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Events

Our conference team is working hard to deliver the exciting conference program. The associated events will be held in venues that highlight Canberra’s unique modernist design legacy. In addition to a range of keynote speakers and panel presentations on the Heritage of the Air themes, you will have the opportunity to attend workshops, networking and social events (see below), unique tours and experience artworks by artists-in-residence Fred & Flo.

 
Heritage of the Air Conference Party – SaTurday 16 November, 6.30pm

Celebrate the Golden Age of Flying and join Canberra Modern for the Heritage of the Air Conference Party.

In true mid-century style, University House’s Great Hall will come alive with music, conversation, dancing, and a few surprises. Dress in your mid-century finest, or borrow a piece from our themed photo booth. Guests will enjoy substantial canapés and share platters and desserts as well as special cocktails of the era.  

 

Sponsored by GML Context

 

Welcome Reception –  Thursday 14 November, 6.00pm

At our opening reception, the dulcet tones of Company B will welcome you to Canberra and create a great atmosphere for delegates to meet one another!

 

Sponsored by Navin Officer Heritage Consultants

 

Early Career Networking Breakfast – FRIDAY 15 November, 7.30am

Join us for the Early Career Networking Breakfast, where emerging and established professionals are invited to meet up, network and enjoy some delicious food. We will hear from three speakers, who will briefly discuss their career trajectories and offer advice to emerging professionals in their fields. The event is open to everyone – come along and make some new connections!

 

Sponsored by City Plan Services

 

Burra Charter 40th Anniversary Event – Friday 15 November, 6.00pm

In the 40th anniversary year of the Burra Charter, Australia ICOMOS is pleased to host a celebratory event to mark this occasion., at a reception in Canberra’s iconic Shine Dome.

A highlight of this reception, with drinks and nibbles, will be a presentation on Australia’s latest World Heritage property – Budj Bim in western Victoria, which was inscribed in July 2019.  Australia ICOMOS is delighted that Denis Rose, Land Manager at the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Corporation, has agreed to speak about the World Heritage journey for this remarkable Indigenous heritage place.

 

 

 

Supported by the Getty Conservation Institute

 

Post-Conference Tours – Sunday  17 November, 9.00am
  • The Australian War Memorial’s Aviation Collection – A behind the scenes tour with staff of the AWM.
  •  Canberra Modern – A tour of Canberra’s modernist heritage led by the Canberra Modern team.

 

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