Advanced Registration for APT NYC 2013 Starts Now
Expecting an unprecedented number of attendees at APT NYC 2013, we have opened up an Advanced Registration that will enhance your chances to secure a spot in your favorite field session and workshop, and allow you to book your room today at the Conference hotel, the Times Square Marriott Marquis.
Advanced Registration includes: · A basic registration as APT member ($450) or non-member ($550); · Information to secure your hotel reservation; and…Find out more »
The 17th Annual International Preservation Trades Workshop will be conducted in partnership with the National Park Service, Historic Preservation Training Center. HPTC sponsored the 1st IPTW in 1997, the 10th in 2007, and has been a strong partner with PTN since the beginning. The National Park Service Historic Preservation Training Center shop facility at the historic Jenkins Cannery will be the main venue for the workshop and is located near the heart of Frederick’s historic and arts district.Find out more »
Each day will have an entirely different focus, and the content will not repeat. Participants are welcome to attend either or both days. Wednesday, September 4th, will focus on all aspects of gravestone and cemetery monument repair and preservation. Thursday, September 5th, will relate to all historic masonry preservation, and is not limited to applications in graveyards and cemeteries.Find out more »
The Dry Stone workshop on September 4th and 5th will take place at the Antietam National Battlefield and will focus on restoration of dry stone walls on-site. The Battle of Antietam, which pitted the Army of the Potomac under the command of George McClel-lan against Robert E. Lee’s Confederate brigades, resulted in the single bloodiest day in American military history. Although considered a draw, the Confederate retreat at the end of the fighting allowed Abraham Lincoln to claim victory and led to the issuing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The Dry Stone Workshop is a two-day event. There is no single day registration.Find out more »
The State Historic Preservation Office is pleased to offer a special opportunity to college and university students who attend Our Sense of Place: Oklahoma’s 25th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference to be held June 5-7 in downtown Perry (full conference registration and program details available in late April).
The SHPO encourages college and university students planning preservation-related careers to attend the conference. So, we are offering twenty (20) scholarships on a first-come basis to those who qualify. The scholarship covers the…Find out more »
In 2011, the 35th UNESCO General Conference adopted the ‘Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape’ encouraging the espousal of a landscape approach to the study and conservation of cities within their broader urban contexts and their geographical settings. The goal of the 16th Annual US/ICOMOS International Symposium is to join in a robust discussion focused on the evolution of our historic urban centers and ascertain how they provide inspiration for the future of cities around the world.Find out more »
The APT DC 2013 symposium will be discussing Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery for Cultural Resources. We are looking forward to featuring eleven papers and more than twenty speakers for a full-day of presentations and ample time for discussion, debate, and collaboration.Find out more »
Main Street and those who love it are all about resilience—bringing commercial districts back to life by managing change and facing new challenges. And providing Main Street professionals with the tools to save the heritage and character of their downtowns while making them vibrant and profitable is what we’re best at. The 2013 National Main Streets Conference is the ideal place to learn new skills, explore new ideas, discover innovative strategies, and share best practices. Find out how other communities have solved common problems on Main Street and get the latest how-to tactics from experts in the field. Join us in New Orleans for three information-packed days of learning and networking.Find out more »