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CCHS showcase week

1:00 pm, 25 March 2019 to 8:00 pm, 29 March 2019

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To celebrate the work of the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies, we would like to invite you to our Showcase event at UCL from the 25 to 29 March.

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Organiser

Cecile Bremont – Centre for Critical Heritage Studies

Location

South Cloisters
Wilkins building
Gower street
London
WC1E 6BT

The Centre for Critical Heritage Studies operates as an inter-faculty research centre led by the Institute of Archaeology and supported by the Institute of Advanced Studies UCL in partnership with the University of Gothenburg. It will lead the way in defining a new field of critical heritage studies which identifies and interprets evolving, multi-scalar forms of heritage and identity, and addresses issues of heritage justice

Programme:

MONDAY 25 MARCH

13:00-14:00 IAS room G11, South Wing. Open to all.                   

UCL CADFA Women's Talk by a delegation from Abu Dis about the situation vis a vis the Wall in Jerusalem. 

15.30-17:00 South Cloisters, Wilkins building. Open to all.

Small Grants Scheme posters exhibition with Q & A

17:30 -18:30 South Cloisters. Open to all.

Week launch reception.

TUESDAY 26 MARCH

14:30-15:00 - South Cloisters. Open to all.
“Who Do You Think You Are?”:  Write your own banners and interact with CCHS clusters leaders on the theme 

15:00pm - 16.30 - IAS room G17. Open to all.
Who Do You Think You Are?”: Presentations of CCHS Cluster leaders research in response to the theme

WEDNESDAY 27 MARCH       

10:00-18:00 South Cloisters, 'Zelige Door on Golborne Road' interactive digital installation with Alda Terracciano, open to all.

This is an interactive, multisensory installation by artist and researcher Dr Alda Terracciano, which explores various aspects of Moroccan heritage and culture in West London. Using an Augmented Reality software developed by UX designer Mariza Dima, it constructs a living archive of cultural memories while reflecting the challenges of gentrification and communal visions of a utopian space within the city. 


16:00-18:00 Wilkins Garden room, Long Table conversation Urban Regeneration, Sensorial Heritage & Participatory Practices. 
The conversation, organised by Dr Terracciano from the Embracing the Archive Cluster, aims to enquire the realities of urban regeneration for local communities in London, discussing it in relation to intangible cultural heritage and sensorial urbanism as well as exploring the tools that technology and participatory methodologies can offer to citizens engaged in the process. It is open to citizens, activists, artists, architects, heritage specialists, technologists and academics interested in future collaboration and action research. Here to register.

THURSDAY 28 MARCH

11:00-15:00 South Cloisters. Open to all.        

Repair Café : Making Heritage by Mending Things.
At this Repair Cafe event, learn how to fix, maintain, and retain your stuff. Bring along your broken, torn, or tattered items and learn "hands-on" how to mend them alongside our clever stichers, hackers, fixers and heritage nerds. Why do-it-yourself when we can do-it-together? More here.

FRIDAY 29 MARCH

14:00-19:00 Wilkins Garden room       

 

Closed workshop: Urban Heritage and Sustainable Development Goals: Evidence, theory and practice.                                                                               
Organised by Dr Kalliopi Fouseki .                

 


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Photography and audio recording
Please note that there may be photography and/or audio recording at the event. By attending you consent to your image being used for future communications both on and off line by the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies to promote our work. Please inform a member of staff before the event starts, if you do not wish to be audio recorded/photographed.

 

 

 

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