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Colorado Preservation, Inc.’s

Saving Places

2014 Conference

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Creative Solutions

Sustainability

Early Bird Registration Ends January 5th, 2014

Neighborhoods

Heritage Public Space

Outreach Photo courtesy of Denver Public Library Western History Department

17th annual Saving Places Conference

February 5-7, 2014 This project is paid for in part by a State Historical Fund grant from History Colorado


Conference Highlights Saving Places 2014 The theme for the 2014 conference is “Preservation in Plain Sight: Developing a Community Vision.” The National Historic Preservation Act, passed nearly fifty years ago, established the legal basis that historic resources should be preserved as part of our community fabric, enlightening future generations and ensuring the opportunity to appreciate our country’s diverse cultural heritage. Despite decades of success, historic preservation professionals still face many challenges related to stimulating citizen involvement and inspiring the general population to see preservation in their everyday lives. Colliding with 21st century pressure of profitability and efficiency, industry leaders must demonstrate the value of heritage and place, weaving preservation into larger societal discussions. The 2014 conference aims to empower participants to strengthen partnerships within their local communities, expanding positive perceptions of preservation and encouraging discussions centered on common community visions for the future of preservation. The Saving Places Conference provides a venue for expert practitioners, advocates for preservation and allied professionals to present and discuss today’s challenges, collaborative opportunities and options for the future. The conference draws participants from diverse fields including planning, real estate, archaeology, public history, architecture, museums studies, building trades and students in all of these areas. Saving Places encourages participants to develop and strengthen partnerships within and outside of the preservation community through networking and sharing stories of challenges, opportunities, and success.

AIA & APA Credits! Saving Places offers AIA/CES learning units and APA/AICP Certification Maintenance Credits for all participating members.

Early Bird Registration Register before January 5, 2014 and receive

the early bird discount! Quick and easy registration is available online at www. coloradopreservation.org.

For More Information Contact Kelly Merrion at (303) 893-4260 x 230, kmerrion@coloradopreservation.org or visit www.coloradopreservation.org

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Extra-Curricular Activities Wednesday Evening

Stephen H. Hart Award & Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation

History Colorado invites you to attend this annual celebration that recognizes outstanding projects and individual achievements in archaeology and historic preservation throughout Colorado.

Thursday Evening 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 hundreds of preservation professionals.

Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program Silent Auction

Come grab a drink, nosh on hors d’oeuvres, and get involved in a bidding war for a good cause. All proceeds go to Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program, which builds awareness of, and assistance for, historically significant places throughout Colorado that are in danger of being lost.

Young Preservationists Reception NEW THIS YEAR

Connect with students, young professionals and the young-at-heart at this newly-established networking reception. Unwind after a long day of educational sessions and meet other young preservationists from around the country!

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Friday Morning

Make Your Preservation Voice Heard! A Morning at the Capitol

Modeled after other highly successful Capitol Visit Days, the Make Your Preservation Voice Heard Program offers a unique experience that includes intensive training on the legislative process, followed by an opportunity to meet personally with legislators to promote a pro-preservation agenda. Attendees will not only benefit the collective preservation community through their advocacy, but will also gain significant personal benefit and knowledge through the training sessions.

Friday Afternoon

Dining in Historic Buildings: How Culinary Tourism and Preservation Support One Another Back by popular demand! Join this afternoon tour and travel to some of Denver’s hottest restaurants located in historic buildings. Each stop will include treats, refreshments, lively discussions and more. Spots are limited – reserve your place today!

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Conference Schedule *Schedule subject to change

Wednesday

February 5, 2014

Pre-Conference Workshops 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. W1 W2

Writing and Managing a Successful Grant The Art and Science of Photographing Historic Sites

Pre-Conference Workshops 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. W3 W4 W5 T1

Ski-Town Forum Traditional Renders and Plasters: a Full Assessment Downtown Colorado, Inc. Annual Meeting Walking Tour of Denver’s Five Points Neighborhood

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 6, 2014

Plenary Session Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. Block A: 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. A1 A2 A3 A4

Choosing the Proper Replacement Mortar for Your Historic Building The Walls Came Tumbling: Restoration of the Wyoming Frontier Prison Better Blocks Movement and Embedded Historic Districts Connecting People to Place Through Technology

Block B: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

B1 B2 B3 B4

More Than a Can of Paint: A Exploration of Historic Building Coatings Should I Stay or Should I Go?: Homestead Success and Failure in Eastern Colorado More Carrot, Less Stick: A Different Look at Local Financial Incentives Buffalo’s Young Preservationists: Engaging Community

Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Announcement Luncheon 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Block C: 2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. C1 C2 C3 C4 R1

The Preservation and Interpretation of the Reiling Dredge Hutchinson Homestead and Ranch: From Vision to Reality Preservation Commissions: More than the Design Review Mafia The Future of Fundraising Round Table: Strengthening the Preservation Trades

