National Preservation Conference 2013 | Indianapolis IN
Thank you for attending the 2013 National Preservation Conference. We hope you enjoyed the various conference sessions and activities, and gained new knowledge or skills you may apply to your preservation work. Fill out a survey for a session you attended, submit your CEU forms, and stay connected with us using our various social media channels — including Twitter and the Preservation Leadership Forum blog. We look forward to seeing you at the 2014 National Preservation Conference in Savannah, GA.
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Keynote Speeches from the National Preservation Conference
During the National Preservation Conference opening plenary, National Trust President Stephanie Meeks delivered her keynote address entitled “House Museums: A 20th Century Paradigm.” She looked at current models for protecting house musems and encouraged preservationists to consider alternate paths to the preservation and reuse of these sites. Watch the full opening plenary, including the talk given by Henry Glassie on UStream.
Richard Moe, the former president of the National Trust and the 2013 recipient of the Louise du Pont Crowninshield award, reflected on the four “Rs” of preservation from his time in the trenches: restoration, revitalization, relevance, and risk.
Questions? Please contact the National Preservation Conference at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-588-6100.