The IHBC’s Annual Schools provide opportunities for invaluable CPD and networking, as well as great settings for social activities and exploring a new historic area, and in Belfast delegates heard both the creative insights of Bill Drummond and the professional perspectives of Jukka Jokilehto, but how do you find out who will follow them in Nottingham 2019?
Each Annual School is written up for the IHBC’s journal, Context, and in Issue 156 we hear from Clare Gayle and Tom Copp on the review of keynote speaker presentations at Belfast.
These reports explore the history of conservation movement, how training on understanding the importance of cultural heritage helps sustainability and communities, how art can respond to the historic environment and even ways of promoting world peace through activism.
Having learned about how to share and communicate more efficiently, creatively and effectively at Belfast, Nottingham 2019 shifts that focus to how we deal with managing problems in the built environment as it focuses on ‘Heritage, Risk & Resilience – confronting conservation calamities.
Who will be the keynote speakers for Nottingham 2019, and why should you attend? Keep an eye on the newsblogs for ongoing announcements relating to the Nottingham Annual School, and visit the School website for more information.
View the full Context article on Keynote speaker Bill Drummond
View the full Context article on Keynote speaker Jukka Jokilehto
View the 2018 Annual School website
View the 2019 Annual School website – nottingham2019.ihbc.org.uk