Theatres Trust Conference 2019: Centre Stage

Centre Stage – artist and audience at the heart of theatres conference from the Theatres Trust [Alliance Member] will look at theatres from the perspective of the people they are there to serve. The programme will include presentations from a range of artists, theatre operators, and architects from across the UK. The event will be…

IHBC’s annual Branch Conference

The Institute of Historic Building Conservation’s [Alliance Member] North West Branch is hosting their annual conference with a focus on improving accessibility and overcoming the barriers to heritage. The conference will explore how to successfully overcome accessibility barriers that can exclude certain groups from experiencing heritage. It will take place on Thursday 10th October 2019…

World Heritage UK 2019 Annual Conference

World Heritage UK [Alliance Member]’s annual conference.is centered this year aroundMaking the Most of World Heritage. It is being held at the Llangollen Pavilion in North Wales on the 7th and 8th October 2019. Discussions will be surrounding the review of the UK’s World Heritage Sites which is being published soon. There will be speakers…

Plymouth – Twentieth Century City

The Twentieth Century Society [Alliance Member] is organising a weekend in and around Plymouth in recognition of the recent designation of post-war central Plymouth as a Conservation Area. A walking tour will be led by Tony Stokoe and Geoff Stow. It will take place on 28th-29th September 2019.

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‘Embroidered with Dust and Mortar’: Women and Architecture, 1660-1840 – Symposium

This day-long symposium ‘Embroidered with Dust and Mortar’, hosted by the Georgian Group [Alliance Member], will explore how women contributed to and interacted with architecture in the period 1660-1840. Women’s involvement in architectural design and drawing, their patronage of buildings and their contribution to the building industry has long been overlooked by scholars. The event…

Heritage Course: Understanding repair and Maintenance of Traditional Pre-1919 Buildings

The National Heritage Training Group (NHTG) [Alliance member] is organising a course in Understanding repair and Maintenance of Traditional Pre-1919 Buildings , aimed at students, contractors and craftspeople working on traditional buildings. The course will help them to understand vital conservation principles and legislation requirements and considerations crucial for the appropriate care and repair of old buildings. Priority…

Heritage Trust Network Annual Conference

Join the Heritage Trust Network [Alliance Member] for their annual conference on the 17th November 2019 in Northern Ireland. The event comprises a line up of speakers and workshops focusing on how to revive a High Street or Main Street in rural and urban areas across the UK. Attendance is open to all, and the…

GEM Conference 2019: Connection, Action, Innovation

This year’s GEM [Alliance member] conference focuses on building lasting partnerships with the local community, something which is crucial to successful volunteer engagement. The GEM annual conference is the landmark CPD event of the year for heritage learning in the UK. Through a combination of inspiring keynotes and practical sessions, GEM conference provides delegates with…

Reaching For Net Zero?

The Heritage Alliance is inviting all members and partners to its 2019 Debate, titled “Reaching For Net Zero?”.  This years’ debate will focus on the relationship between heritage and the environment. At this time when countries around the world, including the UK, are making commitments to move to a net zero emissions economy, the heritage…