AusHeritage forum for exchanging and sharing ideas – July 2005

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‘Working Together – Working Cross-culturally – Cultural Heritage in Asia and the Pacific.’

The forum was held at the St Lucia Campus of the University of Queensland on 22 July 2005. Speakers included Ian Cook – former Director of Artlab, SA and AusHeritage member; Associate Professor Paul Memmott – Director- Aboriginal Environments Research Centre(AERC), University of Queensland and AusHeritage member; Dr Ian Galloway – Director, Queensland Museum and President ICOM Australia; Jane Lennon AM – member of the Australian Heritage Council and past Australian representative of ICCROM.

Working within the Asia Pacific region involves an engagement with a diverse array of cultural, linguistic, spiritual, political, legislative and religious factors across the arenas of both tangible and intangible cultural heritage.

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AusHeritage China Cultural Heritage Collaboration – November 2008

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Australia and China to collaborated on cultural heritage preservation and management.

Heritage management experts from Australia and China are met in Beijing, November 11-14, 2008 to share heritage conservation expertise and explore future collaborative possibilities. The nine member Australian heritage delegation represented the broad spectrum of cultural heritage management and practice.

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State Library of South Australia

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The State Library of South Australia has a primary role of collecting, preserving and providing access to South Australian publications, archival collections, images, audio visual and other heritage material and information media. The Preservation Section has about 40 staff. They represent a diverse range of skills in collection maintenance, conservation, librarianship, reformatting (in the fields […]

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NSW Government Architect’s Office

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The NSW Government Architect’s Office Heritage Group is a dedicated team of specialists providing a wide range of heritage conservation consultancy services to local, state and national government agencies, to institutions and to the private sector. Services include conservation management planning, heritage impact assessments, condition surveys, feasibilities, materials and building restoration & adaptive reuse of […]

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Lovell Chen Pty Ltd

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Lovell Chen is a contemporary Architectural Practice with more than 25 years experience in Design and Heritage. Our multidisciplinary team is unique in the field, combining architects and designers with historians, researchers, materials experts and a range of other specialists in aspects of our built environment, past and future. Our approach is both analytical and […]

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International Conservation Services

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Sustaining your heritage through: * Hands on conservation of art, artifacts, sculpture and furniture * Conservation strategies and solutions for the fabric of historic buildings and archaeological sites * Care and management of culturally significant collections * Engaging interpretive solutions to tell the stories about built and natural heritage places

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Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific, Deakin University

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CHCAP‘s mission to to support support the protection of the Asia-Pacific region’s cultural heritage in a context of rapid urbanisation and economic and cultural globalisation. Its activities include training workshops, educational curriculum advice, research and consultancies. It aims to draw practitioners, scholars and students across the region into collaborative projects and it disseminates professional information […]

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