The role of heritage in our “Future Cities” – investigating methods of recording and engaging
To summarise the VERNADOC EXPERIENCES Exhibition there will be a discussion panel – The role of heritage in our “Future Cities” – investigating methods of recording and engaging.
Join our panel in this fascinating discussion.
- Mr Daniel Bennett
- Dr Mandy Paul
- Dr Darren Peacock
- Mr Simon Carter
- Dr Julie Nichols
Vernadoc (an acronym for vernacular documentation involves cultural immersion and immediate transfer of measured information to the drawing page. These documents communicate traditions of buildings, contextualise the structures within their environment, record spatial relationships between buildings and through the accurate depiction of everyday artefacts, the building's role in communal life.
The Exhibition on show at ODASA on Leigh Street celebrates basic but beautiful drawing methods in understanding urban space through onsite cultural immersive experiences. It reveals textures, effects and diversity of two very different contexts,
Julie lectures in architecture, environment and sustainable design. Her main research interests link the fields of urban history and theory, urban cartography and urban design.
Julie published her first book in 2...
Mandy has worked as an historian and curator for over two decades. Her particular areas of interest and expertise include the history of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal relations and relationships to land in South and Central ...
Simon Carter is a heritage focussed graduate of architecture at Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Simon began his career in heritage at the State Heritage Unit (SA Government) where he gained experience as a heritage consulta...
Daniel is a multi-award winning registered landscape architect with 20 years’ experience working across Australia, the United Kingdom and China. He is passionate about the value of design in shaping our cities.
Dr Darren Peacock
Dr Darren Peacock is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Trust of South Australia. The Trust is the leading non-government heritage conservation and advocacy organisation in the state, managing more than 130 heritage...
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