Heritage and Democracy: Bringing Heritage out of History and into the City

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Friday May 6 2016, 9am-5pm
Heritage and Democracy: Bringing Heritage out of History and into the City
All Jane’s Walks are free and open to the public

Heritage and Democracy: Bringing Heritage out of History and into the City is a one-day workshop presented by ICOMOS Canada – the Canadian committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites that explores tactical heritage urbanism in the Canadian context through a series of specially curated Jane’s Walks and a daylong workshop.

Participants will choose one morning walk and one afternoon walk to broaden the discourse + dialogue around tangible and intangible heritage assets and cultural landscapes; includes lunch and a stimulating workshop (registration required) at Ryerson University, 105 Bond Street.

Register for the workshop here.

To see a full list of the Jane’s Walks click here and filter the walks using the theme “ICOMOS”

Saturday May 7 2016, 9:00am
Martin Weaver Memorial Lecture 
Metro Hall Room 310.
Free, but registration is required. Space is limited.

“Red skies in the morning: Threats to cultural landscapes in Canada posed by a changing environment”  Dr. Colleen S.L. Mercer Clarke will present a lecture on how cultural landscapes are threatened by the impacts of climate change, including protective measure whose impacts have not been well-considered, followed by a representative from Parks Canada to continue the conversation with a talk on “Rouge National Urban Park: Constancy of Landscape Change”.

Saturday May 7 2016, 2:00pm
Metro Hall Room 310
Free, but registration and membership is required.

Annual General Meeting of ICOMOS Canada Membership.

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