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Association for Preservation Technology International

20th Annual CHC Historic Preservation Symposium and 2019 APT Texas Chapter Annual Meeting

  • Friday, February 15, 2019
  • 5:00 PM
  • Saturday, February 16, 2019
  • 4:00 PM
  • Geren Auditorium, Building B in the Langford Architecture Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 77843

Don't forget to join us for the APT Texas Annual Meeting which will be held during the 20th Annual Historic Preservation Symposium hosted by the Center for Heritage Conservation (CHC) at Texas A&M University on February 15th & 16th, 2019, in College Station. Our meeting will take place after lunch on Saturday but we hope that each of you are able to join us for the entire event.

Additional details on the symposium, including the agenda and how to register can be found below.


20th Annual Historic Preservation Symposium 

February 15-16, 2019


"Preservation in Texas: Contemporary and Future Challenges"


REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

The deadline to register is Wednesday, February 13.

https://chc.arch.tamu.edu/


AGENDA


FRIDAY, 15 February 2019

Geren Auditorium (ARCB 101), College of Architecture, Texas A&M University


5:15 PM Doors open


6:00 PM KEYNOTE ADDRESS: “Creative Conservation”

David G. Woodcock (FAIA, FSA, FAPT; Director Emeritus, Center for Heritage Conservation;

Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University)


7:00 PM RECEPTION - Wright Gallery (ARCA 212), College of Architecture, Texas A&M University


8:00 PM Adjourn for the evening


SATURDAY, 16 February 2019

Geren Auditorium (ARCB 101), College of Architecture, Texas A&M University


8:00 AM REGISTRATION - Geren Auditorium / Breakfast


8:45 AM Welcome and Introductions


9:00 AM “Preservation & the Challenge of Social Justice - The Unsweet Story of Sugar Land”

Reginald Moore and Samuel Collins, III (Convict Leasing and Labor Project)


9:50 AM “Urban Challenges” - Chair: Priya Jain

David Bush (Preservation Houston), David Preziosi (Preservation Dallas), Kate Singleton (Preservation Austin)


10:50 AM BREAK


11:10 AM “Rural Challenges” - Chair: Brent R. Fortenberry

Perky Beisel (Stephen F. Austin State University), Julie McGilvray (University of New Mexico

and National Park Service), Evan Thompson (Preservation Texas)


12:00 PM LUNCH


12:45 PM Student Poster Session


1:15 PM APT Texas Meeting


2:00 PM “Coastal Challenges” - Chair: Brent R. Fortenberry

Catherine Gorman (City of Galveston), Dwayne Jones (Galveston Historical Foundation)


2:50 PM “Professional Perspectives” - Chair: Priya Jain

Doris Eichburg (Building Diagnostics, Inc. & APT Texas), Stanley Graves (Architexas), Nancy McCoy (McCoy Collaborative)


4:00 PM Concluding Remarks (Kevin T. Glowacki); Adjourn


*Special thanks to our sponsors and partners: The College of Architecture and the Departments of Anthropology, Architecture, and Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning at Texas A&M University

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN:

https://secure.touchnet.com/C21490_ustores/web/classic/store_main.jsp?STOREID=20

 

Professional $150.00 (includes AIA CEUs)

Faculty $25.00

Student $15.00

General Public $25.00

 

Friday Reception is free but spaces are limited; advanced registration required.

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