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FALL 2015: ROSSLAND BC

Heritage BC Annual Conference

Each year Heritage BC hosts an important conference to bringing together diverse interests, challenges and approaches to heritage conservation.  The next Annual Conference is in Rossland, BC, 1-3 October 2015. Keynote speaker Jim Mountain, Heritage Canada will be joined by heritage & conservation thought-leaders and experts for panel sessions, workshops, networking events and much more!

» Heritage BC Annual Conference


Charles Hill Speaking Events Sponsored by Heritage BC

Charles Hill began work at the National Gallery of Canada in 1972, and was appointed Curator of Canadian Art in 1980. He has had a consistent interest in the relationships between art and society, and in the integration of art in the public and private spheres. Hill was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 2000, and received an Honorary Doctorate from Concordia University, Montreal, in 2007.

Heritage BC is honoured to be sponsoring Charles Hill’s speaking tour.

 

October 24, 2015—1 pm–2:30 pm | The Good Shepherd Centre, Seattle | hosted by Historic Seattle
$35, Members $25, Students $10
 
 
October 27, 2015—7 pm | University Women’s Club at Hycroft | 1489 McRae Avenue, Vancouver | hosted by the Hycroft Heritage Preservation Foundation and Vancouver Heritage Foundation
$15

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October 29, 2015—7pm | University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries | 630 Yates Street, Victoria
No charge to attend

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Heritage Week 2015
Main Street : At the Heart of the Community'

Sadly, another Heritage Week has come and gone. Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm and participation. Facebook and Twitter was filled with archive images of main streets, events and fun!  Watch for the new Heritage BC Quarterly where we will feature community celebrations across BC.

» Heritage Week 2015


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