Australia ICOMOS E-Mail News No. 478

  1. Watermarks, Water’s Heritage conference, October 2011 – call for contributions: AMENDMENT to procedure for contributions
  2. Australia ICOMOS Contact Point – ICOMOS General Assembly, Paris 28 November-2 December 2011: Looking for a volunteer!
  3. International Day for Monuments and Sites event in NSW, Sunday 3 April
  4. International Day for Monuments and Sites Queensland event for AICOMOS members – Monday 18 April 2011
  5. VICOMITES Members’ event – visit to the Murtoa Stick Shed, 16 April 2011
  6. Invitation to Australia ICOMOS members to contribute to 20th Century ISC thematic study
  7. Commonwealth Heritage Division Staffing Cut
  8. Museums and Collections Conversation Series 2011
  9. Conservation and Display of Archaeological Sites and Artefacts – on-line survey
  10. ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011 – call for papers
  11. International conference on structural health assessment of timber structures (SHATIS’11) – deadline for early registration
  12. News from ICOMOS International
  13. European Symposium on Earthern Architecture, 4-5 May 2011, Marseille, France
  14. mAAN Seoul 2011 Conference
  15. News from ICCROM
  16. Call for Applications for WA Regional Heritage Advisers
  17. SITUATION VACANT Urban Design and Heritage Adviser, City of Port Phillip
  18. SITUATION VACANT Senior Built Heritage Specialist (Architectural Background), Godden Mackay Logan (application deadline extended)
  19. SITUATION VACANT Heritage Conservation Professional (Built Heritage), Godden Mackay Logan

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1. Watermarks, Water’s Heritage conference, October 2011 – call for contributions: AMENDMENT to procedure for contributions

In response to queries, the Watermarks Conference Committee has changed its Call for Contributions. The Committee will not referee papers before the conference but will treat all proposals as abstracts for formal papers, the standard approach for Australia ICOMOS conferences in the past. A selected number of papers will be blind refereed after the conference for publication in Historic Environment, as usual. The Committee thanks those people who have already made a contribution, and will contact them to discuss this change. The arrangements for snapshots are unchanged. The Committee looks forward to receiving more contributions for formal papers and snapshots. If you have any queries, please email Dr David Jones.

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2. Australia ICOMOS Contact Point – ICOMOS General Assembly, Paris 28 November-2 December 2011: Looking for a volunteer!

For past General Assemblies (GA), attending Australian members have benefited immensely from the efforts of an Australian co-ordinator and contact point. The role of this person has been primarily to collect names and contacts for those planning on attending and to act as a point of contact and communication exchange in Paris for our various attempts to get our Australian contingent together. The latter involves gatherings for strategic discussions in relation to voting, resolutions etc, and the arrangement of an Australian dinner. We usually include our New Zealand colleagues in these invitations, and my limited experience is that there is a growing number who appear eager to nominate themselves as honorary Australians for the night of the dinner! We are looking for a volunteer who is planning on attending the Paris GA and would like to take on this co-ordinating role. There will of course be others on the ground to assist with arrangements and the dissemination of information. If you are interested in taking on this role or have any queries could you please send me an email or ring on 0409 344 598.

With thanks,
Jane Harrington

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3. International Day for Monuments and Sites event in NSW, Sunday 3 April

In recognition of the 2011 International Day for Monuments and Sites celebrating Heritage of Water (actual date 18 April), NSW members of Australia ICOMOS and their families are invited to an open day at Cataract Dam on Sunday 3rd April. The day will include a presentation from Sydney Catchment Authority Environmental Officers regarding the methodology and practicalities of conserving a working dam site; behind the scenes access of Cataract Manor and grounds (usually closed to the public) and tour of the dam wall.

Cataract Dam was completed in 1907 and is the first of four water supply dams (including Cordeaux, Avon and Nepean Dams) in the Metropolitan Catchment Area constructed between 1903 and 1936 to provide a secure water supply to satisfy the demands of industrial, commercial and residential development of metropolitan Sydney up to c.1960. Collectively these dams represent the largest major water supply scheme undertaken in New South Wales in the first half of the twentieth century, and are one of the major engineering feats undertaken in Australia at any time.

