Conservation Site School is conceptually based on a premise that many heritage sites that are highly valuable for their historic importance are neglected due to lack of active use or lack of funds and resources. CHC will adopt a site in need of conservation interventions/efforts, run short courses from there and in the process repair, restore and upgrade the site that can eventually be handed over to the owner/custodian of the site. Under which, Tankshal Ni Pol Masjid is our first site school.
We are excited to have our first open house (following the COVID protocols) of the CEPT Conservation Site School at the Tankshal Ni Pol Masjid, Tankshal Ni Pol on 20th Feb 2021.
Inaugural lecture “On Segregation and Patronage: Making Women’s Space in Indonesian Mosques” will be delivered by Tutin Aryanti, Ph.D., Head, Architecture Program, Department of Architectural Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
We have planned three time-slots between 10 am to 6 pm with limited seats to visit the site and explore and an online session from 6 pm onwards.
Note: Open House will be held following COVID 19 protocols and with a limited entry of 15 people per slot based on first-come-first-serve registration.