Spring is conference season! Everywhere you look, there’s a new conference. Get ready to be invigorated by preservation and inspired by colleagues. Check out this brief list below. Add your own in the comments:
- Directions in Twenty-First Century Preservation – Bristol, RI – March 29
- Indiana’s Statewide Historic Preservation Conference – New Albany, IN – April 9-11
- Society of Architectural Historians – Austin, TX – April 9-13
- South Carolina Statewide Historic Preservation Conference – Columbia, SC – April 22
- Oregon Heritage Conference – Albany, OR – April 23-25
- Landmark Society of Western New York – Rochester, NY – April 24-26
- Rhode Island Preservation Conference – Warren, RI – April 26
- Vermont Historic Preservation & Downtown Conference – Island Pond, VT – Friday May 2
- New Jersey Historic and Historic Preservation – Lincroft, NJ -June 5
I’m excited to announce that Preservation in Pink will be featured at the Rhode Island Statewide Historic Preservation Conference as part of the session “Getting Social for a Cause: Social Media and Historic Preservation.” (See the conference brochure, page 12, session C2.) With a theme of “Pride in Preservation” and an opportunity to share my love of social media and historic preservation, I’m honored to be included!
Will you be there?
4 thoughts on “Preservation Conferences All Around”
Preserving Historic Places: Indiana’s Statewide Preservation Conference is April 9-11th in New Albany, Indiana. Details, here: http://www.in.gov/dnr/historic/4463.htm
I’ll add it in. Thanks Raina!
Will have to keep my eyes peeled for such conferences here in central Ohio. BTW—I think you might like my post today!
I’ll add that registration opens April 1 for FORUM2014 – combining the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions conference and the Pennsylvania Statewide Heritage Conference. There’s great programming lined up and an amazing array of events, all in a city with an incredibly high concentration of history and amazing architecture. More info here: http://pennbyways.org/ (And, yes, I’m working with Preservation Pennsylvania, one of the sponsoring partners.)