AICCM is turning 50 in 2023 and it’s time to celebrate!

Join us from 15-17 November 2023
at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra


for the AICCM 50+/-50 National Conference


our first in-person conference since 2019


Date: 15 – 17 November 2023
Location: National Gallery of Australia
Call for Papers: due 30 April 2023
Registrations: open July 2023

Each day of the AICCM 50 +/-50 conference will centre around one of the three themes that looks to the past, acknowledges the present and gazes into the future:

  • Reflection
  • Recognition
  • Realisations

The program will include a welcome event (including the AICCM Award presentations), conference sessions, panel discussion/s, conference dinner at Old Parliament House, and a half-day for SIG meetings and specialist sessions. There will also be birthday cake!

Call for Papers Information

Now open! Closing April 30

The organising committee would like to invite proposals of up to 250 words for full presentations, lightning talks and posters on events, topics, treatments or musings on where we have come from, what we have achieved, and what is yet to come.


AICCM 50_50 National conference 2023 Proposal Form

Please send your proposal using the attached template, or any queries, to by 30 April 2023.

Presenters will be notified of acceptance of their submission in June. Two-page extended abstracts will be requested from presenters by the end of September. All presentations will be published in an extended abstracts booklet which will be given to attendees at the time of the conference.

We hope to see you in Canberra!

The 2023 Conference Committee

Celia Cramer, Alice Cannon, Alana Treasure, Belinda Muir, Christina Ritschel, Doug Rogan, Lucilla Ronai, Colin Macgregor, Maria Genetzakis