The Next Generation of Preservation: A Call to Action
Monday – Thursday, February 4-7, 2019
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
OUR CONFERENCE STARTS ON MONDAY THIS YEAR, SO BE SURE TO MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Request for Session Proposals Now Open!
Every generation chooses what they save. How do individual communities deal with common issues? Priorities for the next generation of preservation will include:
- Re-winning past battles
- Addressing new pressures and constant development
- Fighting again for the historic districts of the 1970s and beyond
- Reconnecting with our public audience
- Reestablishing existing and making new connections with organizations and people
- Recommitting to the cause.
A CALL TO ACTION IS WHATEVER THE PRESERVATION NEEDS ARE FOR EACH COMMUNITY.
Do you have an idea for a session, tour or workshop that would better equip our attendees to build a future with historic places? We want to hear from YOU! Click here to learn more about the session proposal process and to submit your idea. Sessions should inspire, energize, and provide attendees with information to bring back to their communities. Incorporate this year’s conference theme into the session/workshop title and description.
SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL BY 5 PM, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24.
For 21 years, CPI has provided essential training and networking opportunities to individuals who are working to protect our state’s heritage. Each year, the conference brings over 150 speakers and includes over 85 workshops, tours, and sessions which cover a variety of topics.CPI’s Saving Places® Conference is a dynamic four-day event featuring high-quality educational content and networking opportunities for individuals interested in historic preservation. The event is designed to provide engaging, varied content that will equip attendees with the knowledge and tools they can integrate into their work and communities.
The Saving Places Conference is funded in part by a History Colorado State Historical Fund grant.
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