Bite-Sized Preservation: Reading Buildings 102
We’re bringing you another serving of preservation basics this fall. Join us via Zoom on October for just as much preservation as fits in a lunch hour.
2020 Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why)?
The modern historic preservation movement came of age in the era of redlining, urban renewal, and fierce debate about the future of our cities. This crucible of “progress” resulted in more deeply entrenched racial, economic, and philosophical divides and a preservation practice that protected the interests of the privileged and powerful. Today, we live with…