This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 13th Oct 2018
Mausolea and Monuments Trust 2018 Symposium: Resurrecting the dead
The theme of the symposium is the maintenance and/or restoration of funerary architecture and/or sculpture. We will explore the field through a range of approaches, with papers from some of the country’s leading curatorial and architectural professionals, showcasing a variety of significant subjects from their differing perspectives.
Thanks to generous support from the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, we are able to offer 8 free places to current university students (at any point in their education). To apply please send a short explanation of your current studies to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bernadette Gillow, National Trust, Ightham Mote Portfolio: ‘Darnley Mausoleum, Cobham – A Phoenix from the Ashes’
Paul Harrison, Harrison Design Development Ltd: ‘Restoration at West Norwood Cemetery’
Amy Frost, Museum of Bath Architecture and Beckford’s Tower; Bath Preservation Trust: ‘Landscape as Monument: The Suffragettes Wood in Bath’
Charles Wagner, Built Heritage Consultancy; Tom Drysdale, Historic Royal Palaces; Gabriel Byng, Cambridge University: ‘Just how important is that pile of stones? Or how do you convince charitable funders that it is worth spending £¼ million on the ruins of a building of absolutely no practical use?’
Christopher Ridgway, Castle Howard: ‘The Castle Howard Mausoleum: Form, Function and Future’
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Reserve tickets at this website2018-10-13 2018-10-13 Europe/London Symposium: Resurrecting the dead The theme of the symposium is the maintenance and/or restoration of funerary architecture and/or sculpture. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/10/13/symposium-resurrecting-the-dead-180993 The Gallery,77 Cowcross Street,,London