ACT and Region Annual Australian Heritage Partnership Symposium

ACT and Region Annual Australian Heritage Partnership Symposium

ACT and Region Annual Australian Heritage Partnership Symposium 18 July 2015

'Sharing Heritage: Create, Change, Cherish'

Hosted by: Canberra Archaeological Society, National Trust of Australia (ACT), Canberra and District Historical Society, and Australia ICOMOS

Date: Saturday 18 July 2015

Venue: Sir Roland Wilson Building Theatre, Building 120, Australian National University, Acton

Cost: $70 full, $50 members of the host organisations, $30 concessions, full-time students and speakers. Registration details will be available early May 2015.

We all live in the Canberra region. We share its positive and negative attributes. We contribute to its vibrancy and growth and create its character. We all - communities, heritage professionals and decision makers - care about its future.

In a time of continuous change for the city, its surrounds and the region, how do we measure successful development and use; what does it look and feel like? In a city that is home to the nation’s collective memory and cultural heritage organisations, what are the ways we create access and participation in local and national heritage, cherishing and celebrating collective and individual stories? And if Canberra is the centre of the nation’s decision making, what international trends are we connected to? When change is the only constant, what role does heritage play in civic responsibility, ethical practices and authentic experiences?

Presentations:

Session 2


Session 3


Session 4


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