On Thursday 21 March, the Friends of the Georgian Society of Jamaica will be holding a lecture at 6 Fitzroy Square on ‘Digital Technology and Jamaica’s Georgian Architectural Heritage’. The lecture will be given by Dr Brent Fortenberry, who specialises in the vernacular architecture of the British Atlantic World and contemporary issues in historic preservation and cultural heritage.
The lecture starts at 6.30pm, with doors open from 6pm, and tickets can be purchased here.
The FGSJ was established in the UK in 1993 with the aim of supporting the work of the Georgian Society of Jamaica, founded in 1967 in Jamaica out of concern at the destruction and neglect of Georgian-era buildings, both large and small, in all parts of the island. To find out more about the FGSJ, visit their website.
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