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June 2021

AMPS – Cities in a Changing World: Questions of Culture, Climate, and Design

16 June - 18 June

The premise of this conference is that the city is a site of interconnected problems. No single issue dominates its needs. No single discipline has the answers to its questions. As a result, the range of issues we deal with is vast. Urban designers are developing new models of settlement planning to address housing needs. Architects are renovating ever more existing buildings. Infrastructure designers are developing faster modes of transportation. Planners are demanding lower C02 emissions from industry. In a…

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IHBC Annual School 2021 – Historic Places – People Places

17 June - 18 June

The IHBC’s Brighton 2021 School is a centre of understanding and learning in the care and management of places for people. Flexible and accessible delegate options that may extend up to 3 days, and more, of: Diverse learning resources and opportunities Events, live and virtual and – where viable – on-site and in-person; and New practice-based insights in our learning-led Heritage MarketPlace, including access to expert advice, services, advocacy and networks, challenging opinion while stimulating practical solutions, School features Low fees from £25 (IHBC Members,…

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SW Branch – Hagley Hall: Landscapes

23 June

The day will be spent looking at Hagley Park and Garden and includes tours of Hagley Hall and Hagley Park with Joe Hawkins, Head of Landscape, and also a session for those who are not full members of the IHBC on how to make an application for full membership. The cost of the day is £15 for IHBC Members and £20 for Non-Members. Everyone is very welcome (although please book in advance). Social distancing rules will apply and please bring…

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SPAB Cement Removal & Hot Lime Pointing Workshop

23 June - 09:00 - 25 June - 17:00
Moffat Old Churchyard, Moffat Old Churchyard
Moffat, DG10 9EB United Kingdom
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Our Humble Heritage workshops are a new series designed to give delegates a thorough theoretical and technical basis of knowledge about a subject, reinforced with guided practical, hands-on experience. On this course delegates will learn about the following: Lime cycle Traditional Building Technology How to attain effective porosity and capillarity SPAB philosophy of repair and best practice conservation principles How to select, prepare, and apply earth-lime and hot mixed lime mortars How to safely remove cementicious mortars with minimal damage to…

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IHBC Mate Session

23 June - 14:00 - 17:00

You are invited to attend an online IHBC Membership Application Training Event (MATE). This will last approximately 3 hours. This MATE will be led by Ramona Usher/Sean O'Reilly/Fiona Newton. How will the online MATE work? The format is similar to the familiar in person MATE, helping you to understand the IHBc Application process and how best to complete your application. The MATE will be delivered through GoToMeeting. Log in details will be provided closer to the event. GoTo Meeting is…

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SHBT – Castles in the Air – Reusing Abandoned Buildings Creatively

23 June - 18:00 - 18:30

Focusing on the history and decline of St Peter's Seminary, Ed Hollis looks at how we can best reuse abandoned spaces that have been left in ruin. SHBT takes complex historical building preservation projects from inception to completion, drawing on over 35 years of project experience. Entirely dependent on grants and philanthropy the Trust draws on support from the local communities with whom it works, its friends and supporters and funding bodies to retain key buildings at risk of terminal…

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Edinburgh World Heritage – Heritage Under Threat: climate change & the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh

23 June - 20:00 - 21:00

In late May of this year, heritage and climate experts from around the world met to discuss the threat climate change represents to the Old & New Towns of Edinburgh UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join us for this live event to hear our panel of experts review their conclusions and set out the ways in which our unique heritage can be protected in the face of changing and potentially extreme climate. With Associate Professor Scott Heron , co-developer of the…

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HTVF – Supporting Historic High Streets: Changing Visions for Town Centres #3

24 June - 12:00 - 14:00

Continuing our popular series on Supporting Historic High Streets, this series of webinars will explore the future of city and town centres, the stores that once anchored them, and the role of place-making. Well before the pandemic, the High Street’s battle against out-of-town and online shopping was in full flow, and ideas about adding leisure activities and a wider range of experiences and uses were coming to the fore. High streets have always reflected our built and social heritage - attracting…

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SPAB Working Party – Saving the Gable

25 June - 27 June

Each year the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) runs several working parties to gather volunteers, community members, historic building professionals and conservation specialists for a short period of work and learning, whilst putting our expertise and advice into practice on a historic building in need. For this working party, we will be based in the Old Churchyard in the town of Moffat focusing on the sole surviving gable of the pre-reformation C15th Parish Church. We plan to…

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AMPS – Urban Assemblage: The City as Architecture, Media, AI, and Big Data

28 June - 30 June
University of Hertfordshire

This conference is planned as a hybrid in-person and virtual event. The keynote will be held in London. In-person presentations will take place in the University of Hertfordshire campus in Hatfield on the outskirts of London. Based on an interdisciplinary reading of the built environment as architecture, data, technology, digital innovation, artistic creation and urban design, this conference will be organised in subject areas including: ARCHITECTURE  &  URBAN DESIGN   |   AI,  DATA  &  TECHNOLOGY   |   MEDIA  &  COMMUNICATIONS   |   ART, …

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