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January 2021

HE – Industrial Heritage Part 3

21 January - 13:00 - 14:00
Free

Our third industrial heritage webinar will look at the identification, assessment and recording of industrial heritage sites (landscapes, standing structures/buildings, archaeological remains) through the planning process in England, as well as considering potential public benefits arising from such work. We are very fortunate in having both Norman Redhead (Heritage Management Director, Archaeology, Greater Manchester Archaeological Advisory Service) and Dr Mike Nevell (Industrial Heritage Support Officer and Research Fellow of University of Salford, Centre for Applied Archaeology) as presenters who have…

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St Edmundsbury Cathedral – From Rise to Ruins

23 January - 14:00 - 15:00

This talk will examine how, focussed on the shrine of St Edmund, the abbey and town developed from their Anglo-Saxon origins into the Norman period. It will consider the archaeological evidence for the growth of the built environment as wealth was generated and expansion took place, in this period of cultural change. Biography: Dr Abby Antrobus is a Senior Archaeological Officer at Suffolk County Council where she provides advice on the archaeological implications of development across Suffolk, particularly in the…

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Kellogg College & Historic Towns Forum – Capturing a Place’s Character: My Town Heritage Explorers

28 January - 12:00 - 14:00

This pair of webinar-workshops will explore why defining local character matters, and will introduce the Toolkit that the Historic Towns and Villages Forum has been developing as part of a National Lottery Heritage Fund project - for delegates to use. The proposals in the 2020 Planning White Paper point to far greater emphasis on gathering evidence about places much earlier in the Local Plan process. In order for the character and nature of places to be properly taken into account…

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March 2021

SPAB – From Granby Four Streets to Spitalfields: Community Led Regeneration

4 March - 12:00 - 13:00
£6

The “Granby Four Streets” project in Liverpool brought architecture and design collective Assemble and Toxteth residents wide recognition for an approach to regeneration that placed a community’s affection for its local heritage, and local people’s talents and resourcefulness, at its heart. Over the last decade they have worked together to realise a sustainable and incremental vision for the Granby area, including affordable housing, public space and new enterprise opportunities, winning the 2015 Turner Prize along the way. Fran Edgerley, a…

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HTVF – Heritage Interpretation for Places and Spaces: Part 1

11 March - 12:00 - 14:00

Celebrating our historic assets and local identity is a key step in developing a sustainable visitor economy, bringing more life back to our high streets, encouraging more tourism, but also recognising and promoting local pride. Capturing history and conveying it to others should be a fundamental part of how we manage changing historic cities, towns, villages, neighbourhoods, streets and buildings. Exemplary heritage interpretation can be the difference between a place being overlooked and neglected, or it becoming a new attraction…

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HTVF – Heritage Interpretation for Places and Spaces: Part 2

25 March - 12:00 - 14:00

Celebrating our historic assets and local identity is a key step in developing a sustainable visitor economy, bringing more life back to our high streets, encouraging more tourism, but also recognising and promoting local pride. Capturing history and conveying it to others should be a fundamental part of how we manage changing historic cities, towns, villages, neighbourhoods, streets and buildings. Exemplary heritage interpretation can be the difference between a place being overlooked and neglected, or it becoming a new attraction…

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June 2021

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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September 2021

Attingham Trust – From College Library to Country House

13 September - 17 September
Clare College, University of Cambridge United Kingdom + Google Map

From College Library to Country House is conceived from the perspective of the British aristocracy and gentry whose education centred upon preparing to run the country estate, including house and collections, and will argue for the importance of the library and the book collection in this process. Too often in country house studies the architecture, interior design and art collections have held sway and this programme aims to foreground the College book collections at the disposal of tutors and the subsequent…

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