19th Annual Preservation Conference- Preservation Now-Presentations
PRESERVATION NOW! 19th Annual Preservation Conference March 1-3, 2013
Conference Video–A short video highlighting portions of Fridays Opening Night Reception with keynote speaker Dr. Clement Price, and Saturdays Conference Panels and Preservation Fair.
Dr. Clement Price Key Note Speech:
“Like the American culture it mirrors, the historic preservation movement today is perhaps best defined in terms of its diversity and the attempts of communities around the country to incorporate the best of the past into their downtowns, their neighborhoods, and their overall environment.
As a preservationist immigrant, not a native son, I find fascinating how the constellation of preservationist organizations on the local and national level are creating spaces for renegotiating the future of historical preservation. At the ACPH, and at the National Trust, which I serve as a Trustee, we acknowledge our lack of diversity. And we plan to do something about it, mainly through bringing what we do more in the line with, here we go again, The New American History: …”
To read Dr. Price’s whole speech click here (pdf)
Preservation Campaigns in the Public Sector:
- Jack Goldstein-Creation and success of the Broadway Theater District (Click here to view the powerpoint presentation)
- Andrew Scott Dolkart-History and Evolution of the Garment Center
- Kerri Culhane- Recently proposed East Midtown Rezoning (Click here to view HDC’s research, Click here to view Kerri’s PowerPoint slides )
Preservation Campaigns and Neighborhoods
- Lacey Tauber-2005 Greenpoint and Williamsburg Rezoning initiative
- Donald Brennan-Preservation has made historic neighborhoods in Brooklyn more desirable
- John Reddick-In Context: Harlem’s Past & Future