When: Sunday 3 April 2011. Cataract Dam is open to the public each day from 10am. Why not make a day of it and bring along a picnic lunch? There are barbeques and picnic tables available within the publicly accessibly areas of the dam. The formal part of the day will start at 1.30pm with presentations, access to Cataract Manor and dam wall tour. Afternoon tea and scones is included and will be available at Cataract Manor from 3.00pm.

Where: Cataract Dam, located approximately 84 kilometres drive south-west of Sydney, is accessed off the Appin-Bulli Road. From Sydney take the Hume Highway [F5] to the Campbelltown exit and follow the Appin Road south. At Appin, take the Bulli-Wollongong Road, and turn right to Cataract Dam where signposted.

Who: We welcome Australia ICOMOS members and their families, but RSVP IS ESSENTIAL, by email to Anita Krivickas, by COB Monday 28 March 2011 to finalise logistical arrangements and catering numbers.

Cost: $5 per person to cover catering.

Thank you to Sydney Catchment Authority for generously providing access to the site and in particular to Cataract Manor.

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4. International Day for Monuments and Sites Queensland event for AICOMOS members – Monday 18 April 2011

In recognition of the 2011 International Day for Monuments and Sites celebrating the Heritage of Water, Queensland members of Australia ICOMOS are invited to visit the 2010 National Heritage Award winning offices of Riddel Architecture. Designed in 1953 by Karl Langer, West’s Furniture Showroom was an influential landmark of modern design in its day that had almost been lost through neglect and detrimental change. Following the conservation work, the building was fitted out as the office premises of Riddel Architecture, who now occupy this architectural gem. Robert Riddel has kindly offered to open his office for AICOMOS members for this event. We can gather around the reconstructed goldfish pond surrounding the former Showroom and have a chat over a glass of wine. Peter Marquis-Kyle will show some pictures and give a short talk on the cultural heritage of water. Expect to hear about deluges, dams, damp, drought, distress, distraction, and lighthouses.

When: 5.30 to 6.30pm, Monday 18 April 2011

Where: Offices of Riddel Architecture, 620 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley

Who: This event is for Australia ICOMOS members only and places will be limited, so please RSVP by email to Ruth Woods by COB Friday 15 April 2011 to finalise numbers for catering

Cost: Donation at the door to cover wine/juice/nibbles. Any profits made will be donated to the Queensland Premier’s flood and cyclone appeal

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5. VICOMITES Members’ event – visit to the Murtoa Stick Shed, 16 April 2011

VISIT TO THE MURTOA STICK SHED
2PM, SATURDAY 16 APRIL 2011

Martin Zweep, Heritage Victoria has kindly organised an opportunity for members to visit the Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store, more commonly referred to as the Murtoa Stick Shed, where essential repairs are nearing completion. Martin will explain what works that have been undertaken and why.

The Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store, originally the No.1 Murtoa Shed, is located within the Murtoa Grain Terminal, adjacent to the grain elevator tower and railway line. The shed is 280m long, 60m wide and 19m high at the ridge with a capacity of 3.4 million bushels. The hipped corrugated iron roof of the shed is supported on approximately 600 unmilled hardwood poles set in a concrete slab floor and braced with iron tie rods. These poles are the reason for use of the term “stick shed”. With its vast gabled interior and the long rows of poles the space has been likened to the nave of a cathedral.

The Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store is architectural significance as a rare surviving example of the ‘stick shed’ building type, a long horizontal bulk wheat storage shed constructed of timber and corrugated iron. The Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store is the earliest and only remaining of three large sheds of this type built in Victoria during the early 1940s.

The Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store is of historical and scientific (technical) significance for its association with an important change in the mid twentieth century from storage and transport of grain in bags to the storage and transport of loose grain in bulk. The Marmalake/Murtoa Grain Store is of historical significance for its associations with the combined impact of the Second World War and Australia’s remote geographic location on Victoria’s wheat trade, and particularly the resulting requirement for emergency bulk storage.

