Australian Heritage Week Events

Events during Australian Heritage Week at Rymill House support the special initiatives of the Rymill House Foundation which raise funds directly for education, cultural, heritage, community, sporting and welfare organisations significant to South Australia.
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Restoration Australia's Sibella Court Public Lecture 

Heritage Connections

WEDNESDAY 20 APRIL 2016 - 5.00 PM

Host of the popular ABC TV series 'Restoration Australia', renowned international creative director for retail giants Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and the transformer of Sydney's  hospitality scene through projects such as Palmer & Co, The Beresford, Ms G’s! and The Rocks -  Sibella Court will address the question, 'how to repurpose heritage through innovation?'

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Philanthropy through 'Living Heritage' Dinner


WEDNESDAY  20 APRIL 2016 - 7.30PM

An invitation only exclusive black tie dinner held at Rymill House for Sibella Court in the company of special guest, the Rymill House Foundation's Patron-in-Chief, the Governor of South Australia, Hieu Van Le AO. This intimate dinner is in honour of philanthropists and contributors to 'Living Heritage' in South Australia.

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The Rymill House 'Living Heritage' Grant

The Rymill House Foundation's 'Living Heritage' program as part of Australian Heritage Week is at the forefront of a new paradigm for heritage through the repurposing and repositioning of heritage listed properties to create economic value for the State of South Australia. Each year the Rymill House Foundation offers an architectural student the opportunity to embark on a program of international travel to explore best practice in 'living heritage'. On return to South Australia, the student shares their own experiences and insights about global best practice and contemporary approaches to enhancing heritage places as a means to advance South Australia’s culture and identity.