Cultural Landscapes

Tangible and Intangible Heritage

Dear PHS Members and Friends,

Emeritus Professor Ken Taylor AM is giving an illustrated presentation on an overview of the cultural landscape idea and its significance. Reference to challenges offered by the Kinta Valley area will be addressed.

The speaker has degrees in Geography, Town Planning and Landscape Architecture and Co-Director, Cultural Heritage Research Centre, University of Canberra. As a Board member of AusHeritage he has participated in missions to a number of countries including India, Indonesia and Myanmar. He has given guest lectures at various universities and has been a consultant to UNESCO and the World Heritage Centre, particularly in relation to cultural landscape values.

Venue : Ungku Omar Polytechnic, Jalan Raja Musa Mahadi, Ipoh
(Civil Engineering Lecture Hall – Entrance through Main Gate)

Date : Thurs, 24 March 2011

Time : 3pm (the programme may last up to 2 hours)

Admissions FREE. All are welcome.


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