January Programming from our Community Partners

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It’s the start of a new year of programming! We invite you to participate in these diverse offerings from our regional partners.

Tuesday, January 12 at 5:30 pm:

Bricks and Water: Frenemies Forever

Hosted by KITE Architects, a PPS Partner in Preservation

Christine West, AIA, Principal of KITE Architects will give an overview of brick construction’s upkeep! She will host a zoom webinar and discussion entitled “Brick and Water: Frenemies Forever” so that property owners and other interested people can learn about making sure our historic brick structures keep us safe and dry for years to come.

Christine has been practicing architecture for over 25 years and is a co-owner of KITE Architects. Their work includes consulting on historic structures in Providence and beyond, as well as new construction for a variety of clients including universities, developers, and non-profit organizations.

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Meeting ID: 842 8375 1629

Passcode: 302306


Thursday, January 14 at 5 pm:

How the Future of Historic Preservation will Change as a Result of COVID-19

Hosted by The Association for Preservation Technology – Northeast Chapter

Please join APTNE for this special event as we reflect on 2020 and look to the future. Several national and regional leaders in the field of historic preservation will answer the question “How will the Future of Historic Preservation change as a result of COVID-19?” This will be followed by a lively, interactive discussion with the speakers and participants.

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Thursday, January 21 at 5 pm:

Triple Decker: A New England Love Story

Hosted by Historic New England

Triple Decker: A New England Love Story is an in-progress documentary film about the New England-based form of affordable, working class, often immigrant-settled housing units, known as “three deckers” or “triple deckers.”

In this virtual talk, Marc Levitt, the film’s director, discusses these structures’ history, architecture, construction, owners, tenants, and neighbors and explores the role they played in New England history.

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