More detail about the building, including the full Statement of Significance, is available from here.

It will be a rare opportunity to see inside this magnificent structure.

The visit will be followed by afternoon tea at 3.30pm at the Murtoa Mechanics Institute, prepared by the Ladies Committee, at $5 per head.

People will have to make their own transport arrangements. Partners and children welcome.

Please RSVP to Megan McDougall by email by COB Friday 8 April. Please advise if you need a lift, or are able to offer a lift to other members.

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6. Invitation to Australia ICOMOS members to contribute to 20th Century ISC thematic study

Invitation to Australia ICOMOS members to participate in national email discussion on
DEVELOPING A THEMATIC FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 20TH CENTURY HERITAGE

Dear colleagues,

As you may already know, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Twentieth Century Heritage (ISC20C) is currently developing a thematic study to assist in assessing the significance of 20th century heritage places. A small expert meeting will be held in Los Angeles in May, organised by Susan Macdonald and sponsored by the Getty Conservation Institute, and I would appreciate receiving comments and input on this topic over the next few weeks, as I prepare for attending the workshop.

We will be looking at the Australian thematic framework & relevant 20th century examples, the English Heritage post war listing framework, the TICCIH (The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage) framework, Docomomo reports and a range of LA historic studies, leading to a brainstorming on how ISC20C might develop an international 20th century thematic framework. Of course, it will have national, state and local applications too. Dr Susan Marsden, who is the co-author of the South Australian studies, will be providing a keynote paper in Los Angeles and Helen Lardner has already provided input on the work of TICCIH in this area. The presidents of the UIA (International Union of Architects) and Docomomo will be attending.

Whilst I am aware of a range of related projects and research in Australia, I would be pleased to receive your inputs/views, information about current work or research in this specific area, and invite you to indicate if you are interested in providing input/comment on the historic themes project via participation in a small email group circulation (unmoderated) on this topic over the next few weeks, and perhaps in the longer term.

Sheridan Burke
President, ICOMOS ISC Twentieth Century Heritage
email Sheridan

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7. Commonwealth Heritage Division Staffing Cut

The Canberra Times recently reported the Heritage Division of the Commonwealth Department of the Environment was to have a 30% staff cut. Click on the following link to read the article: Heritage funds cut, 30 jobs to go

Australia ICOMOS is keenly following this issue and considering what action to take.

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8. Museums and Collections Conversation Series 2011

The Australian National University’s Research School of Humanities and the Arts, and the Museum of Australian Democracy are presenting a conversation, “Museum or Heritage Place?” on Tuesday 5 April from 12.30 to 1.45pm.

For further information, see the Museums and Collections Conversation flier.

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9. Conservation and Display of Archaeological Sites and Artefacts – on-line survey

The Donald Horne Institute for Cultural Heritage at the University of Canberra is undertaking research on the conservation and display of colonial (historical) archaeological sites in Australia and New Zealand. If you have visited any archaeological sites/displays in Australia or New Zealand please take a few minutes to complete our on line survey.

The survey should take about 10 minutes and is completely anonymous. Information gathered from the survey will be published and made available to heritage agencies and we hope will contribute to improved interpretation and management of archaeological sites.

If you need any further information please email Tracy Ireland.

Thanks very much for participating in and contributing to our research!

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10. ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011 – call for papers

ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011
ASIAN URBAN HERITAGE
Phuket Town, THAILAND
15-17 October 2011

ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011: “Asian Urban Heritage” seeks submission of papers on 5 sub-themes

  1. Heritage Management
  2. Legal Protection and Incentives
  3. Historic Urban Landscape
  4. Climate Change and Disaster Prevention
  5. Industrial Heritage

Important dates

  • Deadline for abstract submission: 25 April 2011
  • Announcement for abstract approval: 16 May 2011
  • Deadline for full paper submission: 19 September 2011

For further information, see the ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011 flier and the ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2011 – Information and tentative agenda.

Should there be any queries, please email ICOMOS Thailand.

