Tennessee Preservation Trust

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2017 Conference Details

September 20-22
Downtown Franklin, TN

The 2017 Tennessee Historic Preservation Conference promises to be an exciting and informative event that builds upon this year’s theme – Preservation and Placemaking Possibilities – that exist across Tennessee.

Designed for leaders and practitioners from the historic preservation, community revitalization, government, design, development, land conservation, and non-profit communities across Tennessee, this year’s conference will be fast-paced, experiential, and informative with great networking opportunities throughout the event. This year’s agenda is designed to cover a wide-range of topics including Tennessee’s history, preservation, revitalization and adaptive reuse, battlefield and historic landscape conservation – all integrated and illustrated in Franklin’s successful placemaking and preservation efforts.

AIA Continuing Education Credits

These credits are available to Architects through your conference registration and attendance. The sessions that you will need to attend will be held on Thursday September 21st. You may register for a one or two days on the registration page of the TPT website through Friday September 15th or better, you fan register and pay at The Franklin Theatre at 8:30 am on site. Below is the course information and hours credited.

1. Title: Tennessee and National Historic Preservation Tax Incentives and Policies
Credit: 1.5 LU | HSW
(This covers the opening session from 9:30 am – 11:00 am)

2. Title: Living and Lodging in Historic Districts
Credit: 1.25 LU | HSW
(1:00 pm – 2:15 pm)

3. Title: Easements for Historic Preservation
Credit: 1.25 LU | HSW
(2:45 pm – 4:00 pm)

Register

Attendees can select from the following registration options:

Full Conference – $150
Includes access to all three days of conference activities.*

  • Conference Sessions and Speakers
  • Field Tours and Learning Labs
  • Opening Reception
  • Conference Reception and Silent Auction

Single-Day (Thursday or Friday) – $100
Includes access to all conference activities on given day.*

Thursday:

  • Conference Sessions and Speakers
  • Conference Reception and Silent Auction

Friday:

  • Conference Sessions and Speakers
  • Field Tours and Learning Labs

Student Full Conference – $50
Includes access to all three days of conference activities.*

  • Conference Sessions and Speakers
  • Field Tours and Learning Labs
  • Opening Reception
  • Conference Reception and Silent Auction

*Thursday’s special lunch sessions are $35 and available by reservation only. Reservations should be made at time of registration.

Register for the 2017 conference

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About

Since 2000, the Tennessee Preservation Trust’s Statewide Preservation Conference has brought together heritage supporters from across the state for educational sessions, tours, and networking opportunities. The annual conference travels around the state and showcases the historic character of a different community each year.

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