Creative Placemaking: Arts + Artists as Accidental Preservationists

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On October 17th 2014, Hunter College in NYC will host a day long multi-disciplinary symposium exploring the influence of non-traditional practitioners of historic preservation on architectural revitalization throughout the United States. Titled The Accidental Preservationist: Artists, Artisans, Outliers & the Future of Historic Preservation, the symposium will include individuals from across the United States who don’t necessarily call themselves preservationists but whose work and passions link them to old architecture and cityscapes: artists and entrepreneurs who are inspired by buildings and places; directors of arts organizations, housing activists, and urban health advocates who are closely connected to the historic buildings and neighborhoods they interact with; artisans and makers whose craft is tied to the places where they work.

Should be fun — tickets cost $25-50…

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