Living Heritage Symposium September 6-8 at the historic Bexar County Courthouse The San Antonio Living Heritage Symposium is a collaborative
Living Heritage Symposium
September 6-8 at the historic Bexar County Courthouse
The San Antonio Living Heritage Symposium is a collaborative forum bringing international and local heritage professionals, policy-makers, grassroots preservationists and academics together for an exchange of ideas leading to the development of best practices for safeguarding cultural heritage.
Experts will present relevant work and attendees will work together in World Cafe style workshops to draft recommendations that San Antonio and other U.S. cities can utilize.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Historic Preservationists, Heritage Management Professionals, Urban Planners, Architects, Cultural Properties Specialists, Cultural Resources Managers, Tribal Leaders, Grassroots Preservationists, Diversity Officers, Academics working in relevant fields, and municipal employees engaged in economic departments, urban planning, development services and sustainability.
The expectation is participants will bring a level of expertise and experience which will advance heritage tools in policy and regulation in the United States.
A limited number of observer seats will be open for community members.
For more information on the symposium and who should attend, please contact the San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation at (210) 207-0035 or e-mail at OHP@sanantonio.gov.
september 6 (Wednesday) - 8 (Friday)