NCPE will be holding multiple events at the PastForward 2015 Conference in Washington, DC November 3-6
For more details on the conference, please go to the PastForward homepage. NCPE-specific events will be added here as they are announced.
See you in DC!
November 5, 2015 (Thursday)
Learning Lab: New Thinking, New Perspectives in Historic Preservation
Time: 09:45am – 11:00am
Location: Hampton Room, Omni Shoreham Hotel
Future preservation practitioners, selected competitively from today’s graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in the nation’s 59 academic historic preservation programs, share their visions on key issues facing the preservation movement. This session is the culmination of the NCPE student paper competition coordinated by Lauren Bricker.
Gothic Past Gothic Future: Educating Students to Design and Build a Medieval Window for the 21st Century
Time: 01:00pm – 04:00pm
Location: Washington National Cathedral
Over the last three years NCPE and its affiliated trade-based college programs have carried out a collaborative craft-based workshop at the National Trust Conference. This year the workshop will showcase an ongoing design build student project that uses the Bishops Eye Window of Lincoln Cathedral as its inspiration. Attendees will experience century-old building arts which are as relevant today as yesteryear. If you are interested in learning more about building trades or trades education this session is a must. Note: sessions will take place at the National Cathedral and require a 30-minute walk. All attendees will meet at the conference hotel before the session. This workshop is being coordinated by Simeon Warren of the American College of the Building Arts, a NCPE member program in Charleston, SC. To register and receive details contact Paul Hardin Kapp – email@example.com.
November 6, 2015 (Friday)
NCPE Executive Committee Meeting, 9AM-Noon, Director’s Room, Omni Shoreham Hotel (see attached agenda for details)
NCPE Annual Meeting, 2:30-4:30 PM, Congressional Room, Omni Shoreham Hotel (MEETING AGENDA)
NCPE Reception, 5:30-7:00 PM, Lebanese Taverna, 7141 Arlington Road, Bethesda, MD
7:00-9:00 – Fitch Dinner
NCPE James Marston Fitch Dinner honoring Dr. David Ames of the University of Delaware, 7:00-9PM, Lebanese Taverna, 7141 Arlington Road, Bethesda MD
Tickets for the banquet may be purchased HERE or by bringing a check ($71/person) to the banquet. The James Marston Fitch Award recognizes distinguished lifetime achievement by a noted educator in historic preservation. This is our opportunity to honor Dr. David Ames and the body of work that he has accomplished during his tenure at the University of Delaware. The reception is located a quick 20 minute Metro ride to Bethesda MD with trains leaving every 6 minutes or sooner from the Woodley Park-Zoo Metro station. Please consider attending. DIRECTIONS