The conference will comprise two days of paper and keynote presentations and a day of field trips. The welcome reception for a limited number of conference delegates will be held in the Queen Adelaide room of the Adelaide Town Hall and will be hosted by the Lord Mayor of Adelaide. On Friday the National Wine Centre will host a keynote address, and formal paper and snapshot presentations. A networking function will be held at the Art Gallery of South Australia on Friday night.
The Trade Fair and breakfast will be held Saturday morning at the Adelaide Gaol. Traditional Trades products and demonstrations will be on show. A guided or self-guided tour of the Gaol is available exclusively for conference delegates. Field trip buses depart from the Gaol to Adelaide City, Mount Lofty Ranges, Port Adelaide with other delegates staying on at the Gaol with traditional trades-persons. The Mortlock Chamber of the State Library of South Australia will host the conference dinner Saturday night.
The third day of the conference will be held again at the National Wine Centre and include two keynote addresses and paper presentations. The conference will conclude with a plenary session and Rapporteur address at 4:00pm. The post conference tour to Burra will leave on Sunday after the conclusion of the conference and will return to Adelaide on Tuesday 10 November.
The post conference tour will start on Monday 9 November and conclude on Tuesday 10 November.
Please click on the link below to view the conference programme.
general programme (updated 3 November)
We are pleased to announce the speaker’s programme for the conference.
SPECIAL CONFERENCE SESSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
On Friday afternoon there will be a special session at the conference on environmental sustainability, which will be opened by invited expert Peter Cox. This session will include three conference papers and an address by Peter Cox considering issues around energy and sustainability in relation to heritage buildings.