'Das Digitale und die Denkmalpflege', 28th September to 1st October 2016, Bauhaus-Universitat, Weimar, Germany. Tim Ayers explores issues surrounding the virtual modelling of the medieval chapel, as a lost building.
Events and Timeline
Portcullis House, Palace of Westminster. Keynote lectures by Prof David Carpenter and Dr Paul Seaward. Twenty-two speakers over two days, drawn from the University of York, the Houses of Parliament, English Heritage, the British Museum, the History of Parliament and other institutions. 146 delegates, including parliamentary staff and members of the public. Conference hosted by Chris Bryant MP and filmed by BBC Parliament. Accompanying exhibition of antiquarian drawings and physical objects from St Stephen's, Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, London. Tours of St Stephen’s Hall and the Cloister led by Dr Mark Collins.
Portcullis House, Palace of Westminster. Demonstration of touch-screen displays of St Stephen’s Chapel and the House of Commons to the public visiting Portcullis House for ‘London Open House’ weekend, with an accompanying public lecture.
St Stephen's Hall, Palace of Westminster, London, UK. Virtual reconstructions of St Stephen’s Chapel, the historic House of Commons chamber and the Palace of Westminster site, modelled from project research by the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, installed on navigable touch-screen display in St Stephen’s Hall, Palace of Westminster.
The Friends of York Art Gallery, Bedern Hall, York
British Archaeological Association Conference, Institut National de l’Histoire de l’Art, Paris, France
Palace of Westminster. The Choir of Gonville and Caius College Cambridge (dir. Dr Geoffrey Webber) join the Parliament Choir (dir. Nicholas O’Neill, Parliament composer in residence) in a promenade concert singing in St Mary Undercroft, Westminster Hall and St Stephen’s Hall. Music by Nicholas Ludford, sometime musician at St Stephen’s Chapel, and two settings composed for the event by Nicholas O’Neill, composer in residence to Parliament. Preceded by a talk on the St Stephen’s Chapel project. Welcome by the Speaker’s Chaplain Rose Hudson-Wilkin. Filmed by BBC Parliament for a documentary on the St Stephen’s project. Event held by permission of the Lord Great Chamberlain, Mr Speaker and the Lord Speaker.
MEMS, University of Kent