Wednesday, March 30, 2022
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The New Zealand branch of the ACA invites all our members to attend our Branch Annual General Meeting followed by a technical presentation on corrosion control by Susanne Rawson. We’d love for you to join us to reconnect, help elect committee members and discuss general business for the upcoming year.
Please note, registrations for this event close on Friday, 25th of March 2022 COB.
Registration for this event includes finger food and a technical presentation.
If you are unable to attend this event, please complete the proxy form, no later than 5 pm, Friday, 25 March.
Please submit either/both forms here no later than 5 pm, Friday, 25 March.
Susanne Rawson grew up in a National Register of Historical Places home built in 1851 as part of an idealistic communal society in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her formative years were spent in the Southern USA where she developed a deeper appreciation for the historical and social influences of coastal environments on identity. She currently resides in Taranaki with her family where she is developing her appreciation for the Aotearoa New Zealand past through community based research. Susanne believes that more open, wide-reaching and transparent communication with realistic goals and resources is the future for the preservation of significant heritage sites and objects. Through her work as a cultural materials conservator and PhD candidate, she strives to acknowledge Tikanga Māori and reshape heritage practices to incorporate public interactions with the past. Her work is shaped by serving in many roles related to cultural heritage preservation, material culture, and archaeology including non-profit, education, and private practice environments with a variety of materials and in locations from the Arctic to the Antarctic, South America and across the Near East and Africa.
05:30 pm – Meet for a catch up – nibbles & some drinks supplied
06:10 pm – AGM
06:30 pm – Presentation: heritage conservation of metals in Aotearoa New Zealand: Case Studies
The bar will remain open after the presentation.
In-person attendance at this event is limited to 30 people and check-in at the venue will be required for Covid tracing purposes. Covid-19 protection requirements to be followed in line with the Covid Traffic Light level at the time of the meeting. Vaccine Passes will be required and will be checked by Venue Staff on entry.
If you choose to attend this event, virtually, please click here to register and you’ll receive a zoom webinar link to join the AGM & technical presentation online.
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND IN PERSON, IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED FOR VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE.
ONLY PEOPLE ATTENDING IN-PERSON TO REGISTER BELOW.
Venue Phone: +64 6-758 3901
Venue Website: https://www.npsuc.co.nz/Address: