NCPE members interested in featuring their program brochures can drop-off them off at table as the exhibition hall is set-up; please return by the close of the exhibition hall to retrieve materials. Please look for an email from Rebecca Sheppard with a sign-up form for students to work at the table.
Thursday, November 13, 3:00-4:15pm. Savannah Harbor Conference Center
Recipients of competition (co-sponsored by NCPE and the National Trust for Historic Preservation) will present their papers.
Thursday, November 13, 11:15am-2:45pm. Savannah Technical College
Traditional building artisans are commonly identified with the crafts they practice yet their work is dependent on communication and teamwork with other specialists. Session participants will gain insight into how craftsman interact through a demonstration of stone carving and leaded glass repair entailed in the restoration of a quatrefoil window. Presented by Session Manager: Steven Hartley, Savannah Technical College and Simeon Warren, American College of the Building Arts. Meet at from Lucas Theater; participants will return to the Westin Hotel. This is a free program but registration is required. Please register with Lauren Bricker, firstname.lastname@example.org, (909) 241-3021 or Steven Hartley, email@example.com, (912) 398-0645.
Thursday, November 13, 7:30-9:00pm. Poetter Hall, SCAD, 342 Bull Street.
Congratulate this year’s NCPE/National Trust student speakers and meet other emerging scholars and preservation faculty from NCPE member institutions at the reception. The former armory for Savannah’s Volunteer Guard was designed by Bostonian William Preston and opened in 1892. When the university welcomed its first preservation students in 1979 the armory’s ballroom on the second floor had been reinvented as SCAD’s first library. Today it serves as the May Poetter Gallery and is used for important gatherings. This event is open to faculty and students attending the conference. Please wear your badge or bring your college I.D. and proof of age.
Friday, November 14, 3:30-5:30pm. Savannah Technical College, Learning Enrichment Center, 5717 White Bluff Road.
Meeting will follow conference closing plenary luncheon. Please let Lauren Bricker know if you need a ride to the meeting, (909) 241-3021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Hartley will lead a tour of Savannah Technical College’s preservation facilities between the Annual Meeting and Fitch dinner.
Friday, November 14, beginning at 6:30pm. Savannah Technical College, 5717 White Bluff Road, Savannah, Eckburg Auditorium.
The 2014 James Marston Fitch Award will be presented to Professor John C. Waters, University of Georgia.