Our 2020 Pennsylvania Statewide Conference on Heritage will take place in Easton, Pennsylvania, from June 24-26, 2020, providing attendees with the opportunity to explore all of downtown's challenges and charms, including a recent against-all-odds adaptive reuse project, a stellar Main Street program, a debate about historic districts, and new community-driven exhibits at the history museum.
The conference goal is to provide Pennsylvania's preservationists with both inspiration and useful information. We are seeking proposals for insightful and educational conference sessions, of interest to an audience composed of professionals and volunteers in the fields of historic preservation, architecture, cultural resource management, planning, real estate development, government, nonprofit and for-profit communities.
Your session proposal should describe clear educational takeaways. Topics may address any of the many aspects that fall under historic preservation, including place-making, cultural resource management, public history, archaeology, transportation, economic revitalization, managing development, or other related areas of interest.
The conference seeks to advance the practice of preservation in Pennsylvania and beyond. We encourage proposals that will spark debate and conversation on current or emerging issues in historic preservation.
Learn more about previous conferences and session examples by visiting http://paheritageconference.org/
Proposals will be submitted through our new interface. Create an account in order to save your draft and return later to complete and submit. All submissions are due by January 17, 2020.
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