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“The Heritage of Change” Conference 2019 : Historic Places Aotearoa & ICOMOS NZ (Preliminary Details)

Historic Places Aotearoa and ICOMOS NZ are holding a joint Conference this year. There will be breakout time for each to hold their respective AGMs.

11 - 13 October 2019 Gisborne Tairāwhiti

Venue:
Waikanae Beach Surf Lifesaving clubrooms 282 Grey Street Gisborne

A detailed programme is being developed and information will be sent out as soon as it is available.
This preliminary flier is to assist attendees with travel plans; travel to and from Gisborne is restricted by limited flight availability.
This early notice of conference dates and times is to enable attendees to make early travel and accommodation bookings.

Welcome to the joint 2019 conference of Historic Places Aotearoa and ICOMOS NZ

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“The Political Election Landscape for Heritage
”- HPA Exec Member Denis Pilkington Gave A Presentation To The HPA AGM On What Was Being Offered 
To The Heritage Voter At The 2017 Election.

I was asked to check out the various political party manifestos to see what was on offer during the election campaign. Heritage appears to be a fairly minor issue in the election process as it was not mentioned at all by United Future, it received a passing comment by ACT, NZ First offered a one line policy and there was only slightly more from National and while the policies from Labour and the Greens were a little more detailed they are both quite brief. (more…)

HPA AGM 2018 @ PALMERSTON NORTH: THE DETAILS 

HPA AGM 2018 @ PALMERSTON NORTH: THE DETAILS 

The 2018 Annual General Meeting of
Historic Places Aotearoa Inc. is to be held in Palmerston North on Saturday, 13th October. 

The venue is Caccia-Birch House, 130 Te Awe Awe St, Palmerston North. 

Details off the programme and accommodation recommendations are being worked through at present and will be advised shortly. 

HPA AGM 2017: PROGRAMME OF AGM WEEKEND EVENTS Timaru, 3 – 5 November, 2017 Hosted by the South Canterbury Historical Society

Patron: Dame Anne Salmond, DBR, FRSNZ, FBA 2013 New Zealander of the Year

PROGRAMME OF AGM WEEKEND EVENTS
Timaru, 3 - 5 November, 2017
Hosted by the South Canterbury Historical Society (more…)

Historic Places Canterbury AGM 2017- UPDATE

UPDATE:

The AGM was a great success with everybody enjoying Dr Anna Crigthon's talk on Shands. The new hand painted Shand's sign look great. Richard Lloyd was on onsite to answer questions on Trinity.

The AGM returned the Executive and was well attended.

 

The Historic Places Canterbury AGM is being held tomorrow (Wednesday) @ Shands.

You should have received an email with the time and details of entry etc.

Mark Gerrard Chair Historic Places Canterbury.

Historic Places Hawke’s Bay AGM : Sunday 27 August 2017 Time: 2:00 pm

An Opportunity to Visit the new Blyth Performing Arts Centre at Iona College AGM of Historic Places Hawke’s Bay

Date: Sunday 27 August 2017 Time: 2:00 pm

Venue: The Blyth Performing Arts Centre at Iona College

Transport: Please make your own transport arrangements to get to the College at 42 Lucknow Road, Havelock North. (more…)

Keynote Address Given To The HPA AGM (2016) By Minister Craig Ross On Behalf Of Minister Maggie Barry

Minister Craig Foss
(Image Sourced www.Parliament.nz)

Maggie Barry M.P., Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage (Image Sourced www.parliament.nz)

Minister Maggie Barry has generously supplied us with a copy of the text of the keynote address notes given on her behalf by Minister Craig Foss.

Her office advises these are speech notes and as such are not a verbatim copy of the address.

"Winston Churchill once said “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.”

With this in mind, it’s important to consider both tangible and intangible value in any conversation about cultural heritage so that we are able to identify and protect our heritage places for present and future generations."

 

Hon Craig Foss

On behalf of Hon Maggie Barry

Historical Places Aotearoa Conference, Saturday 29 October 2016 (more…)