From architecture students and architects to heritage professionals, academics and the general public — we found ourselves talking heritage matters with all kinds of communities in the last few weeks.
Starting with a paper delivered at an international symposium at the University of Melbourne, and a presentation to a Heritage Council of Victoria workshop on social significance, we also contributed teaching time at tertiary level, presented to a symposium intriguingly entitled Dubious Heritage, participated in an AIA (Victoria) discussion for architects, joined a panel on Good Design and Heritage as part of Melbourne Design Week, and delivered a paper on Glenrowan for the National Trust (Queensland).
[ photo: l to r : Stuart MacIntyre, Jill Garner, Philip Goad and Peter Lovell at Melbourne Design Week ]
We took part in …
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM : A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia: The Cultural Patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886) : Australian Institute of Art History in partnership with the University of Divinity, held at the University of Melbourne
PAPER : The ANZ Gothic Bank: its creation and rediscovery by Peter Lovell
(to be published by the University)
WORKSHOP : Social significance workshop organised by the Heritage Council of Victoria as part of the work Lovell Chen is doing for the Council on this subject : Adam Mornement and Peter Lovell
TEACHING : Senior Associate Suzanne Zahra taught an MSD Masters design studio (architecture students) at the University of Melbourne, focusing on industrial heritage, specifically in relation to the Amcor site in Alphington — the development of its conservation management plan and how we tried to understand and define the site’s levels of significance
SYMPOSIUM : Dubious Heritage : Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning, the University of Melbourne a symposium on modern heritage and social value
PRESENTATION : Unseen heritage — Whose heritage? by Peter Lovell and Kate Gray : discussing types of dubious heritage, showing some outcomes and proposing aspects that need further thought
EVENT : Understanding Heritage in a Contemporary City : AIA (Victorian chapter) : Anita Brady joined a representative from the Heritage Council of Victoria and one from Heritage Victoria in a discussion on urban places with heritage controls — the issues relevant to residential and commercial places in urban contexts
PANEL : Good Design and Heritage : presented by the Heritage Council of Victoria and Office of the Victorian Government Architect at Melbourne Design Week in the Treasury Theatre : Peter Lovell joined historian Stuart MacIntyre, Victorian Government Architect Jill Garner and Professor Philip Goad in a discussion moderated by Emma Telfer of Open House Melbourne
EVENT : Managing the Heritage of Wounded Places : The Trust Talks — a series organised by the National Trust of Australia (Queeensland) : Senior Associate Libby Blamey presented a talk on Glenrowan, explaining its connection to Ned Kelly and the Kelly Gang, and the development of a conservation management plan on the Glenrowan Heritage Precinct recently undertaken by Lovell Chen