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Applications will close on 22nd March 2019.
Ulster Architectural Heritage in partnership with Irish Georgian Society are pleased to announce that we will be running our Biennial Summer School on 20th-22nd June 2019. You can see an article on our previous summer school here.
The topic will be ‘Living Towns and Villages in Cavan and Fermanagh’, and once again we will offer 30 fully subsidised places* to students studying a relevant subject such as, but not exclusive to, Architecture, Planning or Museum Studies, at degree level.
The school will be directed by renowned architectural historian Kevin Mulligan, author of The Buildings of Ireland, South Ulster: Armagh, Cavan and Monaghan.
Places will also be available for delegates and general admission, which provides an excellent opportunity for students and professionals to meet others from different universities and disciplines, and mix with and learn from others in the field. The full programme and ticket options for delegates will be announced shortly.
The programme will include lectures from architects, historians and members of the local councils; as well as site visits, access to unique historic venues, and food and entertainment.
Allocation of places will be dependent on the commitment to participate in the student competition which includes the advance submission of one A3 poster responding to a given heritage and conservation issue in the Fermanagh/ Cavan area. More information will be provided to successful applicants. Winners will receive a prize presented on the final day of the school.
The programme will include lectures from architects, historians and members of the local councils; as well as site visits, access to unique historic venues, and food and entertainment. The outline programme is as follows**:
Thursday 20th June: Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
- A series of talks in Enniskillen Methodist Church and Enniskillen Presbyterian Church exploring the historic development of Fermanagh & Enniskillen, and examples of local contemporary heritage projects
- Walking tours of Enniskillen conservation area, including a visit to Enniskillen Castle, examining heritage-led regeneration projects and future developments and current heritage assets
- Tours of Florence Court, followed by drinks, entertainment and an evening meal in the courtyard
Friday 21st June: County Cavan
- A series of talks in a historic venue in County Cavan looking at the history of Cavan, planning and policy and heritage projects in the local area
- Visits to Cavan town, Bailieborough, Cootehill and Butler’s Bridge
- Dinner and a pub quiz in Ballyhaise
Saturday 22nd June: County Cavan
- A visit to a local landmark property
- Viewing of the Student Design Competition Entries and presentation of bursaries
- Conclusion with a celebratory lunch
Some of our speakers include: Miriam Delaney, Professor Alistair Rowan, Marcus Patton OBE, Dr Connie Gerrow, Nicola McVeigh, Emma McGarrity, Kevin Mulligan, Michael O’Neill, Mary McAuliffe, Liam Mulligan, Dr Neil Galway.
*Excluding travel to and from the Summer School. Student places include food, two nights accommodation, entertainment and travel between venues and sites during the three day summer school.
**The programme may be subject to change. Further details will be released in the interim period.