National Conference: A Future for Industrial Heritage in Malta
The Industrial Heritage Platform at the University of Malta is organising a day-conference on the theme: A Future for Industrial Heritage in Malta.
The Conference shall be held at Antoine de Paule Hall at San Anton Palace, under the auspices of H.E. the President of Malta on the 24th January 2023 in the morning. National entities and other organisations shall participate at the conference and it promises to be a very interesting event
Persons wishing to attend may register using the following online Form:
National Conference, 24th January 2023, 9.30am to 13:30
A Future for Industrial Heritage in Malta
Organised by the Industrial Heritage Platform, University of Malta
Industrial heritage consists of the remains of industrial culture which are of historical, technological, social, architectural or scientific value. These remains consist of buildings and machinery, workshops, mills and factories, mines and sites for processing and refining, warehouses and stores, places where energy is generated, transmitted and used, transport and all its infrastructure, as well as places used for social activities related to industry such as housing, religious worship or education. (TICCIH Charter, https://ticcih.org/about/charter/)
The Industrial Heritage Platform at the University of Malta is organising a national conference on the Future for Industrial Heritage in Malta. The goal of the conference is to explore current challenges in Industrial heritage conservation, preservation in situ and adaptive reuse in Malta. The Conference shall bring together different entities and experts on Industrial Heritage in the Maltese Islands to explore future strategies towards a better understanding, appreciation and valorisation of industrial heritage machinery and buildings.