Tuesday, August 12, 2014
I attended and spoke at this conference when it was in Spokane. Well worth attendance for those with an interest in historic preservation. Early bird registration details here and below...
Early Bird Deadline–Fri., Aug. 15
Register by Friday, August 15 and save on PastForward rates. PastForward, the National Preservation Conference, is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places. Preservationists, architects, planners, developers, environmentalists, students and scholars come together at PastForward to ask questions, challenge assumptions, debate solutions, and learn new skills and new approaches. Make sure you’re a part of this experience and register today.
Want to save more? Become a Preservation Leadership Forum member during the conference registration process for the most savings. Not only do Forum members receive discounts on PastForward registration, but they receive exclusive member benefits throughout the year. Simply select "Non-Forum Member Becoming a Forum Member" on the registration form.
Field Studies Selling Out
Three of the PastForward Field Studies have already sold out since registration went live last month. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to get up close and personal with preservation in Savannah. Check out the following tours offered on Friday, November 14:
Register for PastForward before Fri., Aug. 15 and SAVE!
PastForward is brought to you by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in collaboration with SCAD: The Savannah College of Art and Design and in partnership with the Historic Savannah Foundation.
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