Aberdeen City Heritage Trust is pleased to present its inaugural series of Heritage Lectures in association with the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and the Built Environment. Download the flyer here.
In developing well-considered projects it is essential to appreciate the context and underlying principles of a design.
Aberdeen Heritage Lectures provide an excellent opportunity to consolidate and develop a greater understanding of the historic built environment for those who have the on-going challenge of funding, commissioning, assessing, designing and managing historic buildings and places. They will be of interest to building professionals, professional agents, property owners, planners and anyone with an interest in historic buildings.
Lectures will be held at Robert Gordon University where ample evening visitor car parking is available. Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite using the links provided.
Tim Meek – Wednesday 9 Oct 2019
From Walling Brick to PhD. What’s the point? Lime mortars and harls
Dr Peter Burman MBE FSA – Wednesday 30 Oct 2019
John Ruskin (1819-1900) The Good Steward and his influence for us today
Robert Grant – Wednesday 6 Nov 2019
Paradise Lost – Reflections on the Evolution and Decline of Great Gardens and Designed Landscapes