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11. International conference on structural health assessment of timber structures (SHATIS’11) – deadline for early registration

SHATIS’11 – International conference on structural health assessment of timber structures
16-17 June 2011
Lisbon

The deadline for early registration is 31 March 2011.

For further information visit the conference website.

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12. News from ICOMOS International

Click here to read the latest news from ICOMOS International.

Contents

  • 18 April 2011 – The Cultural Heritage of H20
  • Libya: safety of heritage sites
  • In brief…
  • From National and International Committees
  • What’s On Next Month?
  • New announcements in the ICOMOS Calendar
  • Other events
  • Calls for papers

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13. European Symposium on Earthern Architecture, 4-5 May 2011, Marseille, France

Building with Earth
From Cultural Heritage to Contemporary Architecture
Professionals, Know-how and Techniques in Europe

4-5 May 2011
Marseille, France

Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
Chamber of the Hotel of Region

This symposium is organized by the Ecole d’Avignon and ICOMOS France, in partnership with the Escola Superior Gallaecia (PT), the Polytechnic University of Valencia (SP), the University of Florence (IT) and the Adviser in Architecture, Urban planning and Environment (CAUE) of Vaucluse (FR), in the framework of the European project Terra Incognita. Earthen architecture in Europe (Culture Programme 2007-2013). It receives the assistance of the Research Laboratory for Historical Monuments (LRMH) and the collaboration of the Confederation of artisans and small companies in the building trade (CAPEB).

Registration for this symposium is open until 22 April 2011.

For more information, visit the symposium website, where you can download the Symposium Program, the Registration form and the order form for Symposium publications.

Post symposium event: An important meeting dedicated to the launching of a European network for earthen architecture will be held on Friday 6 May, 10.00am – 1.00pm. This meeting is open to all individuals and institutions interested in the field, at the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (on registration, within the limits of the available places).

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14. mAAN Seoul 2011 Conference

8th International mAAN Seoul Conference
Our Living Heritage: Industrial Buildings and Sites of Asia
25-27 August 2011
Seoul, Korea

Deadline for submission of abstracts – 30 March 2011

The 2011 Modern Asian Architecture Network (mAAN) conference, to be held in Seoul, aims to shed light on the various conditions which industrial heritage sites now face. Along with architecture of power, religious buildings, and residential architecture, industrial buildings constitute an important part of our architectural past, but neither their value as a cultural heritage, nor their appropriate position in the historiography of architecture, have been fully illuminated. Especially in Asia, where industrial sites were long neglected since the changes in industrial structure, it is only recent that their economic and cultural significance is recognized. With industrial heritage as the main subject, the 2011 mAAN Seoul Conference will focus on the distinct contexts and conditions of Asian countries’ various industrial sites.

For further information, visit the conference website.

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15. News from ICCROM

To view the March 2011 news from ICCROM, click here.

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16. Call for Applications for WA Regional Heritage Advisers

The Heritage Council of Western Australia is seeking experienced heritage professionals who can assist local governments and their communities across regional WA.

Individuals are invited to apply for the role of Regional Heritage Adviser (RHA) in one or more of the seven defined regions around the State, or to nominate to be on a panel for future ad hoc work with local government.

Heritage professionals with specialist skills are invited to nominate in areas of buildings conservation, heritage architecture, archaeology and heritage tourism. Specialists may either apply as a RHA or panel member.

A briefing on the request and contract will be given at 10.00am on Thursday 7 April at the Heritage Council offices in East Perth. Attendance is not compulsory but is recommended for any interested parties.

The tender documentation can be found on the Tenders WA website by searching the reference HCWA201100103.

For further information please contact Callum Crofton on (08) 9220 4151 or email Callum.

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17. SITUATION VACANT Urban Design and Heritage Adviser, City of Port Phillip

The City of Port Phillip’s appeal as a place to live, work and play is universal. To ensure the City retains its special character and reputation for sustainability, design excellence and quality architecture Council is seeking to appoint an experienced and passionate Urban Design and Heritage Advisor to its City Development team.

For further information about this role, click here.

Applications close 4 April 2011.

