It's that time of the year again and we are looking forward to seeing everyone at the CHC Symposium and APT Texas Annual Meeting! The Center for Heritage Conservation at Texas A&M University has a wonderful line-up of speakers arranged for this years topic Heritage, Conservation & Archaeology. Below is additional information and if you would like to register Click Here.
The 2017 CHC Symposium, “Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology” will be held on March 3rd and 4th in Geren Auditorium on the Texas A&M University Campus. We will have a reception in the Wright Gallery from 7:15 – 8:30 pm, following the keynote address on Friday night.
Registration will open up on Monday, January 23, and will remain accessible until March 1. This will include admission to all presentations as well as breakfast and lunch on Saturday the 4th.
Our speakers and their subjects are listed below. We look forward to seeing you there!
John Stubbs (Keynote Speaker)
Director of Preservation Studies Program and Christovich Senior Professor of Architectural Preservation Practice, Tulane University
"Facing Architectural Conservation's Toughest Challenge: Archaeological Sites"
Archaeologist with the Maya Research Program, co-director of the Blue Creek Archaeological Project, and owner of Linda Vista Archaeology
"Modeling a Maya City: Conservation of Archaeological Resources in Northwestern Belize."
Archaeologist with the U.S. National Park Service, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
“Visualizing Historic Landscapes on Alcatraz in 3D for Archeological Prospection”
Project Manager at Texas A&M's Conservation Research Laboratory
"A Formidable Looking Pile of Iron Boilers and Machinery": The Conservation and Reconstruction of USS Westfield in relation to the Secretary of the Interiors Standards on Historic Preservation
Principal at Atkin Olshin Schade Architects
“Historic Preservation, Self-Determination, and the Cultural Resiliency of Traditional Pueblo Villages”
We will also have our annual poster session, featuring research by students from around the state.