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STICK Conference 2021: Snapshot in Time
Online. Wednesday 17th November 2021.
Photography is an invaluable tool for recording industrial and transport history – it is ideally suited for rapid documentation in a world where dramatic or catastrophic change can occur to the fabric of industry, almost overnight, and revolutionised the documentation of historic sites. STICK conference, “Snapshot in Time” hopes to discuss the importance of photography as a documentation and advocacy tool for industrial and transport heritage.
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STICK anticipates the conference to be hosted online via zoom. If you have any questions contact Matthew Bellhouse Moran at email@example.com.
10.00 - 10.10 Welcome and introduction
10.10 - 10.40 David Mitchell, Historic Environment Scotland, “Photography and Industry - an evolution through time”
10.50-11.10 Miriam McDonald, Historic Environment Scotland, “ Photographing Industry at Historic Environment Scotland: record, share, advocate”
11.20-11.40 James O Davies Team Lead Photography, Historic England “England’s Coal Fired Power Stations – a Photographic Record”
11.50-12.10 Ben Russell, Science Museum “Recording Cottam: Photographic recording of coal-fired electricity generation”
1.15-1.35 Miles Oglethorpe, Historic Environment Scotland “The Sir William Arrol Collection – iconic photographs on the brink of oblivion”
1.45-2.05 Carol Morgan, The Institution of Civil Engineers “Exploiting photographs within a mixed collection”
2.15-2.35 D Bruce McCowan, Professional Engineers Ontario Education Committee, “Surface Remains at Auchanbeg, Pre-Dalquhandy Opencast”
2.45-3.05 Photography competition winner results
3.15-3.35 Panel Discussion