It is easy to identify a city's identity by looking at its architecture. Architecture is the platform where all cultural, historical and economic monuments meet. With each city's unique identity, the impact is left and history made. Similarly, traditions represent a critical piece of our culture and identity. They help form the structure and foundation of our families and our society. They identify the part of a history that defines our past, shapes who we are today and who we are likely to become. Once we ignore the meaning of our traditions, we're in danger of damaging the underpinning of our identity.
The identity of cities has become a serious issue for many countries at present, so that the role of organizations and governments has become to maintain and fix architectural buildings to save their heritage. For this reason, IEREK has organized the 8th international conference on "Cities' Identity Through Architecture and Arts".
This conference will talk about how historical cities are to change in the future and how architecture and arts are to be preserved. It will also discuss the city's self-identity, how this identity could be affected over the upcoming years as well as how the architecture of a city and contemporary arts could affect the identity of a city.
This conference will also increase awareness of the importance of conserving architectural monuments and arts. IEREK, through this conference, aims to gather research and exchange knowledge from different perspectives and views on the different ways through which architecture and contemporary arts are developed.
Also, IEREK seeks to emphasize the basis of urban development and identities as well as investigating the diverse approaches taken in both fields; architecture and contemporary art.
Following the success of the previous international conferences on "Cities' Identity Through Architecture and Arts", the 8th edition of the conference will be an opportunity to benefit from and exchange knowledge with experts in this field.
Selected papers of the conference will be published in a book series by Springer in a book series titled Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation. Others will be published in the Resourceedings journal byIEREK Press.
1. Identifying and Shaping Cities and formation
1.1 Cities with Religious and Cultural Theme
1.2 City Structure, Features and Elements
1.3 The City's Image and Self-Identity
1.4 Transition to Smart and Cities Structure and Transformation
1.5 Advances Technologies of City Planning and Development
1.6 Urban Growth, Morphology, And Its Impact on Cities Identity
1.7 New Development in Urban Design and Shaping the City and Its Culture
1.8 The Influences of City Elements and Vocabularies in the City Form and Development
2. Heritage Arts Sustainability, Identities and Public Regulations
2.1 Cultural Heritage Protection Conservation and Reuse
2.2 Ideologies and Movements Shaping the City and Its History
2.3 Visuals Arts Role in Documenting Architectural Heritage
2.4 Branding the City Heritage Identities and Sustainable Heritage
2.5 Public Regulations and Efforts in Heritage Conservation
2.6 Mapping Cities Vocabularies Ecological Approach of Conservation Projects
2.7 The Correlation Between Architecture and Arts and Conservation of Cities Vocabularies
2.8 The Role of Heritage Sites in Driving the City Fabrics
3. Contemporary Arts City Visual Arts and Visualization
3.1 Visuals in Architectural Heritage in Modern Era
3.2 Future of Our Past Archeology is Yesterday's Visual Arts for today
3.3 Visual Arts Role in Documenting Architectural Heritage
3.4 Art, Music, Interaction Visualization Media and Its Impact on Human
3.5 The Dialogue Between Ancient and Contemporary Visuals
3.6 Cultural Spaces and Landscapes in Contemporary Arts
3.7 Artistic Heritages and Its Impact on Contemporary Arts
3.8 Contemporary Art in Reviving Modern and Historical Cities
4. Development of Cities’ vocabularies
4.1 Planning for Sustainable Context of Re-discovering Heritage Vocabularies
4.2 The Future of Cities Art, Architecture and Historical Cities
4.3 Architecture and Arts in Cultural Transformation Age
4.4 Shaping and Transformation of Successful Case Studies
4.5 Policies and Guidelines for Planning and Transformation of Cities
4.6 Best Practices for Dealing with Historical Areas & Buildings
4.7 Historic Conservation and Economic Plans for Sustainable Tourism
4.8 Cultural Spaces Development and Landscapes in Contemporary Arts
Abstract Submissions Deadline
11 Jan 2024
Last Notification for Abstract Acceptance
10 Feb 2024
Full Paper Submission Deadline
10 Apr 2024
Last Notification for Full-Paper Acceptance
10 May 2024
Early Payment Deadline
10 Apr 2024
Regular Payment Deadline
10 May 2024
Late Payment Deadline
09 Jun 2024
Letter of Visa (for delegates who need visa entry)