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June 2021

LT – Llwyn Celyn – using digital techniques to create a virtual encounter with the site

11 June - 10:00 - 12 June - 17:00
Llwyn Celyn, Cwmyoy NP7 7NE
Cwmyoy, NP7 7NE United Kingdom
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This demo day and workshop is your chance to see behind the scenes at LLWYN CELYN and get hands on experience with the skills and technology The one day course will be run by Graham Sykes and Henry Flint from AH Scanning, both highly experienced in using laser scanning and 3D technologies, particularly in the field of digital heritage. Kasia Howard, Engagement Manager from the Landmark trust will also input on the restoration of the site, activities and commissioning a digital heritage…

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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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OUDCE – Researching the historic environment: key skills and resources

29 June - 09:30 - 30 June - 13:00

Heritage research demands a diverse knowledge base and a complex skillset. The evidence that heritage researchers use on a daily basis is multidisciplinary: from combing through published and unpublished reports to processing maps, analysing historic images, and investigating artefacts. Having the knowledge to find useful and reliable sources of information and possessing the skills to process this evidence is paramount to producing high quality reports. This course provides instruction in four main categories of research: (1) published and unpublished reports…

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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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