Friday, October 22, 2010
Next week the National Trust for Historic Preservation holds its annual National Preservation Conference in the weird city, Austin, Texas, from Oct. 27-30. Looks like a great event, with the program available online. Featured speakers include New Yorker architecture critic Paul Goldberger and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. Here's the conference blurb:
Prepare yourself for a completely new National Preservation Conference experience! To complement our future-focused Austin theme, we’ve planned dynamic new programs that encourage conversation and interaction, and spotlight 21st-century preservation imperatives.
Join hundreds of grassroots volunteers, skilled professionals, and preservation experts exploring preservation today -- in urban and rural settings across the United States. We’ll focus on the conventional and the controversial issues that arise every day, and share the most effective tools and practices for fostering preservation in any community.
Can't make it out to Austin next week? Don't worry, you can attend the conference virtually, with lots of web content and social media planned to be available. Great idea.
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