14 December 2017
Charlestown Workshops, Fife
Adams Napier Partnership
‘Decorative Plasterwork in Scotland: Past, Present, Future’
To give an update on the work of the Scottish Lime Centre Trust
A warm welcome awaits you at: Charlestown Workshops, 2 Rocks Road, Charlestown, Fife, KY11 3EN
Festive refreshments will be served.
We anticipate a full house so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 8th December 2017
30 November 2017
Conserving the Painted Hall is one of Europe’s largest and most ambitious ‘open’ conservation projects. The work involves a range of conservation techniques and philosophies with visitors enjoying unprecedented access. The ethical and scientific challenges that it poses are considerable.
Join us for a very special evening where Director of Conservation, Will Palin, will talk to leading experts about the painting and the project. Chief conservator Sophie Stewart, buildings environment expert Tobit Curteis, academic Dr Caitlin O’Grady and baroque painting specialist Jane Davies will place the Painted Hall Project in the context of changing conservation philosophies and illuminate the technological advances that make it possible.
6-7 January 2018
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5 December 2017
Heritage Day 2017 will be held in London’s spectacular Grade-I listed RSA House built by the Adam brothers in 1774 . Join our Chairman Loyd Grossman CBE, John Glen MP Heritage Minister along with further speakers to be announced.
This popular event offers delegates the chance to meet a wide range of colleagues from across the sector, hear eminent speakers address the latest issues affecting the future of our heritage.
The day includes a fabulous lunch served in the historic vaults that make up the basement of the 4 Georgian houses joined together to make the RSA’s home.
We will also see the presentation of the Heritage Alliance’s Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Awards, a series of HEDx presentations from Alliance members and the annual launch of Heritage Counts.
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22 February 2018
Cities and regions have a vital role to play in leading the low carbon transition. They consume over two-thirds of the world’s energy and are responsible for as much as 70% of man-made greenhouse gas emissions. This will be compounded by an expected rise in global urban population of 1.63% per year between 2020 and 2025, increasing the proportion of energy used in urban areas.
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