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1. Medieval panels return event, Torbryan, Devon
The medieval panels were stolen in 2013, recovered and are now restored. The village is holding a medieval midsummer celebration to welcome them back
When: 9 July 2016
Where: Torbryan near Totnes, Devon, UK
More Info: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/welcome-home-party-for-church-s-stolen-screens/story-29458667-detail/story.html
2. Provenance and Due Diligence in a Global Context, Course, London
This course, taught through Christies Education by Dr Christa Roodt, focuses on how provenance research helps to remove impediments arising from lack of information about works of art and cultural objects for sale.
When: 14–15 July 2016
More Info: http://www.christies.edu/about-us/conference2016/Explore3
3. Destruction and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage, Short Course, Heidelberg
This short course for PhD students in a diverse range of fields will focus on up-to-date information about the destruction and reconstruction of cultural heritage.
When: 20 July 2016 (applications due by)
Where: Heidelberg Center for Cultural Heritage, Heidelberg University
Cost: Free. Travel and accommodation expenses covered by organisers.
More Info: http://www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-31320
4. The Destruction of Memory, Film Screening, Scottsdale
The Arizona premiere of this film that describes the unprecedented destruction of humanity’s patrimony in Iraq and Syria. There will also be a Q&A.
When: 21 July 2016
Where: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona
More Info: https://www.smoca.org/event/the-destruction-of-memory/