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Contributed By: Serena Elliott
Email The Author: snelliot@usc.edu
Website: http://arch.usc.edu

USC 15th Annual Historic Preservation Summer Program

The USC School of Architecture is pleased to announce its 15th annual summer program of short courses devoted to the conservation of our cultural heritage. 

This program offers fifteen days of classes with noted experts from Southern California and the United States.  Taken together the courses act as a general introduction to the field of historic preservation.  In addition to examining the history and philosophy of the preservation movement as it has evolved during the past century, lectures and field trips to historic sites throughout the Los Angeles area will introduce students to a broad range of legal, economic, aesthetic and technical issues associated with the documentation, conservation and interpretation of historic structures, landscapes and communities. Among sites to be visited and studied are the Gamble House, Rancho Los Alamitos, the Broadway Historic District and the Getty Conservation Institute.

This course has been designed for students, design professionals, community leaders, established preservationists, planners and developers seeking to place their practice within a contemporary context.

Classes may be attended individually or in sequence and can be taken for credit towards the USC School of Architecture’s Graduate Programs in Historic Preservation or as AIA Continuing Education units.

For further information, please visit our website at: http://arch.usc.edu/page_2916.jsp


Keywords: USC, Historic Preservation, Summer Program

Posted: June 26, 2007
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