TrustLive: Resaving Saved Places
February 5, 2019 Noon ET–1:00 p.m. ET
Note: There has been a slight change in the livestreaming. The event still takes place at noon ET, but it will now be livestreamed from this link.
Click here to livestream.
Held in partnership with Colorado Preservation Inc at their Saving Places Conference
.Join the Discussion Before and After the TrustLive:
You can also join the discussion before and after the event on the Ask Me Anything (Week of Feb 4)-Resaving Saved Places Panelists
thread on Forum Connect. Panelists will be available Monday–Friday to answer your questions. TrustLive: Resaving Saved Places
Is a place ever truly saved? Fifty years after the passage of the National Historic Preservation Act and decades since we secured the future of places like Larimar Square in Colorado and the Ashley River Road near Charleston, we find ourselves revisiting familiar places confronting new threats. Resaving Saved Places will feature a keynote by Danielle Del Sol, the new executive director of the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans. New Orleans, like Larimar Square and the Ashley River Road, exemplify some of our best and most forward-looking techniques for preserving heritage. And yet, each in its own way, now faces threats almost unimaginable to its early champions. Danielle will be joined by Anne Nelson, associate general counsel at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Annie Levinsky, executive director for Historic Denver, for a facilitated conversation moderated by Susan West Montgomery, vice president for Preservation Resources at the National Trust. The panel will discuss present-day threats and potential solutions in a dynamic, live-streamed plenary session.PastForward 2019 • October 10–12 • Denver, Colorado
The TrustLive is a sample of what you can expect at the National Trust's annual conference, PastForward, this fall in Denver. At PastForward 2019 we'll embrace the innovative, inspiring, and dynamic culture of Denver—exploring the role of new design in saving old places, learning to leverage planning and preservation to enhance communities, and discovering how our buildings and neighborhoods impact our health. PastForward 2019 will feature engaging programming, tours of this unique American city, and plenty of fun—learn more at PastForwardConference.org.
Watch 2018 PastForward TrustLives
from last year's PastForward conference, focusing on the following themes: Intangible Heritage, the Culture-Nature Connection, and Resilience.
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