1. This Old Pavilion- Historical Preservation at U.Va.


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    Explore the process of renovating Pavilion II and meet the talented craftspeople who are doing it. http://uvamagazine.org/features/article/this_old_academical_village/

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    • Something about Hathorn


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      Philip Isaacson '47, architecture critic and author, stops by Hathorn Hall, Bates' first building, during a Reunion 2011 walking tour of campus architecture.

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      • BSA Lecture series: Matthew Bronski on Design and construction durability


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        2009 National Endowment for the Arts Rome Prize in Historic Preservation and Conservation winner, Matthew Bronski, followed the footsteps of Roman architect/engineer/planner/master builder Marcus Vitruvius Pollio. He directly observed more than two dozen buildings in Italy, deriving lessons on long term durability and preservation.

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        • 2011 Arkansas's Most Endangered Places Announcement


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          Little Rock, Arkansas, May 18, 2011-- on the porch of the historic Curran Hall Visitors Center, Rex Nelson announced the annual list of seven endangered properties worthy of being rehabilitated on behalf of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.

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          • PennDesign graduation - Master of Historic Preservation


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            Dr. Randall F. Mason presents the Historic Preservation diplomas as part of the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design graduation ceremony May 16, 2011.

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            • This is Preservation...


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              Compilation of videos produced by students from the Historic Preservation Department at Columbia University (GSAPP) for the annual end of the year show. This is Preservation!

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              • Architectural Issues - Visual Impact Panel


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                Review and Compliance Cultural Resource Management Seminar - The panel discusses techniques to assess and avoid visual disturbances from modern amenities including mobile cell antennas and towers. The design process for the replacement of the historic Lyndale Avenue Bridge over Minnehaha Creek in Minneapolis is also presented. * Mary Ann Heidemann, Facilitator and Compliance Unit Manager * Matt Bartus, Pinnacle Engineering * Garneth Peterson, Mn/DOT Cultural Resource Unit

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                • Historic Preservation Today


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                  Join the KAA U Speakers Series, as noted Architectual Historian, Ken Breisch, Ph.D., discusses the state of historic preservation today, sorts out the differences between preservation, restoration, and reutilization.

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                  • UK/CoD Lecture - Roberta Brandes Gratz


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                    University of Kentucky College of Design Historic Preservation Symposium 2011 Adaptive Reuse: Preservation Through Innovation Roberta Brandes Gratz Journalist and urban critic, lecturer and author of ‘The Living City’ and ‘Cities Back From the Edge’

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                    • UK/CoD Lecture - Matthew Kiefer


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                      University of Kentucky College of Design Historic Preservation Symposium 2011 Adaptive Reuse: Preservation Through Innovation Matthew Kiefer Attorney, Harvard University Loeb Fellow, and Board President of Historic Boston, Inc.

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