ICON 2019 Conference: New Perspectives: Contemporary Conservation Thinking and Practice
12- 15 June 2019
#Icon19 provides the platform we need to engage with the latest developments in conservation of cultural heritage – to exchange knowledge, network with colleagues new and old, to support each other in our professional development and promote professional standards of conservation across the UK!
The Conference theme will explore the latest research, practical applications and innovative thinking across the sector.
Owing to popular demand, #Icon19 also features a greater variety of ancillary events than ever before!
Every registration includes a free ticket to the Opening Reception at Ulster Museum for a wine and a canape reception the evening of Wednesday, 12th June, and of course full access to two full days of seven parallel conference sessions at Belfast Waterfront.
In addition – join us for our all of the exciting events happening during our visit!
- Full programme of tours of Belfast and the surrounding area during the day on Wednesday 12th June. Watch this space!
- Conference tour options will include:
- A special reception for international delegates on Tuesday 11th June, aboard the historic SS Nomadic at Titanic Belfast – open to one and all! If you’re coming from afar, look out for your special discount code to register! If you’re coming from closer to home, please come along to mix and mingle and help us welcome our international colleagues!
- Icon’s Formal Triennial Conference Dinner at Belfast City Hall on Thursday 13th June. Booking now! Be seen – and feel free to bring your friends and family!
- Tours of Belfast for friends and family on Friday 14th June, while you’re in the second day of sessions. Watch this space – booking opens soon!
- Unwind in style at our Steam Jazz Night on Friday 14th June – feel free to bring your friends and family! Booking now
- Regional excursion on Saturday 15th June. Watch this space- booking opens soon!
There’s not a moment to lose! Register now and get in on all the action.
19 March 2019
Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JA
Tickets £35-155 from https://htvf-heritage-communities.eventbrite.co.uk
As local authorities’ resources are further constrained, many are looking to local communities and experts for support in preparing heritage-related materials. Ranging from undertaking conservation area appraisals, surveying for Heritage at Risk registers, drawing up evidence to support local lists of assets, communities are stepping into these roles with considerable success. This seminar is an opportunity to hear more about how this can be done and how to manage expectations.
This seminar will be of interest to local authority officers and councillors, civic and amenity societies, and consultants with an interest in planning, urban design, community action, and heritage management.
||Tea and coffee on arrival
||Welcome, Louise Thomas, HTVF Director
||Networked Heritage, Oluwaseun Soyemi, Heritage Lottery Fund
||Undertaking a Conservation Area Appraisal, Susy Shearer, local historian/ community engagement specialist, Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Forum
||Q&A followed by tea and coffee
||Telling your place’s story for the community and visitors, Rafi Ilivitzky, TrailTale
||How local authorities can use volunteers, Richard Tuffrey, former Design and Conservation Principal, High Peak Borough & Staffordshire Moorlands Council
||Toolkits to support greater involvement, Louise Thomas, HTVF
||Introduction to workshop: Getting help on a community-led heritage project, Benjamin Parker, Heritage Trust Network
||Tea and coffee
||Peckham Coal Line – What community-led visions can do, Colin Sterling, Peckham Coal Line Steering Group
Kindly sponsored by Trailtale
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8 February 2019
How can the private sector better work with the humanitarian sector in pre- post-disaster reconstruction and development to reinforce local ownership and support localisation ?
This one-day conference is an opportunity for the private and humanitarian sectors to meet and consider how to work together to support and develop local capacity for longer term sustainability and resilience. It will take the form of presentations about current and proposed initiatives and collaborative workshops discussing various issues related to collaboration between humanitarian, governmental, academic, and private partners.
With the impact of climate change becoming increasingly apparent, humanitarian partnerships with private sector companies are set to the rise. This conference is focused on sharing information about, identifying and promoting effective ways for the private and humanitarian sectors to better collaborate to promote outcomes which support and reinforce localisation.
Attendance is free for the humanitarian, NGO and charity sector, with only a modest fee for private sector partners. It takes place at BRE, one of the world’s leading built environment research and testing organisations, with a mission to improve the built environment for all. BRE is also the developer of QSAND, on behalf of IFRC, which is the freely available shelter and settlement sustainability and resilience tool to aid disaster reconstruction. BRE’s demonstration facilities include a life-size, walk-through humanitarian shelter, which will be available for viewing during the conference..
Further details here
7 November 2018
This conference, organised jointly by the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland (AHSS) and the Scottish Civic Trust (SCT) will explore the challenges faced by Scotland’s high streets and smaller town centres. Speakers will examine projects and schemes aimed at regenerating high streets and the conference will bring together experts on the subject tackling the issue from a range of perspectives. This is a rare chance to hear from people working at the cutting-edge of practice and policy.
Further details and bookings here
21 November 2018
Hear from four leading, international organisations on their work to create social and economic opportunities through the promotion and preservation of global cultural heritage.
In this fascinating discussion, chaired by historian, author and broadcaster Bettany Hughes, representatives from Turquoise Mountain Trust, Environmental Quality International, Sustainable Preservation Initiative and Cultural Heritage Without Borders (Albania) will explore the complex social contexts in which their organisations work, from rural poverty, political instability, active conflict and post-conflict areas.
Examine the approaches and experiences of these organisations, their long-term social, cultural and economic impact and discuss their ongoing efforts to deliver meaningful change and empowerment for the communities that they work within.
This Culture in Crisis event is programmed in partnership with the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund.
Book your FREE ticket here