Heritage Lost & Found: Our Changing Cityscape #Dunedin

MUST SEE | PHOTOGRAPHS, OBJECTS AND FILM

Exhibition hosted by Otago Museum in partnership with Heritage New Zealand (formerly New Zealand Historic Places Trust) — sponsored by solicitors Gallaway Cook Allan

Where: Postmaster Gallery, H D Skinner Annex, Museum Reserve (former Dunedin North Post Office, cnr Great King St and Albany St)

Hours: Daily 10am – 4pm – Free entrance (building tours available)

OtagoMuseum HeritageNZ (2)

Related Post and Comment:
4.1.14 Otago Museum: H D Skinner Annex + returning exhibition!

Former Dunedin North Post Office (detail 4)Category II Historic Place — List No. 2154
(assessment criteria and historical narrative)

Otago Museum H D Skinner Annex
(building background and facilities)

█ To complement the exhibition, Otago Museum is offering a number of free presentations led by local experts: Public Lectures and Workshops

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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5 responses to “Heritage Lost & Found: Our Changing Cityscape #Dunedin

  1. Elizabeth

    █ To complement the exhibition, Otago Museum is offering a number of free presentations led by local experts: Public Lectures and Workshops

    See new post:
    1.7.14 Jonathan Howard: ‘Changing Dunedin City: Snapshots from the air’

  2. Elizabeth

    “It’s one of Dunedin’s iconic buildings and while it requires seismic upgrading, it offers … add-value opportunities, including residential conversion.” –Robin Hyndman (Bayleys)

    ### ODT Online Thu, 3 Jul 2014
    Bell Tea building offered for sale
    By Simon Hartley
    Dunedin’s distinctive Bell Tea building is on the market, along with the Bell Tea and Coffee Company’s several premises in East Tamaki, Auckland. The Dunedin factory of New Zealand’s oldest tea company, founded in 1898 by Norman Harper Bell in Dunedin, closed earlier this year with the loss of 10 jobs, because the cost of earthquake-strengthening the four-storey building was commercially unviable.
    Read more

    ● Tenders close on August 7, and vacant possession is offered.

  3. Elizabeth

    DEMO + Facadism = Prista Apartments Ltd
    See new post re 372-392 Princes St and 11 Stafford St.

  4. Elizabeth

    Dunedin Television feature – Built to Last: Part 1
    January 27, 2015 – 3:59pm
    Part One of a documentary series showcasing Dunedin’s Heritage through our historical buildings – http://www.dunedintv.co.nz/content/built-last-part-1

    Part 2 airs Sunday at 7pm on Dunedin Television. (Channel 39)

  5. Elizabeth

    Dunedin Television feature – Built to Last: Part 2
    March 9, 2015 – 12:52pm
    This episode takes a detailed look at the design and architectural process of restoring an historic building – http://www.dunedintv.co.nz/content/built-last-part-2

    (Channel 39)

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