Fall Historic Preservation classes at Drew University
Contributed By: Patricia Laprey, Director of Continuing Education and Special Programs, Drew University
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Don't miss out on taking one (or more) of the five great historic preservation courses this fall at Drew University!
Classes are held on Drew University's campus in Madison, New Jersey (exceptwhere noted) between the weeks of September 10 and November 16, 2007.
To register or learn more about our classes and program, visit our HistoricPreservation website: http://www.drew.edu/cue.aspx?id=14201 or contact The Office of Continuing Education at 973/408-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multi-session courses this fall:
- Introduction to the History of American Interiors: 1830 - 1950 looks at thedomestic environment in America with an emphasis on the interiors in NewJersey. (Monday evenings 7 - 9 p.m.)
- Introduction to Historic Preservation provides a foundation forunderstanding preservation issues, terminology, and public policy. (Tuesdayevenings 7 - 9 p.m.)
- Grant Writing for Historic Preservation is a new class that will identifyimportant sources of historic preservation funding from both public andprivate funders and review grant application criteria. (Six Thursdayevening meetings, 7 - 9 p.m.)
One day workshops:
- Newark: How Preservation Fares in New Jersey's Largest City looks at therole historic preservation has played in the revitalization of this city.Join a team of experts in historic preservation, architecture and urbanplanning for a walk through historic downtown Newark and the Ironboundsection. (Saturday, September 29)
- Preserving the Recent Past: An Overview covers the evolution of modernarchitecture, focusing on 20th century design and use of modern materials. (Saturday, November 10)
Keywords: Drew University, historic preservation education, continuing education
Posted: August 18, 2007
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