ASCHB Annual General Meeting & Conference 2020
Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings
To: Friday 06.03.20
The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU
ASCHB members £110
What do we choose to record, why and for whom? What is not being recorded, and could be lost to the future? The ASCHB 2020 conference investigates all these issues, examining not just traditional methods of recording but also new technologies and contemporary archiving practices.
Come to ASCHB 2020 and join in the debate!
ASCHB MEMBERS £110, NON-MEMBERS £145
Includes a buffet lunch, and morning and afternoon tea.
A limited number of student places are available at £65
09.00 Registration for AGM
09.15 -10.00 ASCHB AGM
9.45 -10.15 Registration for Conference
Tea/Coffee from 9.45
Recording and Archiving The Historic Environment
For Future Generations
Morning Session Chaired by Jean Letherby President of ASCHB
10.15 Introduction - Jean Letherby
10.30 What To Record & How // An Historian’s View
Peter Guillery, Architectural Historian At The Bartlett School of Architecture & Editor of The Survey of London
11.00 What To Record & How // Conservation Practitioner View
Joe Thompson, Conservator, Weald and Downland Museum
11.30 A Case Study: Recording of the Villa Rotonda in Vicenza
Alex di Valmarana, Owner & Architect
12.00 Discussion - Chaired by Jean Letherby
12.30 Buffet Lunch
Afternoon Session Chaired by Ingval Maxwell, Former Director of Technical Conservation Research & Education at Historic Scotland World Heritage Site Assessor
13.45 New Technologies of Recording 1
Linking Reality Capture Technologies to Modelling And Simulation
Carl Brookes, Ramboll, Team Director, Engineering Simulation, Ramboll
14.15 New Technologies of Recording 2
Recording Scottish Patrimony in the International Context.
James Hepher of Digital Documentation Conservation in Historic Environment Scotland
15.15 Archiving Current Practices and Challenges
Too much data, too little understanding: Identifying and using the information we actually need in historic building archives, now and for the future.
Tobit Curteis, Tobit Curteis Associates, Specialists In Environmental Monitoring & Analysis
15.45 Archiving Current Practices and Challenges
A View From The National Archives, Kew
Dr Philippa Turner, Sector Development Manager, London & Business Archives
16.15 Towards The Perfect Archived Record
Reflecting upon an international high profile career conserving the historic environment the speaker presents his idea of the perfect archived record
Julian Harrap, Julian Harrap Architects
16.35 Plenary Discussion Chaired by Ingval Maxwell
For further details visit the ASCHB website Conferences page and download a booking form. You can also book online through Eventbrite. Please note that Eventbrite make a small charge for their service.
Alternatively you can contact Conference Administrator Keri Dearmer for a booking form and send it with your payment to her at Cathedrals and Church Buildings Division, Church House, 27 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3AZ