Art & Preservation: Creatively Connecting People to Past
Pairing art and history can develop unique heritage interpretation that appeals to a broader audience. Learn how to successfully create, fund, and execute art-inspired programming by joining two nationally-recognized preservationists who showcase projects ranging from one-time events to long-term initiatives. These programs can enrich your current efforts or suggest something new.
Speakers: Sarah Marsom and Lori Gonzalez
Historic Preservation: Emerging Tools and Trends
This session focuses on four new areas of preservation practice: local activism by Young Preservationists and the Rust Belt Coalition; new ideas for community and preservation planning; increased diversity through new approaches to heritage interpretation; and emerging technologies used by preservation professionals. Let’s talk together about national trends in the preservation field.
Speakers: Sarah Marsom, Dr. Ted Ligibel, Ilene Tyler, Norm Tyler