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Colorado Preservation, Inc.’s

Saving Places

2013 Conference February 6-8, 2013

Colorado Convention Center, Downtown Denver

The Language of Preservation:

Building a Relevant Message for the 21st Century

Preservation belongs here!

This project is paid for in part by a State Historical Fund grant from History Colorado.


Saving Places 2013

The theme for the 2013 Saving Places Conference

is “The Language of Preservation: Building a Relevant Message for the 21st Century.” There is a significant body of evidence that suggests that historic preservation spurs downtown revitalization, creates jobs, promotes tourism, increases property values, has a smaller carbon footprint than new construction, connects people with places, strengthens communities and much more. Preservationists have done a fantastic job researching and documenting these benefits, yet historic preservation is often cast in an unfavorable light in the eyes of outsiders; ridiculed as a threat to private property rights, an impediment to progress, and an inefficient strain on resources. The 2013 Saving Places conference will aim to deconstruct the misunderstandings surrounding historic preservation and shape messages that clearly articulate positive benefits of the movement.

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Conference Highlights AIA & APA Credits This conference offers AIA/CES learning units, APA/AICP Certification Maintenance Credits and LEED continuing education credits for participating members

Preservation Marketplace The Saving Places Preservation

Marketplace is the largest exhibit of preservation related products, services, and trades in the Rocky Mountain Region. Exhibitors include commercial, craftsman, non-profit, and government agencies. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with over 1000 preservation professionals.

Rocky Mountain PBS Colorado Experience Film Series Rocky Mountain PBS invites you to a special screening of four episodes of the notyet-released series the Colorado Experience. Come see how PBS tells the story of four of Colorado’s most fascinating places.

Early Bird Registration Early Bird Registration expires January 11, 2013. For quick and easy online registration go to www.coloradopreservation.org

For More Information Contact Nicole Moore at (303) 893-4260 x 230,

nmoore@coloradopreservation.org or visit www.coloradopreservation.org

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Conference Schedule Wednesday

February 6, 2013

Morning Tour and Workshops 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. W1. W2. T1.

Writing and Managing a Successful Grant: The New Application and Grant Management Process Historic Window Restoration Dining in Historic Buildings: How Culinary Tourism and Preservation Support One Another

Afternoon Workshops 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. W3. W4. W5. W6. W7A.

Ski Town Forum The Case for Social Media Masonry Workshop DCI Annual Meeting Historic Log Structures Workshop: Log Repair, Restoration, and Reconstruction

History Colorado presents the Stephen H. Hart Award & Governor’s Award For Historic Preservation 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the History Colorado Center

Thursday

February 7, 2013

Plenary Session Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

Opening remarks by Rebecca Goodwin, President of the Board of Directors for Colorado Preservation; Address by Colorado Preservation’s Executive Director, Jane Daniels; Address by Steve Turner, Vice President of the State Historical Fund and Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer

Track A 9:30 a.m.– 10:45 a.m. A1. A2. A3. A4. W7B.

Many Glacier Hotel: Rehabilitation of a National Landmark Comprehensive Planning and Cultural Resources: Yellowstone National Park Case Study Preservation of the Coca-Cola/Angell’s Delicatessen Ghost Sign: The Innovative Work of Those Who Weren’t Seen More Carrot, Less Stick Historic Log Structures Workshop: Log Repair, Restoration, and Reconstruction Continued

Track B 11:00 a.m.– 12:15 p.m. B1. B2. B3. B4.

The Hanging Flume - Preserving the Places that Matter Saving Main Street: A Four-Point Approach to Preservation Rapid Fire Success Stories: Innovation In Preservation in Seven Minutes or Less HALS –What is it? Why? How? and Five Great Places in Colorado

Endangered Places Luncheon And Key Note Speaker 12:30p.m. – 2:00p.m. Presentation of the 2013 Most Endangered Places List. Keynote address by Terry Richey, Chief Marketing Officer for the National Trust For Historic Preservation

TRACK C 2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. C1. C2. C3. C4.

Significant Finds: Archeological Monitoring Discoveries To Code or not “To Code”: That is the Question! It’s More Than Just a List!: Rethinking Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program Today’s Preservation Non-Profit

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Conference Schedule Thursday

February 7, 2013 continued

Track D 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. D1. D2. D3. D4.

Strengthening Historic Wood Frame Structures: Beefing Up Old Bones Contemporary Infill in Commercial Historic Districts: Lessons Learned Researching and Investigating Historic Burial Sites Preservation and Sustainability: Finding a Seat at the Table

Preservation Marketplace & Reception with Silent Auction 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Enjoy an evening networking with over 1000 preservation professionals and out bid your friends on great aution items!

Friday

February 8, 2013

General Session Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. Networking presentation by former

anchor woman, Molly Hughes.

Track E 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. E1. E2. E3. E4. T2. W8.

Documenting Historic Buildings Using New Technologies Session Presented by Downtown Colorado Inc. Designating Latino Landmarks: The Trujillo Homesteads National Historic Landmark in the San Luis Valley Storytelling as an Advocacy Tool Make Your Preservation Voice Heard! A Morning at the Capitol C.A.M.P. Workshop (All Day)

Track F 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. F1. F2. F3. F4.

Foundation Stabilization from the Ground Up: Permeation Grouting at the Hannah Barker House Preservation and Emergencies: When to Speak Up and Who to Call How to Make the State Plan Work for You Youth Summit

Western Heritage Luncheon 12:30 p.m. - 2:00p.m. Introduction by Ed Nichols, President & CEO of History Colorado and the State Historic Preservation Officer; Keynote address by George Lakoff, Professor of Linguistics, UC Berkley and Political Strategist Track G 2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. G1. G2. G3. G4. W9. W10.

