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July 21, 2012

Seminar on Built Heritage Conservation - Pamana

One of the most visible forms of heritage is built heritage. It is part of the environment we work in and the country we live in. It is both everyday and ancient. It holds so much value, yet it is mostly overlooked by today’s society.
Without conservation efforts, our historical buildings and monuments will soon crumble into ruin. Thus, the Filipinas Heritage Library and the Heritage Conservation Society (HCS) invite you to join Pamana: a one-day seminar on built heritage conservation.

This seminar will host discussions on what built heritage is, how heritage conservation is done worldwide, and the heritage conservation challenges we face in this modern age. Cultural experts including Architect Manuel Noche of the HCS; Architect Toti Villalon of architectural design and conservation firm AVillalon Architects; and cultural blogger and tour guide Ivan Henares, will speak during the seminar.

Pamana will be held at FHL, the Makati Central Business District’s only remaining historical site constructed before World War Two. The seminar fee is P1,000 inclusive of seminar kit, handouts, snacks, and a certificate of attendance. Lunch will not be served at the venue, but we encourage you to dine at one of the many Ayala Triangle restaurants. Students and senior citizens can avail of a 20-percent discount.

Payments can be made in cash, check, or through credit card.
Discount does not apply to credit card transactions.

Contact Details:
For inquiries, please call Joy or Verne at (63 2) 892-1801, (63 917) 561-2413 or email:
Filipinas Heritage Library
Makati Ave.

Ayala Triangle
Makati Ave.
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Thursday August 23, 2012 8:00 AM

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