Notwithstanding worldwide gatherings on Ethiopian examinations, explicit congresses devoted to workmanship have happened starting around 1986. They were coordinated first at the induction of the antiquarian Richard Pankhurst, author of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES) at Addis Ababa University, and Stanislaw Chojnacki, attendant of the IES Museum until the insurgency, who were both productive scholars on Ethiopian craftsmanship and history. First zeroing in on Christian craftsmanship, the procedures of these gatherings tended to quite certain focuses and don't give any broad outlines. They show, nonetheless, a field of concentrate and how this field is logically characterized. On the off chance that these meetings have not generally assembled each workmanship student of history who is an expert on Ethiopia, they do give great experiences into researchers keen on the field essentially at one point in their professions, and hence give a rundown of researchers to follow. Regardless of whether the articles distributed in these procedures are of altogether different quality, they might be dug for data. Stretches between the gatherings have been sporadic. Until now, ten gatherings have met, and procedures were distributed for six of them. The third one was held in Addis Ababa in November 1993, and the procedures were declared however never showed up. The eighth meeting was held in Addis Ababa in November 2009, the 10th in Vienna in September 2013, and the 10th in Maqale (Ethiopia) in December 2015.