Members of the public are invited to attend two upcoming heritage events organized by Carleton University, taking place on April 26 and 27, 2019: the 2019 Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture and the 14th Annual Graduate Heritage Conservation Symposium.
The Herb Stovel Memorial Lecture will be presented by Jill Taylor of THA Architects, Toronto, and is entitled Saving the Lived Message. Organized by the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies to commemorate professor Herb Stovel, this public lecture will take place at Carleton University's Paterson Hall PA 303 on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 6:00 pm, with a light reception to follow.
The lecture is free but please REGISTER HERE, as seating is limited.
The 2019 symposium, entitled Heritage Intersections: People and Placemaking, is presented by graduate students of the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies’s Heritage Conservation program, as well as the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism's Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation and Masters of Architecture. The Symposium will take place on April 27th, 2019 at the Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa, from 9:00 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon. Doors open at 8:30 am. This event will feature dynamic lectures from a variety of heritage professionals, scholars, and other practitioners, who will explore areas of intersection between architecture, engineering, and the humanities. Heritage Ottawa is pleased to be sponsoring this important student-led initiative.
Please visit the Heritage Conservation Symposium website to explore the programme and to REGISTER. The registration fee ($45 regular/$15 students) includes light refreshments, coffee, and lunch. We encourage you to RSVP in advance, as prices increase by $5 at the door.
Both the Lecture and Heritage Conservation Symposium promise to be thought-provoking and encourage constructive dialogue, and we hope to see you there. Please feel free to forward this invitation to others who may be interested in these events.