Tag: Public Lecture

“Our heritage: whats gone, whats still threatened, whats been saved?” – Ross Gray, Deputy Chair, Historic Places Canterbury 1.30-2.30pm Wednesday 4th November WEA

Our heritage: whats gone, whats still threatened, whats been saved? - Ross Gray, Deputy Chair, Historic Places Canterbury.

1.30 - 2.30pm Wednesday 4th November.  Gold Coin Donation.

The lecture is part of the series:
154-05 ASPECTS OF THE REBUILD: How Far Have We Come.

The details of the series are the following: (more…)

“Avoiding disasters with old buildings – 10 do’s and don’ts” Public Lecture: Hertiage New Zealand Media Release

Heritage_New Zealand_logo"An internationally renowned specialist in building materials conservation will hold a free public lecture at the Jubilee Building in Parnell on Monday August 11 (7pm) in association with Heritage New Zealand."
"David Young, whose talk is entitled Avoiding Disasters – 10 things not to do when looking after old buildings, will share some of the do’s and don’ts of heritage conservation based on his experience gained over 30 years in the analysis and repair of historic buildings and sites."

The Media Release is as follows: (more…)

“Auckland Maritime Heritage explored” Lecture On the 2nd October (2013) : NZHPT Media Release (23rd September 2013)

NZHPT letterhead logo"Noted Auckland maritime historian and authority on New Zealand’s maritime heritage, Harold Kidd, will present a one-off talk on The Development and History of Auckland Harbour and Maritime Heritage."

Venue: Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (101 Curran St, Westhaven Extn), October 2, 7.15-8.15pm. Admission free, though bookings essential. – Ph 09-307-9920 or email infonorthern@historic.org.nz
The Media Release is as follows: (more…)

Update- Lecture Well Attended: “Can earthquake prone masonry buildings be strengthened? Yes they can!” Win Clark Public Lecture 22nd May

 

60-70 people turned up to listen to the Win Clark Lecture that was held in the Cashmere Presbyterian Church.

"Can earthquake prone masonry buildings be strengthened? Yes they can!" Public Lecture.
Presenter:  Win Clark, Earthquake Engineer (N.Z.H.P.T. Consultant Engineer) (more…)

“Heritage Starts with a Great Idea Tomorrow” New Zealand Historic Places Trust: R.A. Lawson Public Lecture Friday 26 April 2013

“Heritage Starts with a Great Idea Tomorrow”
Thoughts on community and heritage.
Presenter Ian Athfield

When: Friday 26 April 2013    7:30 p.m.
Where:  University of Otago, St Davids Lecture Theatre,
Union Street East, Dunedin
Free admission, seats are limited (more…)