Please note: This is a draft agenda, dated March 5, 2014, and is subject to change. Click the "Sessions" tab for detailed session descriptions.

Advocates Opening Reception - June 4, 2014

  • Time
  • Activity
  • Audience
5:30 – 7:30 pm

Reception & Program

ALL

Conference Agenda June 5, 2014

Audience

  • NP
  • AIA
  • AICP
  • ASLA
  • AR
  • M/C
  • HPC
  • H
  • Non-Profit Managers and Trustees
  • Architects
  • Planners
  • Landscape Architects
  • Archaeologists
  • Municipal/County Officials
  • Historic Preservation Commission Members
  • Historians

AIA, AICP and ASLA Credits TBD.

  • Time
  • Activity
  • Audience
8:00 to 9:00 am

Conference Registration Breakfast
Marketplace Exhibits Open

ALL
9:00 to 10:15 am

Welcome and Opening Plenary

Speaker: Ned Kaufman
ALL, AIA, AICP
10:45 am to Noon

Choice of
Educational Sessions:

(S-1) Preserving Historic Integrity in a Post-Sandy World

(S-2) Economic Impact of Heritage Tourism in New Jersey

(S-3) A Legislative Legacy to Commemorate New Jersey's 350th Anniversary

(S-4) Preservation through Noncontiguous Cluster Zoning: A New and Improved Tool for the Kit

(S-5) Working Title: Historic Monmouth County

(S-6) All Roads Lead to New Jersey: Teaching U.S. History through the Garden State

(S-7) Regarding Modern New Jersey: A Selection of Docomomo Presentations

AIA, AICP, HPC, Disaster Recovery Track
NP, M/C, HPC, Heritage Tourism Track
ALL
AICP, HPC, LA, M/C
H, NP, HPC

H, NP, Museum
H, NP, HPC
Noon to 1:30 pm

Lunch
Marketplace Exhibits Open Bookstore and Book Signing by Ned Kaufman


ALL




1:00 to 4:15 pm



1:00 to 4:15 pm




1:00 to 4:15 pm



1:30 to 4:15 pm


1:15 to 4:15 pm

Choice of Afternoon Field Workshops:

(W-1) Post-Sandy Tour of Monmouth County Shore Towns (bus/walking tour)

(W-2) Camp Evans: Revealing the History and Preservation of a Military Resarch Site (bus/walking tour)

(W-3) Bell Laboratories: A Rare Walk Into Its Past and Glimpse Into Its Future (bus/walking tour)

(W-4) Tales of Sandy Recovery: Archaeology on the Land and in the Water (classroom)

(W-5) Preserving Historic Buildings through Recording: Hands-on Workshop (classroom/some walking)

NP



AICP, AIA, M/C




AICP, AIA, M/C



AR, NP, Disaster Recovery Track



NP, HPC, H


1:30 to 2:45 pm

Choice of
Educational Sessons:

(S-8) What Does It Mean to be "Visitor Ready"?: Advice for Volunteer-Based Organizations

(S-9) Best Practices for Historic Preservation Commissions

(S-10) Climate Change and Disaster Planning: Impact on Cultural Landscapes

(S-11) CAPES at 25: The Intersection of Archival and Historic Preservation
NP, Heritage Tourism Track
NP, Heritage Tourism Track
APA, HPC, LA, Disaster Recovery Track
NP, H, HPC , Museum
3:00 to 4:15 pm

Choice of
Educational Sessons:

(S-12) Making the Connections in Heritage Tourism

(S-13) Working Title: Bridgeton's Historic District: A New Frontier

(S-14) Lighting for Historic Buildings: Design and Technology

(S-15) Is Collecting a Thing of the Past?

NP, M/C, Heritage Tourism Track
AICP, HPC
AIA, HPC, Museum
NP
4:30 to 5:15 pm

Closing Plenary

Speaker: John Durel
ALL
5:15 to 7:00 pm

Reception

ALL
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