Our preliminary programme for the 2019 Heritage Conservation Symposium is ready! Check out the awesome list of speakers! Please note that the programme is subject to change by the symposium date.

Refreshment breaks and lunch will be provided.

School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Carleton University
14th Annual Heritage Conservation Symposium

Heritage Intersections: People and Placemaking

Global Centre for Pluralism, 330 Sussex Drive – April 27th, 2019

Doors Open at 8:30am.

Session 1 – Landscapes and Communities

Marie-Christine Blais & Cristina Ranalli Carleton (Indigenous and Canadian Studies / Architecture – Graduates)
Spirit of Place in Public Space: Exploring Digital Technologies in Documenting Bologna’s Cultural Heritage

Sampoorna Bhattacharya Carleton (History and Theory of Architecture – Graduate)
The Architecture of Ethnic Enclaves: Global Immigration and the Built Environment

Cristina Wood Carleton (Public History and Digital Humanities)
Projection Mapping as “Guerilla” Intervention: Re-placing light, colour and play on Ottawa’s Lebreton Flats

Meighen Katz Carleton (Graduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation)
The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend? Space, interpretation and alliances in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

Session 2 – Art, Music, Language, Heritage

Gemey Kelly Carleton (Cultural Mediations)
The Ties that Bind: The ‘Found Object’ in Eric Walker’s Trains

Heather Horak Carleton (Music and Culture)
Locating Musical Heritage: Animating community music heritage in the postcolonial village

Michelle Thompson Carleton (Indigenous and Canadian Studies – PhD Candidate)
Les lieux mémoriels en Acadie et en Louisiane : Commémorer le Grand Dérangement en 2019

Session 3 – New Tools

Amanda Parkinson Waterloo (Architecture)
Layers of History: A Study on Conserving Old Buildings and Creating New Places

Brodie Hobson & Daniel Lowcay Carleton (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Occupant Sensing: A tool for sustainable tourism management at historic sites

Desiree Geib Carbon Architects Incorporated
Mapping the City: Narratives of Memory and Place

Session 4 – Adaptive Reuse

Adrian Soble Carleton (Civil and Environmental Engineering / NSERC CREATE)
Holistic Performance Prediction of Heritage Building Retrofits

Heather Thomson & Chris Hoyt National Capital Commission
Old to New: Creating Successful Additions to Heritage Buildings in Canada’s Capital

Courtney Vaughan Carleton (Indigenous and Canadian Studies)
Altering the Altar: Exploring (Re)conciliation and Reclamation through Métis Adaptive Reuse Strategies at St John Evangelist Anglican Church, Sault St Marie