Block D: 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. D1 D2 D3 D4 R2

A Closer Look at our State Capitol Working to Keep the Past Alive: It’s Cemetery Serendipity Four Ways to Strengthen Your Community: a Main Street Approach Through a Filmmaker’s Eye: Utilizing Historic Documents Round Table: Preservation Non-Profit Advocacy Organizations

Preservation Marketplace & Reception with Silent Auction 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Young Preservationists Reception 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 3


Conference Schedule *Schedule subject to change

Friday

February 7, 2014

General Session Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. Block E 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

E1 E2 E3 E4 T2

Reuse and Retrofit: Preservation Green Lab Implementing Preservation Standards at Amache Internment Camp Using Creative Districts to Preserve Heritage A Look Back: Disaster Preparedness and Relief (1 of 2 part series) Make Your Preservation Voice Heard: A Morning at the Capitol

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

Sympathetic Additions to Historic Buildings Barracks to Barns: Heart Mountain’s Cultural Landscape Activating Underutilized Properties A Look Forward: Disaster Preparedness and Relief (2 of 2 part series)

Western Heritage Luncheon 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Block G 2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. G1 G2 G3 G4 T3

Evolution of Barn Framing Systems Mid Century Modern: Engaging Resources, Owners, and the Blogosphere Preserving Historic Mining Structures Greening the Grand Junction Federal Building and US Court House Dining in Historic Buildings: How Culinary Tourism and Preservation Support One Another

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

Beyond Eames + Eichler: Evaluating Everyday Mid Century Architecture From Architecture to Activism: Retaining Neighborhood Identity Visualizing the Bigger Picture: Stop Planning in a Silo! The Next Generation – University of Colorado, Denver Graduate Projectss

Saturday

February 8, 2014

Downtown Denver Walking Tour with Dr. Colorado 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.


A Few of the 2014

Speakers

Jean Carroon, FAIA, LEED(r) AP , Principal, Goody Clancy

Jean Carroon, a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects, is a tireless advocate for stewardship of buildings as the foundation of sustainability, both environmental and social. She is a principal at Goody Clancy, a Boston based architecture, planning and preservation firm, where her transformative designs have redefined the relevance, utility, and flexibility of over a dozen National Historic Landmarks for clients such as the National Park Service, Harvard University and the U.S. General Services Administration. A LEED Accredited Professional since 2002, her portfolio of historic renovations includes projects with LEED Platinum and Gold certifications as well as four National Preservation Honor Awards. Appointed by the Commissioner of the United States Public Building Service, Jean serves as a National Peer Reviewer for Design Excellence in Architecture and was the 2012 Chair of the AIA Historic Resources Committee.

John Fielder

John Fielder has worked tirelessly to promote the protection of Colorado’s ranches, open space, and wildlands during his 33-year career as a nature photographer and publisher. His photography has influenced people and legislation, earning him recognition including the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award in 1993 and, in 2011, the Aldo Leopold Foundation’s first Achievement Award given to an individual. Over 40 books have been published depicting his Colorado photography. He lives in Summit County, Colorado, and operates a fine art gallery, John Fielder’s Colorado, in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe. He teaches photography workshops to adults and children. His latest book is Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream (2013). Information about John and his work can be found at johnfielder.com.

Tripp Muldrow, AICP, Principal,

Arnett Muldrow & Associates

Tripp Muldrow is a principal in the firm Arnett Muldrow & Associates in Greenville, South Carolina. A native of Greenville, Tripp is a graduate of Clemson University with a Masters degree in City and Regional Planning. Over the course of his career, Tripp has worked on downtown revitalization, branding, and tourism development projects across the country. In May of 2002, Tripp and his business partners Aaron Arnett and Ben Muldrow started their own firm concentrating on Downtown Planning, Community Image Building, and Economic Development for small and medium sized communities. Arnett Muldrow & Associates, Ltd has evolved a specialty niche in developing community branding and has completed branding projects in over 300 communities in 30 states. Saving Places 2014 coloradopreservation.org

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Registration and Hotel CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION Quick and easy registration is available online at www.coloradopreservation.org LEVELS

EARLY BIRD

Basic Registration: Member Basic Registration: Non-Member CLGs/Boards/Commissions Students

$175 $265 $140 $65

REGULAR $275 $360 $185 $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 2014 will be held 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. Colorado Preservation, Inc. has room blocks at two downtown locations. Hilton Garden Inn Denver Downtown 1400 Welton Street Denver, CO 80202 (303) 603-8000 Guest Rate: $124.00 per night, single or double occupancy Rates are subject to all applicable taxes, currently 14.75% Embassy Suites Denver – Downtown Convention Center 1420 Stout Street Denver, CO 80202 (303) 592-1000 Guest Rate: $139.00 per night, single or double occupancy Rates are subject to all applicable taxes, currently 14.75%

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Colorado Preservation, Inc.

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2014 Saving Places Conference Registration Guide  

Schedule at a glance and keynote speaker descriptions for the 2014 Saving Places Conference. The theme for the 2014 conference is “Preserv...

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