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Ève Wertheimer

Ève Wertheimer, black and white portait, facing toward camera
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A conservation architect registered in Québec, Ève Wertheimer completed her undergraduate studies in architecture at the Université de Montréal and a Master’s in Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings at the Raymond Lemaire Center for Conservation in Belgium.

For the past 20 years, her work has focused on the conservation of buildings and landscapes, with practical experience on a range of projects throughout Eastern Canada in both the public and private sectors, as well as in various positions linked to heritage policy development and implementation at the government level, for PWGSC, the National Capital Commission, the Parks Canada Agency and the City of Montreal. Through these multiple lenses, she has been able to explore the relationship between theory and practice as it manifests itself both in heritage and planning policy, as well as through specific projects. She has a particular interest for the notion of cultural landscape and its implementation, namely in the context of natural protected areas, and for the relationship between natural and cultural heritage and their conservation.

In addition to her volunteer activities with local heritage organizations, Ève is an active member of ICOMOS and has been keenly involved in some of the organization’s international activities. Since 2018, Ève is also a member the City of Montreal’s advisory body on heritage, the Conseil du patrimoine.

Ève is fluently bilingual in French and English.

Université de Montréal — Bachelor of Architecture / Raymond Lemaire Center for Conservation — Master's in Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings
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