The Creative County Committee and Sarnia Heritage Committee are proud to present:
A workshop on heritage advocacy, architectural preservation & storytelling
10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery
147 Lochiel Street
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided. A suggested donation of $20 will be gratefully received at the door.
*Registration is required as spaces are limited
To RSVP, please contact Kathleen Annett at 519-336-8127 ext. 3226 or Kathleen.email@example.com by Wednesday, September 26, 2018.
*Download the Heritage Forum Flyer
Presenters & Topics:
Reuse of Multi-story Heritage Property in Downtown Hamilton
Kevin MacKay is the Sarnia born professor of sociology at Mohawk College and author of “Radical Transformation” - Oligarchy, Collapse, and the Crisis of Civilization.
Local Railway Heritage
Ron Brown is the author of a number of Ontario Heritage books including “Rails Across Ontario” and latest book just released “Canada’s World Wonders?” He is a retired Heritage Planner for the City of Toronto.
Architectural Styles in Residential Architecture (with specific examples from downtown Sarnia including Brock and Vidal Streets)
Marg Rowell is the Administrator at the Heritage Resources Centre at the University of Waterloo. Past Chair of the Municipal Heritage Committee in Waterloo. Vice-Chair of Heritage Wilmot (committee of Council) responsible for surveying properties to add to the Non-Designated Register. Vice-Chair of the Heritage Planning Advisory Committee for the Region of Waterloo. Founding member and president of the North Waterloo Region Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.
Heritage Designation 101 - What is Heritage Designation (Part lV Ontario Heritage Act)?
Paul King is the Past President and current Board Member of Community Heritage Ontario. A Founding Member of the Stratford/Perth Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. Retired Real Estate Lawyer in the Toronto real estate department of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. A regular contributor to CHOnews. Owner and steward of an 1874 designated heritage home in St. Marys, Ontario.
Approaching Local Heritage and Storytelling through a Graphic Novel
Mike Collier is a local historian, author & illustrator.
For more information on this event, please contact:
519-332-0527 ext. 3293