at Galt Museum & Archives

Please join the Galt Museum & Archives and the City of Lethbridge Planning Department for a one-day symposium to explore meanings, definitions and examples of cultural landscapes. Hear from a variety of subject experts from across Alberta, and join the discussion about how the cultural landscape approach can be used in the care and management of places with overlapping cultural and natural significance.

Registration will be available online or in-person SEP 05, 2017. The registration fee is $30 plus GST, which includes refreshments and lunch. Please plan to register early, as space is limited. For more information, please call Aimee Benoit at 403.320-3907 or email aimee.benoit@galtmuseum.com.

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Agenda:

9:00 - Welcome

9:15 - Shabnam Inanloo Dailoo, "Cultural Landscape Concept and Approach: The Role of Communities in Managing Cultural Landscapes"

10:00 - Break

10:30 - Panel on Indigenous Heritage

Aaron Domes, "Continuing the Cultural Landscape of Writing-on-Stone / Aisinai'pi"

Blair First Rider, "Reconciliation"

Laura Golebiowski, "Beyond the Site-Specific: Considering Indigenous Cultural Landscapes"

12:00 - Lunch

1:00 - Panel on Policy Tools and Examples

Rebecca Goodenough, "Protection of Cultural Landscapes: The Alberta Context"

Michelle Reid, "Conserving and Celebrating Calgary's Cultural Landscapes"

2:00 - Close

2:15 - Walking Tour of River Valley

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