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WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT - Urban Conservation Planning in Southeast Asia
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Old Cities, New Challenges
A Course for Urban Conservation in Southeast Asia

November 13–21, 2020
Penang, Malaysia

Getty will hold 'Old Cities, New Challenges 2020 (OCNC20)', the second in our series of courses for urban conservation in Southeast Asia presented in collaboration with Think City.

The course's primary objective is to improve urban conservation practices in Southeast Asian cities by providing participants with a fuller understanding of conservation methodologies and effective, practical tools and techniques for the conservation of historic places in urban contexts. 

 

Course Content

The course will be highly interactive—formal presentations will be complemented by group discussions and exercises at historic sites in Penang. A values-based approach to heritage conservation will be emphasized. Participants will share their experiences regarding heritage conservation challenges in their respective cities.

Topics to be addressed include:
- Examination of international approaches, including Historic Urban Landscape (HUL)
- Documentation of tangible and intangible heritage assets, including cultural mapping
- Defining cultural significance of historic places, resulting in a statement of significance
- Heritage economics, related to cultural capital and sustainability
- Infill development in historic areas
- Goals, strategies and components of an urban conservation plan, resulting in participants’ drafting a plan for a specific site

Instructors
An experienced team of mentors will share their practical expertise related to the conservation of historic places in urban contexts.

Course Director
Jeff Cody, Architectural historian and Senior Project Specialist, Getty Conservation Institute

How to Apply
Please visit: 

https://www.getty.edu/conservation/our_projects/field_projects/urban/old_cities_course.html

 

Deadline for Submission: April 15, 2020


For questions, please contact OCNC20@getty.edu
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