heritage venues with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to play a protective role in the protection of artefacts, operations and people.

Who Should Attend the Conferences?

The conferences are intended to combine educational sessions with practical guidance and increased awareness of the latest innovations that exist commercially to protect the sectors, oh and there are some excellent opportunities and abilities to learn from peers.

The educational sessions are designed to help the audience understand the threats that exist, best practices in the protection of assets, and understanding the proactive part that everybody can play in reducing the risks that exist.

Irrespective of your role within the arts and cultural heritage sectors (including, venue owners, curatorial team, operations, facility management teams, security organisations and even government agencies) will benefit from attending IAASF conference. Ultimately, anyone who has either a personal or professional desire to protect our cultural, art or heritage for future generations should attend.

Talk to us

Have any questions? Feel free to contact the IAASF Coordinator Louise Williamson – [email protected]/[email protected].

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