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18. SITUATION VACANT Senior Built Heritage Specialist (Architectural Background), Godden Mackay Logan (application deadline extended)

Senior Built Heritage Specialist
(Architectural Background)

  • Australia’s leading multi-disciplinary heritage consulting firm
  • A diverse range of high profile projects
  • Opportunities for professional advancement and promotion

Heritage consulting firm Godden Mackay Logan (GML) is seeking a senior built heritage specialist to join our team.

GML provides high level heritage advice on a diverse range of projects for both private and public clients. Our multi-disciplinary in-house team has expertise in built heritage, conservation planning, archaeology, indigenous heritage and interpretation, as well as in due diligence and Land and Environment Court matters. GML is the heritage consultant of choice for many of Australia’s most important government and private organizations engaged with the management and development of heritage assets. Our unique position within the industry means that GML consulting staff have the opportunity to work on some of the most interesting heritage conservation projects across Australia. We are also increasingly engaged in international conservation projects.

We are looking for a dynamic person, ideally with an architectural background and 10+ years experience in the heritage conservation field. Essential skills include writing concise and comprehensive reports, providing heritage and conservation advice to private and public clients, and preparing heritage assessments, conservation management plans and heritage impact statements. Experience in working on large projects in multidisciplinary teams would be an advantage, as would membership of Australia ICOMOS.

We could also consider applications from built heritage specialists who are at an earlier stage in their career development, and are interested in enhancing their skills within the stimulating GML work environment.

GML has a friendly, supportive and flexible working environment with a strong team culture. You will work alongside colleagues who are leading experts in their fields.

This is a full time position based in our main office in inner Sydney. We also have an office in Canberra. An attractive salary package and conditions will be negotiated with the successful candidate, who will also have the opportunity for advancement within the firm and to contribute to its strategic development at the senior management level.

GML is an AS/NZL ISO 9001:2008 quality certified company.

For more information please contact Peter Romey, Partner, on (02) 9319 4811. Please email your application to Positions by Thursday 31 March (extended deadline). GML website.

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19. SITUATION VACANT Heritage Conservation Professional (Built Heritage), Godden Mackay Logan

Heritage Conservation Professional
(Built Heritage)

  • Australia’s leading multi-disciplinary heritage consulting firm
  • A diverse range of high profile projects
  • Opportunities for professional advancement and promotion

Heritage consulting firm Godden Mackay Logan (GML) is seeking a Research Assistant to join our built heritage team.

GML provides high level heritage advice on a diverse range of projects for both private and public clients. Our multi-disciplinary in-house team has expertise in built heritage, conservation planning, archaeology, indigenous heritage and interpretation, as well as in due diligence and Land and Environment Court matters. GML is the heritage consultant of choice for many of Australia’s most important government and private organizations engaged with the management and development of heritage assets. Our unique position within the industry means that GML consulting staff have the opportunity to work on some of the most interesting heritage conservation projects across Australia. We are also increasingly engaged in international conservation projects.

We are looking for a dynamic person who is at an early stage in developing their career in the heritage conservation field. Essential criteria for the role would include a degree or equivalent in architecture or planning (with heritage focus), and we would favourably consider someone who is currently or intending to undertake further study towards a Master of Heritage Conservation or similar. You will need to have excellent writing and general research skills. Importantly, you will need to have the ability to take on a wide variety of tasks, and the determination to develop your skills and knowledge in heritage consulting.

We offer an exciting range of projects, and professional development and advancement opportunities, including a training and development program that encourages all staff to expand their skills and knowledge.

GML has a friendly, supportive and flexible working environment with a strong team culture. You will work alongside colleagues who are leading experts in their fields.

This is a full time position based in our main office in inner Sydney. We also have an office in Canberra. An attractive salary package and conditions will be negotiated with the successful candidate, who will also have the opportunity for advancement within the firm.

GML is an AS/NZL ISO 9001:2008 quality certified company.

For more information please contact Geoff Ashley, Senior Associate, on (02) 9319 4811. Please email your application to Positions by Friday 1 April. GML website.

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