The 2016 Experts at the Cathedral Lecture Series, January 28 to March 10

Announcing the 29th Annual Free Lunchtime Lecture Series featuring “Experts at the Cathedral”

Winter 2016, January 28-March 10

Watch the video replays below!

January 28: Jim Erikson and Glenn Mason, “Stained Glass: Preservation and Protection” Part 1

January 28: Jim Erikson and Glenn Mason, “Stained Glass: Preservation and Protection” Part 2

 

February 4: Richard Tillotson, “What Makes a Historic Place: Politics and Preservation at the Church of the Crossroads” Part 1

February 4: Richard Tillotson, “What Makes a Historic Place: Politics and Preservation at the Church of the Crossroads” Part 2

February 11: Frances Palama, “Chapels in Need: Hale‘iwa and American Samoa” Part 1

February 11: Frances Palama, “Chapels in Need: Hale‘iwa and American Samoa” Part 2

February 18: Angela Thompson, “The Cathedral of St. Andrew: Master-Planning for Conservation” Part 1

February 18: Angela Thompson, “The Cathedral of St. Andrew: Master-Planning for Conservation” Part 2

February 25: Barbara Shideler, “Our Lady of Peace: Mock-ups and Historic Structure Reports,
Aids in Project Planning” Part 1

February 25: Barbara Shideler, “Our Lady of Peace: Mock-ups and Historic Structure Reports,
Aids in Project Planning” Part 2

 

The tradition continues! This year’s theme is “Preserving Our Historic Churches and other Religious Buildings.”

The free weekly lunchtime lectures will be held on Thursdays from January 28 – March 10, from 12-1 p.m. at St. Andrews Cathedral, Von Holt Room, 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu

Von Holt directions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stop by on your lunch hour and feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.

This year’s sessions include:

January 28: Jim Erikson and Glenn Mason, “Stained Glass: Preservation and Protection”
February 4: Richard Tillotson, “What Makes a Historic Place: Politics and Preservation at the Church of the Crossroads”
February 11: Frances Palama, “Chapels in Need: Hale‘iwa and American Samoa”
February 18: Angela Thompson, “The Cathedral of St. Andrew: Master-Planning for Conservation”
February 25: Barbara Shideler and Virginia Murison, “Our Lady of Peace: Mock-ups and Historic Structure Reports,
Aids in Project Planning”
March 3: Glenn Mason, “St. Augustine By The Sea: Preservation and Improvement of a Modernist Site”
March 10: Lorraine Minatoishi, “Aloha Buddha: The Making of A Film”

The annual series is sponsored by the Historic Preservation Program, Department of American Studies, University of
Hawai‘i at Manoa; the Friends of ‘Iolani Palace; and Historic Hawai‘i Foundation.

Click here for a map of the venue location.

PARKING: Metered parking is available near Iolani Palace. Parking is also available at the Alii Place Parking Garage located at 1099 Alakea Street near the Hotel Street intersection ($3 for 2 hours) and in the St. Andrew’s public parking lot ($12 for 2 hours).

Open to all.  Reservations are not required.

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