Dates: June 18th & 19th, 2011
Times: 10am - 4pm
Location: Regent Theatre, Picton (224 Main Street)
What will the workshop cover?
The term Cultural Heritage Landscape and its application is gaining momentum in Ontario. This workshop will look at the theory behind the term. The second day will be used for examining a local example to determine its significance, a process that can then be applied in participants’ towns and cities.
A Cultural Heritage Landscape is:
1. a defined geographical area
2. of heritage significance
3. which has been modified by human activities. Such an area is:
4. valued by a community
5. is of significance to the understanding of a people, or a place.
Goals of the workshop:
• To provide a second level of training in Heritage beyond the Heritage Planning Workshop
• To create awareness and understanding of the theory of Cultural Heritage Landscapes
• To provide an opportunity for the application of Cultural Heritage Landscapes
The workshop fee for practicing planners and other concerned citizens will be $225*. This price will include lunch and snacks on both days of the workshop.
*HST is included
People with limited resources can contact the Heritage Resources Centre to see if a workable alternative can be reached.
VERIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE:
Practicing planners and other stakeholders interested in heritage will receive a Verification of Attendance form.
To register, email: firstname.lastname@example.org