Notwithstanding global meetings on Ethiopian examinations, explicit congresses committed to craftsmanship have happened since 1986. They were sorted out first at the affectation of the antiquarian Richard Pankhurst, organizer of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES) at Addis Ababa University, and Stanislav Chojnacki, attendant of the IES Museum until the transformation, who were both productive essayists on Ethiopian workmanship and history. First concentrating on Christian craftsmanship, the procedures of these meetings tended to unmistakable focuses and don't give any broad outlines. They show, in any case, a field of study and how this field is open-mindedly characterized. On the off chance that these gatherings have not generally assembled each workmanship antiquarian who is a master on Ethiopia, they do give great experiences into researchers intrigued by the field at any rate at one point in their vocations, and accordingly 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 meetings 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 gathering was held in Addis Ababa in November 2009, the ninth in Vienna in September 2013, and the tenth in Male (Ethiopia) in December 2015.