The History Trust of South Australia presents
Tuesday 24 March, 5.30pm
Adelaide, city of churches, has a wealth of heritage places of worship that Ian Hamilton’s architectural practice, Arcuate, is helping to conserve and develop for future generations.
Please join us to learn about Ian’s passion for working with churches, and the new initiatives being employed by Arcuate to conserve and regenerate South Australia’s Heritage Churches.
This free public lecture is part of the History Trust’s Talking History series.
Entry by donation.
Doors open at 5pm. Lecture will commence at 5.30pm.
Parking available on Torrens Parade Ground, off Victoria Drive. Light refreshments provided before the lecture.
Ian Hamilton is a registered Architect in South Australia with over thirty year’s professional experience working in private practice in both Australia and the UK. He established Arcuate Architecture in Adelaide in 2016 to pursue his passion – to work with church congregations and their places of faith.
Before becoming Director of Arcuate, Ian was Senior Conservation Architect with the State Heritage Unit for South Australia and Senior Heritage Architect with Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Back in 2012, Ian initiated a conference series in Adelaide entitled ‘Regenerating Places of Faith’. Partnering with Ian in organising these annual events are the Anglican Diocese, the Catholic Archdiocese, the Uniting Church, the Lutheran Church, the National Trust SA, Heritage SA and Australia ICOMOS.
To see the list of upcoming dates and speakers for Talking History 2020, please visit our website.
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