Conference Sessions, from presenters across the US, will cover topics such as:
Efforts to document the cultural significance of buildings, sites, landscapes, cemeteries, bridges, and art in historic landmark nomination forms.
Efforts to educate Landmarks Preservation Commissions and Boards on the importance of valuing the cultural significance in their evaluation of landmark nomination forms.
Case studies in successful culturally significant landmark nominations and designations at the local level or for the National Register of Historic Places.
Other topics that fit within the goal of equity in the eligibility and landmark designation process at a local and national level.
Introducing Airmeet for an Interactive Conference Experience
When you register, you will receive access to our conference platform in Airmeet. New to Airmeet? We were, too, and are excited about its capabilities to facilitate cross-pollination virtually. Prior to the conference, registered participants will have the opportunity to explore Airmeet in "Airmeet Office Hours" hosted by Taelore Rhoden of Historic Seattle, the Conference Tech Lead. Airmeet is best experienced from your desktop computer and on Chrome browser (recommended). Preview Airmeet here. For the link to the Airmeet Practice Office Hours and more, click here.
Closed captioning will be available.
Session recordings will be available for registered attendees for one week. They will be available as early as the week of Aug 30, 2021.
Refunds available 7 days before the start of the conference on Tues., Aug. 10, 2021.