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APHP and HWC meeting held 25 January 2019

APHP and HWC had a meeting on the 25th January 2019, below the Agenda of items discussed at the meeting and minutes of meeting attached.

1. DRAFT PROVISIONAL BILL
2. ANSON SQUARE AND BOKAAP JUDGEMENTS
3. RESPONSE TIMES TO HWC APPLICATIONS
4. CHAIRING OF MEETINGS
5. APPEAL DECISIONS
6. SAHRIS/HIMS
7. ACCESS TO ARCHIVES
8. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HWC AND APHP
9. SECTION 30 AND 31 REGULATIONS
10. APHP CONFERENCE IN APRIL 2019

APHP 2019 Conference on Reconnecting Heritage: Unpacking Heritage Dissonance

Please note APHP 2019 Conference on Reconnecting Heritage: Unpacking Heritage Dissonance will take place on Friday 5th, Saturday, 6th and Sunday 7th April.

Location: District Six Homecoming Centre, Buitenkant Street, Cape Town
Cost: Full – R500
Students – R300
State Heritage Institution Staff - Free

SESSIONS:
1. The Politics of Engagement
2. Managing Dissonance in Museums and Memorials
3. Multi-Disciplinarity in Heritage
4. Place identity, Inclusivity and Belonging
5. Heritage and the Law
6. Researching Heritage

APHP Gauteng Meeting

Dear APHP members

You are cordially invited to an APHP Meeting in Gauteng

Date: Thursday, 29 November 2018

Time: 3.30pm

Venue: H Block UG Conference Centre, Room 14 (MR14)

Nedbank 135 Rivonia Road Campus

135 Rivonia Road

Sandown

PLEASE NOTE:

APHP Conference 2019: Reconnecting Heritage - unpacking heritage dissonance

Call for Papers

The Association of Professional Heritage Practitioners would like to invite you to submit
abstracts for papers to be presented at our first APHP Conference.

We encourage the submission of papers that will communicate and share:

- Lessons learned within the overarching theme of the conference
- Challenges experienced in “Reconnecting Heritage”
- Critiques in existing heritage management practice

Dates: 5 to 7 April 2019
Location: District Six Homecoming Centre, Buitenkant Street, Cape Town
Cost: To be Determined

UCT CPD Course - Heritage Resources Management

UCT presents its annual CPD Course on Heritage Resources Management.

Course Content

The contents of the course will include:
• an introduction to the history of the ideas and theories of architectural and urban conservation
• a brief introduction to certain national and international charters
• a grounding in the principles of conservation practice
• an introduction to the South African legislation and the current administrative practices
• an introduction to the research techniques and sources used in this multi-disciplinary practice

15th Annual General Meeting of APHP

APHP held its AGM on Wednesday, 30th May 2018.

Revisions to the accreditation guidelines for membership accreditation was tabled and approved (please see attached) as well as a proposed Conference for 2019 themed: Decolonising Western Cape Heritage

The 2018/2019 Executive Committee:

Jenna Lavin (Chairperson)

Emmylou Bailey (Vice- Chairperson)

Louise van Riet (Treasurer)

Ursula Rigby

Mike Scurr

Grave Encounters Book

Please note the book: Grave Encounters, Archaeology of the burial grounds, Green Point, South Africa, is available for purchase. Please see flyer attached and details of who to contact and purchasing options.

PRICING

R375 incl 14%VAT (excluding local or overseas postage)

OUTLETS

From ACO Associates in Unit D17, Prime Park, Mocke Road Diep River (and can be delivered free if within about 20km of the office). Send us your address and we will let you know if we can deliver.

2017/18 APHP Executive Committee

The new Executive of APHP are as follows:

Jenna Lavin (Chair)
Emmylou Bailey (Vice-Chair)
Louise van Riet (Treasurer)
Mike Scurr
Ursula Rigby
Stefan de Kock
Melanie Attwell
Muneerah Karriem (co-opted as Secretary)

Attached the AGM minutes and financial statements.

M.Phil theses regarding Langa, Cape Town

On 22 September 2016 APHP hosted a workshop given by Raymond Smith and Berendine Irrgang on the topic of their M.Phil theses:

· Raymond Smith: Social Housing as Heritage: Case Study: Langa Hostels: Whose Values and What
Significance?” and

· Berendine Irrgang: “Township Churches as Heritage: The Case of Langa, Cape Town”

Copies of Berendine’s thesis and Raymond’s presentation are attached

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