Category Archives: IHBC Area of competence – Management

Understanding & Creating Statements of Significance

4 – 5 September 2017

A two day CPD course focused on understanding the value of significance for assessing heritage assets.

Featuring speakers from Historic England and independent consultants the two day course will offer guidance to people new to assessment, as well as guidance for those with more experience.

Booking details here..

Managing our Military Heritage

8 – 9 May 2017

This course will examine issues around the protection, conservation and management of modern military heritage.

It will provide an understanding of the methods used to identify and investigate modern military sites, the assessment of their significance, their protection, and the management issues faced by these type of assets.

More information & Bookings here…

Joint CIfA and IHBC Event

28 February 2017

The second London Branch Event will be a joint IHBC/CIfA seminar on the afternoon of Tuesday 28 February at The Gallery, Cowcross Street, Farringdon, EC1M 6EL.

Full details of topics/speakers to be confirmed but Sandy Kidd, Principal Archeaology Adviser at GLAAS will be speaking about Archaeological Priority Areas and presentations on Local Listing and Enforcing Conservation Areas requirements may also be included.

Further details tbc in the New Year.

Documentary Screening: The Destruction of Memory

7 November 2016
Join us for this IHBC/ICOMOS-UK joint event. We are very lucky to have secured a private screening of producer Tim Slade’s short documentary film ‘The Destruction of Memory’ which was released earlier this year and screened at the British Museum. Based on the book of the same name by Robert Bevan, ‘The Destruction of Memory’ looks at the war against culture and the battle to save it, with examples from the Middle East, Africa, The Balkans and elsewhere in Europe. Book now for this not to be missed opportunity.

TIME – 6pm for 6.30 start sharp (no trailers!)
Refreshments will be provided on arrival

The tickets are available from the Eventbrite website.

Cash for Culture – Funding Fair

1 November 2016

Finding sources of funding is an ongoing challenge for all voluntary arts groups, so Voluntary Arts Scotland have brought together a range of funders and funding organisations to help. VAS will be handing out a new funding booklet filled with handy hints and tips at this free event.

See event details and book via Eventbrite your FREE place!