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NSW Landscape Heritage Workshop

NSW Landscape Heritage Workshop
Join theĀ AILA Landscape Heritage Group to nominate ten significant landscape heritage sites for the NSW State Heritage Register.

HERITAGE STUDY BACKGROUND

AILA NSW has engaged heritage consultants MHQ to prepare a study to identify state significant landscapes. The study, funded by the NSW Heritage Grants program, will be guided by the AILA landscape heritage group (ALHG). The project is in its early research and scoping phase, and aims to identify significant cultural landscapes. The study will also address important heritage conservation areas, heritage curtilages and smaller scale gardens, trees and items that may be suitable for listing on the State Heritage Register - but we need your help.



WORKSHOP 1
The workshop is designed to engage and consult our AILA members, landscape heritage professionals and the wider community. MHQ will provide an update on their study progress, and offer workshop participants the opportunity to identify and submit their own significant landscapes for consideration in the study. This workshop will also provide an opportunity to identify significant landscapes and places under threat. There will be a second workshop to summarise the findings of this two year study for our members, professionals and the wider community


FACILITATORS
  • Colleen Morris, landscape heritage consultant with extensive experience in the assessment of cultural landscapes and their management.
  • Christine Hay, heritage consultant and registered landscape architect with a commitment to the management and conservation of cultural landscapes.
  • James Quoyle, heritage consultant and registered architect, Chair of the Sydney branch of the AGHS.
PROGRAM

Welcome + introduction l D Matthew Taylor

Acknowledgement of Country l Craig Burton

Learning from the Cumberland Plain and other studies l Colleen Morris

Overview of the study to date l Christine Hay + James Quoyle

Focus groups l Tease out priorities, engage in the listing process and determine AILA significant landscapes

Panel discussion l Helen Armstrong (chair), Craig Burton, Oi Choong, Colleen Morris, and D Matthew Taylor

Data sheet project l Members to complete a data sheet for one of the items from their top 10


GUESTS

Jane Irwin, registered landscape architect (JILA), member Heritage Council NSW
Stuart Read, heritage officer (landscape specialist OEH)

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Monday 14 March, 2016
Time: 09:30 - 14:00
Location: Tusculum, 1-3 Manning Street, Potts Point
CPD: 3
Price:
Members: $10
Non-members: $25

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When
3/14/2016 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Where
Tusculum 1-3 Manning Street POTTS POINT NSW 2011
 

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