Showing posts with label Titanic Quarter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Titanic Quarter. Show all posts

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

The Past in the Present: Titanic Quarter's Journey

In this series, The Past in the Present, we explore how the historic urban character of a city can be part of a dynamic and continually evolving contemporary society, with an aim to spark debate on the topic of conservation and heritage in our cities and further afield.

Series curated by Ailish Killilea and Anna Skoura.

We are living in the year of the Centennial anniversary of Titanic, since it departed Belfast on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. The following article explores some the Titanic's history, how some of the heritage buildings are put to use today and the future development for Queen's Island.

S.S. Titanic, April 1912. (picture via The Modern History Blog)

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

The Irish Scottish Forum for Spatial Planning Centenary Conference at Queens University - 31 May

The Conference is free but advance registration is essential as places are limited. To register email your details to [email protected] before Monday 16 May 2011.

Conference schedule.... (Click to enlarge)

Thursday, 23 September 2010

RTPI NI Urban Design Series - The Value of Place-making

The Value of Place-making
28th September 2010
Titanic House

Click the flyer above for more info.