Evening Lecture – Building a National Icon
Dr David Mitchell, Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, speaks about the building of The National Wallace Monument and the conservation work required to care for it.
About Evening Lecture – Building a National Icon
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The National Wallace Monument, Past, Present and Future
With Dr David Mitchell, Director of Conservation at Historic Environment Scotland and Trustee of Stirling District Tourism, and Lyndsey Bowditch, Director at Studioarc Design Consultants
How do you go about building and maintaining a fitting tribute to one of Scotland’s best loved national heroes? Join Dr David Mitchell, Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, as he speaks about the building of The National Wallace Monument and the conservation work required to care for this internationally renowned building for generations to come. Lyndsey Bowditch, Director of Studioarc, will also give her experience of breathing new life into the famous Wallace story ahead of the re-opening of the Monument in Spring.
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