The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Georgia Historic Preservation Division (HPD) and the Georgia Alliance of Preservation Commissions invite you to the Statewide Historic Preservation Conference, September 12-14, 2018.
The statewide preservation conference brings together preservationists, preservation professionals, preservation non-profit members, board members, planners, architects, architectural historians, archaeologists, city and county administrators, city and county council members, city and county attorneys, landscape architects, historic preservation commission members, genealogists, historians, and planning and preservation students from across Georgia.
Call for Session Proposals
We’re currently accepting proposals for speaker sessions and speaker nominations for the 2018 Statewide Historic Preservation Conference.
Sessions should highlight current Georgia preservation, history, architectural history, archaeology, cultural landscapes, middle Georgia regional history, landscape architecture, preservation law, and other closely related topics.
The conference session committee desires sessions that will be interactive, engage the audience, present fresh approaches, and be easily applicable to a variety of participants from all over Georgia.
Deadline for submissions is Monday, July 16.
The conference will offer three simultaneous tracks with topics ranging from general preservation, archaeology, economic development, and tools for historic preservation communities, and it will include both educational and field sessions.
All sessions will be open to all attendees. Field sessions and workshops will take place Wednesday, September 12; paper sessions will take place Thursday and Friday, September 13-14.