To investigate the best new global models of visitor accessibility and experience at heritage sites and museums.
The Urbis heritage team is proud to be hosting an external ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) National Chapter presentation.
Our guest will be the dynamic Dr Caroline Butler-Bowdon the Director of Strategy & Engagement at Sydney Living Museums. Spanning 20 years, her stellar career has been dedicated to cultural leadership that connects diverse audiences to history, arts and heritage through a broad range of public engagement programs, including festivals, exhibitions and literature. She is also a 2017 Churchill Fellowship recipient.
Her extraordinary travels and study were focused on an investigation of the best new global models of visitor accessibility and experience at heritage sites and museums. Caroline will present her findings and learnings on the best new global models of visitor accessibility and experience at heritage sites – the structures, the programs and the methods.
Sites visited include: • Fallingwater • Roman Baths • Royal Academy of Arts • 9/11 Memorial & Museum • Royal Academy of Arts • M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark • Louisiana Museum of Modern Art • Danish Architectural Center • Stonehenge • Blenheim Palace • Hadrian’s Wall, Heritage Route • Pointe-à-Callière, Museum of Montreal • Historic Royal Palaces • Moesgaard Museum • The Hepworth Wakefield
Time, Date and Venue: at 5:30pm for 6:00pm sharp, Thursday 25th October 2018, at URBIS, Tower 2, Level 23, Darling Park, 201 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000.
Cost: This presentation is FREE. Bookings are essential as places are limited.
Talk: You are welcome to attend this presentation and drinks afterwards where you will mix with some of the leading heritage practitioners in the country. If you would like to attend, please RSVP by Friday 19th October 2018 via email to Brittany Bailey email@example.com
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NSW CHAPTER AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS ARE ALL WELCOME