The third annual Ethics Workshop organized by the NSERC CREATE Heritage Engineering program will be held on Tuesday, January 14 from 9:30am-3pm at Carleton Immersive Media Studio, Carleton University.
The workshop will examine the ethics of heritage documentation in the context of real-life examples and on-the ground experience, as well as the broader implications of ethical imperatives for the heritage industry. Speakers include Kamal Bittar from Robertson Martin Architects, Reem Awad from CIMS, Christian Ouimet from PSPC, and Mario Santana from NSERC CREATE Heritage Engineering.
The day will feature a screening of the documentary film “The Destruction of Memory” by Tim Slade as well as presentations and group discussions.
Lunch is provided but we ask you to register in advance. The link to register is HERE .