Networking

  • Preservation Roundtable
    The Preservation Roundtable is an informal gathering of historic preservation professionals and advocates held monthly in Washington, DC. Read more.
     
  • Women In Preservation
    Women in Preservation (WIP) is a formal gathering organized occasionally by an ad hoc group for the sole purpose of hosting a WIP networking event in Washington, DC. Read more.
     
  • The 9th Preservation Policy Forum: Call for Papers—abstracts due by July 15, 2022
    Designed to stimulate discussion and debate among presenters and the audience, "A Critical Examination of New Design in Historic Contexts," is scheduled for March 2023 in Charleston, SC, and sponsored by The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation of Clemson University and College of Charleston, The Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities at College of Charleston, and National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, National Park Service. Abstracts, no longer than 500 words, are due by July 15, 2022, to Amalia Leifeste at aleifes@clemson.edu. Read more.
     
  • Traditional Building Conference
    Programming about traditional building materials and methods on the theme "Methods and Materials" will be hosted during three in-person conferences. Topics include masonry restoration, glazing for energy efficiency and preserving historic character, and adaptive uses for traditional and historic buildings. Alexandria, VA, April 6-7, 2022; Newport, RI, summer 2022; and Palm Beach, FL, winter 2022. Read more.