Design Intention: How Understanding Intention Aids in Complying with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards Wood in Historic Structures Preservation Stories Told Daily: Developing an Integrated Communications Strategy for Your Preservation Organization Colorado Chautauqua: 115 Years of History and Still Going Strong Advancing Preservation Trades: Recruiting and Educating a New Generation of Craftsmen Inform & Inspire: Producing Your Preservation Video

Track H 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. H1. H2. H3. H4. H5.

Fort Lyon Adobe Stabilization Follow Up What They Didn’t Tell Us in Tax Credit Workshops, What We Can Discover for Ourselves, & Yes, Non-Profits Can Participate! From Bungalows to Basement Houses: Identifying and Surveying Twentieth Century Housing in Colorado Promoting Preservation on a Budget: Technology Comes Up Big New Directions in Survey 5


A Few of the 2013

Speakers

George Lakoff, Proffessor of Cognitive Sience &Linguistics,

University of California at Berkeley Professor George Lakoff is also one of the world’s best-known cognitive scientists and linguists. He is the Goldman Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Science and Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. Professor Lakoff has advised the Democratic caucuses in the House and Senate, helped Democratic candidates around the country, and worked with hundreds of progressive advocacy groups on issues ranging from the environment and health care to civil liberties and international relations.

Terry Richey, Chief Marketing Officer, National Trust for Historic

Preservation Terry brings both corporate and non-profit marketing experience to his role as leader of the Trust‘s membership, communications and marketing programs. In his business career, he provided marketing strategy to a number of the country’s leading corporations, with a focus on new product development and brand management. His work led to a business book, The Marketer’s Visual Tool Kit, and a seminar series that took him around the world speaking on innovation and strategy. In his non-profit career, he led the marketing and fund-raising efforts of both The Nature Conservancy and Special Olympics before joining the Trust in the fall of 2010. In his free time, Terry is a house restoration addict, having taken on a range of properties from a turn-of-the-century mansion to an adobe ranch house. His current project is restoration of a vintage wooden sailboat. He received a degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Nan Anderson, AIA LEED AP, Anderson Hallas Architects

Nan Anderson, a founding partner of Anderson Hallas Architects, has over 26 years of big picture thinking, programming, preservation and architectural design experience. Her work has taken her across the state to various municipalities and throughout the country working for the National Park Service on many of their high profile preservation projects. She currently sits on the AIA Denver board. Saving Places 2013 coloradopreservation.org

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Nightlife Wednesday Night The Stephen H. Hart Award & Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation,5:30 P.M. History Colorado Center Atrium

History Colorado invites you to attend the The Stephen H. Hart Award & Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation.

Preservation Market Place and Reception with Silent Auction,

Thursday Night

5:00PM to 7:30PM, Colorado Convention Center

Join Colorado Preservation, Inc on Thursday night, February 7th, as we present the Saving Places Preservation Marketplace Reception and Silent Auction benefiting the Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program. Come on - grab a drink, nosh on complimentary hor d’oueverrs, mingle with over 800 preservation professionals, and get involved in a bidding war for a good cause. Auction items include artwork, weekend getaways, wine, books, event tickets, jewelry, services, gift certificates and more.

Dining in Historic Surroundings

Friday Night

Most of Denver’s hottest restaurants are located in historic buildings and the owners of these restaurants often cite the building as a contributing factor in their success. Join us for an evening celebrating our culinary friends who support historic preservation and patronizing their businesses on Friday, February 8, 2013. Participating restaurants are offering a food and drink specials to conference attendees. Watch for more details.

Registration & Hotel Quick and easy registration is available online at www.coloradopreservation.org LEVELS

EARLY BIRD

Basic Registration: Member

REGULAR

$175

$275

Basic Registration: Non-Member

$265

$360

CLGs/Boards/Commissions

$140

$185

Students

$65

$80

One-day ONLY prices are also available. Conference participants may register for optional events such as workshops, tours and luncheons for an additional fee. Please visit the registration website for more details and pricing.

Conference Location & Hotel Information

Saving Places 2013 will be at the Colorado Convention Center located at 700 14th Street, Denver, CO 80205. The Convention Center is located in the heart of Downtown Denver, one of the most walkable and visitor-friendly downtowns in the country, and is within walking distance of 8,400 hotels rooms and hundreds of restaurants.

Colorado Preservation has room blocks at two downtown locations. Marriott City Center Denver 1701 California Street Denver, CO 80202  (877) 303-0104 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed w/ WI-FI - $149 USD/Night

Hilton Garden Inn Denver Downtown 1400 Welton Street Denver, CO 80202 (303) 603-8000 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed - $121 USD/Night

Early Bird Registration Ends January 11, 2013 7


Non-Profit Org. U.S Postage

Colorado Preservation, Inc.

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2100 Downing St., Suite 300, Denver, Colorado 80205 Phone: 303.893.4260; Fax: 303.893.4333 www.coloradopreservation.org

Permit No. 1526 Denver, CO

2013 Sponsors

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Copper Granite Marble Supporter

Robert Musgraves & Joan Prusse

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Ruth & Vernon Taylor

Bureau of Land Management Colorado  Moye-White LP Wattle & Daub Contractors  SWCA Phelps-Tointon, Inc.  Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art  Townscapes LLC Arianthé C. Stettner  Susan Livingston 620 Corp, Inc.

Register online at www.coloradopreservation.org

2013 Saving Places Conference Brochure  

Information and agenda for the 2013 Saving Places Conference, February 6-8, 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center, Downtown Denver

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