Image courtesy of the City of Sydney Historical Association.
The City of Sydney Historical Association are hosting Sue Rosen as she discuses Harold Cazneaux’s life, works and heritage legacy. In 2016 Sue Rosen and Roy Lumby undertook a Heritage Assessment of Harold Cazneax’s (Caz) home and studio at Roseville which was the subject of a development application for alterations and additions. Responsible for many iconic images of Sydney in the early 20th century, Caz was
internationally acclaimed as a photographer. His house and studio are remarkably intact, while the garden has been lost through subdivision. Sue Rosen examines Harold Cazneaux’s life as an artist, his practice and our treatment of heritage sites reflective of the historic associative criteria.
About the Speaker:
Sue Rosen has worked in the history and heritage field since 1988 and founded Sue Rosen Associates in 1991. Sue has an MA from Macquarie University and a Doctorate from the University of Western Sydney for a thesis [That Den of Infamy – the No.2 Stockade, Cox’s River: A study of the convict experience] that immersed her in early colonial records.
Several of her studies have been published as books for a general readership, including Losing Ground: An Environmental History of the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment. Bankstown: A Sense of Identity is an urban and social history commissioned by Bankstown City Council.
She is a past member of the History Advisory Panel to the NSW Heritage Council, a former executive member of the NSW branch of the Oral History Association of Australia, a member the Professional Historians Association NSW and of ICOMOS (Australia). She is co-convenor of the ICOMOS National Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes and Routes and a member of the ICOMOS National Scientific Committee on Intangible Heritage, the Garden History Society, the Twentieth Century Heritage Society and the Royal Australian Historical Society.
To find out more see here.
When: Saturday 9th March 2019, 2.00pm
Where: Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Cost: Members $3, Visitors $6
Contact: 02 9262 7300